Interpersonal Interaction Lab


The Interpersonal Interaction Lab focuses on communication in a number of close relationship types, such as in romantic relationships, friendships, and family relationships. Studies conducted in the lab cover a range of topics, such as conflict communication, communication after sexual activity, physiological stress responses to couples’ conversations, and reciprocity of affect and disclosure. The lab also has a “wet lab” area where physiological samples can be collected through saliva or blood collection.


Shardé Davis, Assistant Professor
Amanda Denes, Associate Professor
C. Arthur VanLear, Associate Professor

Katrina Webber, Ph.D. student
Kara Winkler, Ph.D. student
Ambyre Ponivas, Ph.D. student