SHARPP Lab 2019-2020
Nil Reliqui Facio: No Stone Left Unturned
The Social and Health Psychology Applied Behavioral Research for Prevention and Promotion (SHARPP) Lab conducts world-leading research on the psychological correlates and determinants of health behavior, and develops theory- and evidence-based interventions to promote health behavior change and adaptive outcomes. The lab is also concerned with the development of theory in social and health psychology, and synthesizing research evidence across studies to inform interventions and practice.
Congratulations to Kate Bryan (pictured below, top) a 4th year UG student majoring in Cognitive Science and Psychology who was awarded the 2020 Outstanding Undergratuate Student Award for Psychology by the Department of Psychological Sciences. Kate is currently working as a Research Assistant in the SHARPP Lab. Congratulations also to incoming grad student Danielle Simpson (pictured below, bottom) who received the 2019-2020 Outstanding Student Achiever for the Psychology BA at Calfornia State University, Stanislaus. Danielle will be starting her studies for her PhD in the SHARPP Lab at UC Merced in the fall. Well done Kate and Danielle!