Research in the Marsee Aggression & Delinquency Lab is generally focused on risk factors for antisocial behavior in children and adolescents. Topics include: forms and functions of aggression, bullying and victimization, Dark Triad and callous-unemotional traits, emotional dysregulation, and social-cognitive risk factors. Research is also focused on improving measurement of these constructs. All research is grounded in a developmental psychopathology perspective, which allows for the study of the development of behavioral problems within the context of what is known about normal development.
We are located in the lower floor of the Science Hall II Building, in room 054.