Emotions and Aging Lab members enjoyed a delicious ice cream cake today to celebrate everyone’s hard work this summer in the lab! Thanks to all our research assistants and best of luck to those of you who are moving on! It’s been a pleasure working with all of you.
We are currently accepting applications for undergraduate research assistants for Fall 2014. Apply by Aug. 15, 2014. Research assistants can gain research experience in the lab and earn Independent Reading and Research credits (or volunteer). Minimum weekly time requirement is 4 hours. To apply, send your resume to
Questions? Email Dr. Stanley at firstname.lastname@example.org
Katie Harrington was named as a recipient of the Harold E. and Ann T. Nixon Scholarship to support her pursuit of a career working with older adults. Congratulations, Katie!
Read Dr. Stanley’s article, Encouraging student behaviors that promote learning featured in the July 2014 issue of the APA Division 20 Adult Development & Aging Newsletter.
The Emotions and Aging Lab now has a MangoldVision eye tracker! This technology will allow us to better understand age-related differences in attention to emotional stimuli.