The Personality and Emotion Laboratory is directed by Tim Trull, a member of the Clinical Psychology program at MU. The laboratory includes interviewing rooms, a room for study participants to complete self-report questionnaires or computer-administered interviews, and a project office. A separate suite of rooms contains the psychophysiology lab where we currently assess the cardiac and electrodermal activity of participants.

We also use a wide range of equipment and devices to gather ambulatory assessment data:  Equivital Sensor Electronics Modules (SEMs) for heart monitoring; Hexoskin shirts for collecting cardiac and respiratory data; smart watches for measuring skin conductance; and Android smartphones for completing ecological momentary assessment (EMA) surveys.