The Emotion Research and Psychophysiology Laboratory uses psychophysiological tools to examine abnormalities in cognitive processes associated with emotional disorders. In particular, the lab uses event-related potentials (ERPs) to elucidate how anxiety and depression impact cognitive control, attention, and working memory. The goal of this research is to advance theories and treatment of anxiety and mood disorders.
Get your research experience with the ERP lab!
- Dr. Judah will be accepting applications for Fall 2018 to the PhD programs in Applied Psychological Science (APS) and Clinical Psychology (Virginia Consortium Program in Clinical Psychology).
- The ERP lab is seeking undergraduate research assistants for Summer and Fall of 2018. If you are interested, please fill out this form and submit it to the main office of the Psychology Department, 250 MGB.