The Graduate Student Journal of Psychology (GSJP) is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal devoted to clinical and counseling psychological research and practice. Articles are written and reviewed by graduate psychology students from around the world.
Director: Christine Cha, Ph.D. In this lab, we address practical questions about suicide and self-injury by applying methods from psychological science.
Director: George Bonanno, Ph.D. In this lab, we specialize in the study of how humans cope with extreme adversity.
Director: Barry Farber, Ph.D. In multiple sections of this lab, we are primarily engaged in studying disclosure and lying in therapy (in therapists and patients, especially those with eating disorders), and the nature and consequences of the therapist’s provision of Positive Regard.
Director: Douglas Mennin, Ph.D. In this lab, we aim to delineate the multi-componential (subjective, physiological, expressive) processes that contribute to emotion reactivity and dysregulation in in chronic anxiety and co-occurring depression.
Director: Lisa Miller, Ph.D. In this lab, we are devoted to exploring the intersection of spirituality, positive psychology, mental health, and flourishing.