Research Labs

Adolescent Transitions Lab
Room B01, G07, G08 MVR Hall
Jane Mendle, Associate Professor

Adult Attachment Lab
Cindy Hazan, Associate Professor

Affect and Cognition Laboratory
Room 163 Human Ecology Building
(607) 255-7172
Eve De Rosa, Associate Professor
Adam Anderson, Associate Professor

Children's Witness and Cognition Lab
Room G84 MVR Hall
(607) 254-1506
Stephen J. Ceci, Professor

Cornell Infant Studies Laboratory, (CISL)
Room B53 MVR Hall
(607) 254-1388; (607) 227-7653
Infants: 6-24 months
Marianella Casasola, Associate Professor

Culture & Social Cognition Lab
Rooms 201, 206, 207 MVR Hall
Qi Wang, Professor

Development of Social Cognition Lab
Uris Hall Room G78
(607) 255-5695
Katherine Kinzler, Associate Professor, PSYCH

Early Childhood Cognition Laboratory
Rooms B54, B40, B41 MVR Hall
(607) 254-6457
Tamar Kushnir, Associate Professor

Experience and Cognition Lab
Rooms G342, G342A, G342B, G335, B04, B05, B01 MVR
(607) 255-0826 
Daniel Casasanto, Associate Professor 

Healthy Aging Laboratory
Room G59 & G60A MVR Hall
(607) 255-2457
Corinna Loeckenhoff, Associate Professor

Human Health Labs
Anthony Ong, Professor

Laboratory of Brain and Cognition
Room T320 MVR Hall
(607) 255-2449
Nathan Spreng, Assistant Professor

Laboratory for Rational Decision Making 
Room G331 & G341 MVR Hall
(607) 254-1504
Valerie Reyna, Professor

Memory and Neuroscience Lab
Room G331 & G341 MVR Hall
(607) 254-1172
Charles J. Brainerd, Professor

Purpose and Identity Processes Laboratory
Room G06 & G60E
Anthony Burrow, Assistant Professor

Quantitative Methods Lab
Room G52
(607) 255-7112
Felix Thoemmes, Associate Professor

Robertson Infant Lab
Room G82 MVR Hall
(607) 255-9076
Infants: 1-3 months
Steven Robertson, Professor

Sternberg Lab
Room B44 MVR
(607) 255-1452
Robert J. Sternberg, Professor

Undergraduate Research Opportunities

Undergraduate students may become involved in research with the guidance of a faculty member by applying to join a lab. Via enrollment in HD4010, Empirical Research, (an undergraduate special studies course) with a chosen faculty member, students can earn credit while working on a faculty research project.