About the lab

Our research group, led by Robert Levenson, Ph.D, seeks to understand the nature of human emotion in terms of its physiological manifestations, variations associated with age, gender, culture and clinical pathology, and the role emotion plays in interpersonal interactions. The laboratory also trains undergraduates and graduates in: techniques of psychophysiological measurement, the use of computers to process and analyze physiological data, and the coding and analysis of behavior and facial muscle movements.

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Recent Posts

May 25th, 2014
Professor Robert Levenson receives APS William James Fellow Award
November 10th, 2012
Decision Making and Emotion Regulation in Life-Span Transitions
May 26th, 2013
Professor Robert Levenson receives APS Mentor Award
May 21st, 2009
IPSR/NIA Workshop on Aging