ADAPT lab focuses on understanding and promoting healthy development in early, middle, and late adulthood. Specific emphasis is given to cognitive, emotional, and social factors of adult development and aging.
The BRAiN Laboratory studies the mechanisms of decline, maintenance, and plasticity of the adult and aging brain. The lab is interested in how brain health translates to cognitive performance in aging.
HEART examines how individuals develop the abilities to regulate emotional experiences and cope with daily stressors and how these skills can be harnessed to promote healthy and successful aging.
The Healthy Cognitive Aging Lab identifies and evaluates factors that promote healthy age-related cognitive changes, serve as early indicators of cognitive decline, and reduce the risk of developing dementia.
We support individuals as they experience aging-related family issues through the development and testing of new interventions and support mechanisms designed for family caregivers and care recipients and for grand-families.