New Paper: Documenting the Spread of Affective Language
Jan. 10, 2023

A new study published in Emotion by Professor Nook and colleagues at Yale University shows that affective language "spreads" between children and their parents. Children with anxiety disorders and their parents tried to solve challenging puzzles…

Lab Social Hour: Pumpkin Carving
Oct. 29, 2022

LEmo Lab members spent a lovely afternoon carving some pumpkins. Claire Whiting even carved the LEmo logo! 

New Paper: CBT, Narcissism, and Self-Esteem Dysregulation
Oct. 26, 2022

In this new paper, Erik Nook, Adam Jaroszewski, Ellen Finch, and Lois Choi-Kain argue that narcissism can be (i) understood as dysregulations in a natural self-esteem system, (ii) described using cognitive-behavioral concepts, and (iii) treated using CBT skills…

First LEmo Lab Lunch
Aug. 31, 2022

Inaugural members of the LEmo Lab celebrate the start of the new semester! 

Erik Nook Receives 1st Runner Up Dissertation Award from ISRE
July 20, 2022

Professor Nook has received the 1st Runner-Up Dissertation Award from the International Society for Research on Emotion (ISRE). Congratulations, Erik!

Lab Website and Twitter Launched!
July 15, 2022

The Logic of Emotion Lab (LEmo Lab) website and Twitter are now live! Stay tuned for more news to come.