Existential and Self Processes Lab

The Existential and Self Processes Lab at Montana State University conducts research on a variety of topics relevant to the self and the psychological processes associated with people's efforts to deal with existential issues.


MSU undergraduates interested in joining the lab can apply here.


 LAB NEWS!

  • 2/23/14 - Matt will give a talk on construal level and self-esteem reactivity at the Association for Psychological Science conference in San Franciso, CA [Friday (5/23) @ 4 PM]
  • 4/14/14 - We will be welcoming two graduate students to the lab beginning in the Fall.  Congrats to Stephanie Leal and Russell Hoeldtke. We're very excited to have you on board. 
  • 4/11/14 - Matt gave a talk on the link between mortality concerns and meaning at Texas A&M University.
  • 3/28/14 - Billy Davis' paper on authenticity and self-esteem (Matt is a co-author) was accepted for publication at The Journal of Positive Psychology.
  • 2/14/14 - Matt gave a talk on the true self and self-concept clarity at the SPSP Conference in Austin, Texas.
  • 2/14/14 - Former lab member, Ross Rogers, presented a poster on construal level and moral judgments at SPSP in Austin, Texas.
  • 5/31/13 - Our article on the affective consequences of true self-conceptions was accepted for publication at the Journal of Personality.



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