Healthy Aging Research Group
Name of Research Group Director: Eric S. Cerino, PhD (He/Him)
The Healthy Aging Lab applies a lifespan developmental approach to identify ways to maximize health and well-being for all individuals across the adult lifespan. We leverage microlongitudinal and measurement-burst methodologies using daily diary and ecological momentary assessments (EMA) to study cognitive and emotional functioning in everyday life. We aim to identify the psychosocial determinants (e.g., daily stress and affect, personality processes, control beliefs) of normative and pathological cognitive aging (e.g., Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias) using performance-based and self-reported markers of cognitive health. Students and faculty in the Healthy Aging Lab share a passion and commitment for advancing age-inclusivity in our communities through research activity and advocacy efforts.
Dr. Cerino will be accepting a graduate student for the incoming academic year (2022-2023).
Healthy Aging Lab Members (2021-2022)
Research Group Director:
Eric S. Cerino, PhD (He/Him)