The Health Psychology Lab currently consists of six graduate students,
five undergraduate research assistants, and Dr. Jordan.
Our program of research is guided by the interpersonal theory of clinical, social, and personality psychology. We use this theory as a conceptual framework from which to pose research questions and study variables of interest. Specifically, we are interested in the interpersonal features of various individual difference variables (e.g., religion, spirituality, self-regulation, resilience) and how they are correlated with exposure to stress and cardiovascular reactivity.
Welcome to our lab's webpage! We're a fun group who likes to work hard and
play hard. Take a look at our lab information, pictures, and publications.
Feel free to contact me with any questions you might have.