Clinical Psychophysiology Lab


The MSU Clinical Psychophysiology Lab aims to better understand emotion, cognition, anxiety and mood. To do this, we utilize a wide variety of experimental designs involving self-report questionnaires, behavioral tasks, and use of physiological measures, including electroencephalogram (EEG) and heart rate. Our research falls into three categories: Anxiety and Cognitive Control/Error-Monitoring, Emotion Regulation, and Other Research Interests: Attention, Mindfulness, and Mindsets.