Mechanisms of Antagonism Laboratory

Supervising Faculty: Dr. Colin Vize
Contact: Morgan Bryson, Lab Manager,

Area of Research: Clinical/Methodology Psychology

Description of Research: Our lab focuses on a wide range of clinical and methodological topics with an emphasis on personality psychology. Dr. Vize’s research is currently focused on mechanisms of aggression and antagonism in everyday life along with machine-learning techniques in psychology research.

Duties of Students: Participant recruitment and management, Advertising, Literature reviews, Collecting data


  • Overall GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • 12 credits of Psychology (including current term)
  • STAT 0200/1000/1100 Statistics
  • PSY 0036 Research Methods Lecture
  • PSY 0037 Research Methods Lab

Additional Requirements: Interested students must be able to commit to at least 10 hours a week for 2 semesters (not including summers)

Terms offered: Fall, Spring, Summer

Number of Students: 7