The overarching theme of research conducted in the co-laboratory is to apply contemporary theorizing from multiple domains of psychology for the purpose of better understanding, predicting, and enhancing behavior and well-being in achievement (training, school) and work settings.
The PARK lab has existed for over 20 years. The co-laboratory serves as a center for graduate
training and integrative research that spans cognitive, aging, personality, social,
and applied psychology domains.
What we do
- Conduct laboratory, survey, archival, and field research.
- Provide research/professional training for undergraduates, graduates, and post-doctoral students in psychology and related fields.
- Publish and present research findings.
- Host conferences, visiting faculty, and students.
Volunteer as a Research Assistant
You can get involved with Kanfer-Ackerman lab by helping us with research. We accept applications for undergraduate volunteers. If you are interested, please read our volunteer information page, and then submit our volunteer form. We will review your application and get in touch with you shortly.
Prospective Graduate Students
If you are interested in applying to the Kanfer-Ackerman lab for graduate school, please read our Frequently Asked Questions.