The following studies are no longer recruiting.

Mood Over Time:

This is a two session study evaluating how psychological symptoms change over time and evaluating what predicts this change over time.


MyMood is a study that is attempting to build personalized models of risk for clinical symtpoms. This study involves answering brief surveys multiple times a day for a period of time. Data will be compiled into a individualized model describing risk and protective factors for changes in mood and emotional experience over time.

Happiness Study:

This on-going project began in the Spring of 2012. This project concerns the relationship between various mood states over time. We are interested in how the induction of certain mood states (e.g., negative affect) may impact the activation of other subsequently inducted mood states (e.g., positive affect). We will explore whether social anxiety and paranoia levels influence these relationships.

Personality and Behavior over Time:

We are collecting data examining personality and behavior over time. As an adjunct to this study some participants may be invited to carry an Android telephone device that can assess daily personality and behavior.

Additional current projects include several collaborations with researchers in the School of Medicine and two projects concerning the dot probe task as a possible treatment tool.