Congrats to Minji Cho and Lillian Fu for being awarded Academic Year Undergraduate Research Grants from Northwestern’s Office of Undergraduate Research!
Congrats, Felix, Lillian, Malena, and Tabea for having their posters accepted for presentation at the Society for Affective Science conference! See you in Long Beach!
Congrats to LDL alumna Deborah Wu who will be joining Stonehill College as an assistant professor of psychology!
Congrats to LDL alumna Sophie Rodosky and co-authors for getting our paper “Facial Expressions in Adolescent-Parent Interactions and Mental Health: A Proof-of-Concept Study” accepted for publication in Emotion!
Congratulations to LDL collaborator Dr. Joe Mikels for being awarded a grant from the Russell and Josephine Kott Memorial Charitable Trust to create the Chicago Consortium on Healthy Aging (CCHA) with Joe and Claudia as the founding co-directors!
Congrats to Chen-Wei “Felix” Yu on his publication “From Emotion Beliefs to Regulatory Behavior: Gratitude Journaling Initiation and Outcomes” in the Journal of Happiness Studies! You can read it here!
Congrats, Tabea Meier & Jacquelyn Stephens, on their chapter on “Emotion Regulation in Romantic Relationships,” which will be published in the Handbook of Emotion Regulation! Preprint available here.
Congratulations to Matías Martínez for receiving a 2022-2023 DevSci Fellowship award!
Congratulations to Jacquelyn Stephens for successfully defending her dissertation: “All Mixed Up: Correlates of Emotional Complexity Across the Lifespan” (Chair: Claudia Haase; Committee Members: Emma Adam & Yang Qu) and starting a postdoctoral research fellowship in the Medical Social Sciences Department at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine!
Congratulations to Fletcher Prize for Rising Undergraduate Research Star winner Lillian Fu and Fletcher Prize for Excellence in Research Mentorship winner Claudia Haase!
Check out the new video for our Emotion Regulation in Late Life Marriages (ELM) study here.
New paper on “Positivity resonance in long-term married couples: Multimodal characteristics and consequences for health and longevity” (Wells, Haase, Rothwell, Naugle, Otero, Brown, Lai, Chen, Connelly, Grimm, Levenson, & Fredrickson) now in press at Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.