Please email me if you’re interested in volunteering as a Research Assistant. We’ll get in touch with you if positions become available in our lab.

New research from our lab shows that individuals who move frequently tend to see their romantic partners as more central to their lives. Read about it on the British Psychological Society’s Research Digest.

In new research published in Social Psychological and Personality Science, we show that perceiving one’s partner as inconsistently responsive predicts greater attachment anxiety, whereas perceiving them as consistently unresponsive predicts greater attachment avoidance.

Our recent work focuses on how greeting, thanking, and expressing good wishes to strangers contributes to happiness. Read about it on SPSP’s Blog, Character & Context.