We study emotional, motivational, and cognitive processes involved in self-regulation. We use diverse methods including behavioral experiments, self-reports, and electroencephalography (EEG/ERPs).
Current projects explore the relationship between working memory capacity and emotion regulation, the aftereffects of self-control exertion on attention and performance, and the influence of motivation on subjective experiences of mental effort and fatigue.
Dr. Garrison will be reviewing graduate applications for Fall 2023!
Office: 407 Gordon Palmer Hall