The lab’s recent NIA funding was featured in Wash U’s The Record (3/31/22). Read more here.
How do others help us regulate emotions? A paper on interpersonal emotion regulation by Daphne Liu, Mike Strube, and Renee Thompson was featured by Washington University’s newsroom, The Source, on 12/7/2021. Read here.
Social media use during COVID-19. A paper on social media use during the pandemic and its associations with social and emotional wellbeing by Alison Tuck and Renee Thompson was featured by Washington University’s newsroom, The Source, on 11/22/2021. Read here.
How to cope with “happiness guilt.” A paper on meta-emotions by Tasha Bailen, Haijing Wu, and Renee Thompson was highlighted in a Refinery29 article on 12/30/20. Read here.
The emotional experiences of adolescents. A review on adolescents’ emotional experiences by Tasha Bailen, Lauren Green, and Renee Thompson was highlighted by The Science Times on October 9, 2020. Read here
It’s OK to feel OK right now. A paper on meta-emotions by Tasha Bailen, Haijing Wu, and Renee Thompson was highlighted in a New York Times story on August 17, 2020. Read the article, which explores feeling bad about feeling good during COVID-19, here.
How does being sexually objectified affect young women? A paper headed by Dr. Pete Koval in collaboration with several others including senior author, Dr. Nick Haslam, and was featured here in TheConversation in July 2019.
How are mood changes associated with depression in older adults? A paper headed by Dr. Lameese Eldesouky, a Wash U alumni, based on research with Drs. Tom Oltmanns and Tammy English (also of Wash U!) was featured on Science Trends in February, 2019. Read the featured article here.
Understanding the emotions you have about your emotions! The work from the Emotion and Mental Health Lab was recently highlighted in an article in November, 2018 by the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley. The article features our graduate students Natasha Bailen and Haijing Wu. Read the featured articlehere.
Is being clear about your emotions good for your relationships?! Research from the Emotion and Mental Health Lab was described in an article in April, 2018 by the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley. The article features our former honors student Nate Eckland. Read the featured article here.