|Welcome to the Champaign Social Interaction Laboratory at the Psychology Department of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. In the CSI lab we study the emotional dynamics of social interactions. Our research combines cutting-edge psychophysiological methods with controlled laboratory experiments and ethological observations. For more information, take a look at the interests of the people in our lab and our recent published papers. We are also looking for new researchers (both at the undergraduate and graduate levels) to join us in the study of social interactions. The CSI lab is under the direction of Dr. Michael W. Kraus, Assistant Professor of Psychology.|
The CSI lab currently engages in the broad study of cognition and emotion during social interactions. Within this broad area of interest is a commitment to a number of specific research projects that are supervised by Michael and the rest of the CSI research team. Click HERE to learn more!
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