Welcome to the Gillath Lab website

Welcome to our lab page! Please use the links above to find out more about us and what we do, and feel free to contact us any time. If you are interested in working in the lab please email Emma Murrugarra (emmamurrugarra@ku.edu) or see the Opportunities page!

 

 

 

Recent News

Congratulations to our recent graduates! Many of our lab members are going on to continue their research in the work force and graduate school all over the country and all over the world. We had lab members obtain graduate school positions for different masters and PhD programs. Next year, Adrian will be attending the social psychology prep program at the University of Amherst in Massachusetts, Austen will be staying at KU and beginning work on his PhD in the clinical child program, Kortney will be attending the Oklahoma State University to pursue a PhD in school psychology, Caroline will be moving a state over to attend the University of Denver’s masters counseling program, Rebecca will be beginning her work on a clinical psychology masters at Washburn University in Topeka, and Kristin will be staying at KU as well to pursue an education specialist degree in the school psychology program. Emma Rodgers recently accepted a research assistant position at Children's Mercy ADHD Specialty Clinic. Last but not least, Juwon will be packing her bags and heading to the land down under (Australia) where she will be doing a post-doc with Prof Gery Karantzas at Deakin University.

    

 

New Book from Dr. Gillath and colleagues!
 
Gillath, O., Karantzas, G., & Fraley, R. C. (2016). Adult Attachment: A Concise Guide to Theory and Research. New York: Academic Press. (Link)

 

Preview some of our research below!

 


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