About the Lab
Our research focuses on biobehavioral processes related to psychological adjustment and coping in the context of chronic disease and health-related adversity. We seek to understand the common pathways (e.g., psychological, behavioral, and psychobiological) related to the onset and recovery from physical illnesses. For a more detailed list of research projects in the lab, take a look at our current projects page.
About the Research Team
The Hoyt Stress & Coping Laboratory includes post-doctoral fellows, graduate students, study coordinators, undergraduate research assistants, and volunteers. A list of the current members of our research team can be found here. If you are a student interested in becoming a member of the lab, you will find additional information about joining the lab on our training page.
Participate in a Research Study
If you are interested in participating in one of our ongoing research projects, you can find out more about participation here. Check back often, as this page will be updated regularly to reflect only current projects offering the opportunity for participation.
Current Lab Activities, Presentations, and Awards
Find out about our most recent and upcoming activities when you read through our announcements page.