About the Lab:
The QAN lab has an array of research projects that explore elements of Emotion, Morality, Cognition, and Memory employing behavioral and neurophysiological methods.
We examine the adaptive and maladpative ways in which emotions prioritize perception, cognition, and memory in achieving goal-driven behaviors.
We examine the interconnections of emotion and morality in moral decision-making.
We examine the emotional and cognitive consequences of emotion regulation within dyadic pairs.
We examine how the autoimmune disease negatively impacts emotional and spatial cognition.
We examine emotion dysregulation as a mediator of stress and trauma and pathology.
We examine psychophysiological markers that can mediate the effectiveness of emotion regulation strategies.
Current and prospective students interested in working in the lab please see Contact Us
QAN lab welcomes two new undergrad RAs - Renuka, Cheyenne, Caitlin, & Sara!
Huge congrats to lab senior Radiyyah for winning the Thomas E. Frumkes award in Psychology this year!
Congrats to Radiyyah, Ran, & Kaitlyn for successfully presenting research at their first conference (EPA)!
Current (Radiyyah Hussein) and former (Samantha Chu) students are presenting their research in Portland at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology - 2019!
Undergraduates Radiyyah Hussein and Ran Zhou have been accepted to present their research at the 2019 Eastern Psychological Association!
Congrats to high school rising senior Jasleen Dhillon for successfully completing the College Now Science Internship Program in the QAN Lab!
Lab Alum Aulona Thacin has accepted an offer to work full-time as a coordinator at Memorial Sloan Kettering
Lab Alum Samantha Chiu has accepted an offer to work full-time as a Research Assistant in Dr. McMurray’s lab at the University of Iowa