Welcome to the Stress, Interpersonal Relationships and Health Laboratory (SIRH Lab)!

Our research program investigates the impact of chronic stress on health and well-being. 

The goals of our research program are to delineate the bio-psycho-social pathways linking chronic stress to poor heath and to develop novel interventions aimed at fostering better psychological and physiological adjustment to stress among vulnerable individuals.

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What we do!

We investigate the impact of chronic stress

Our research links neurophysiology with psychosocial functioning

We provide therapy

We develop novel interventions

Participate in our studies!

Dyadic Lifestyle Change Study

The goal of this work is to study a couples-based therapy and nutrition intervention among older adults aiming to achieve healthy lifestyle changes.

Apnea study

The goal of this work is to study cognitive-behavioral therapy and exercise training intervention among insomnia patients with comorbid sleep apnea syndrome.

Announcements

Graduate students

Dr. Gouin has taken on three new graduate students in clinical psychology for the fall 2020 session. 

Read more here.

Undergraduate students

We are currently recruiting volunteers for the 2018-2019 academic year to assist with our ongoing research projects.

Read more here.