Welcome to the Health and Relationship Processes (HARP) Lab!

Our research falls within the domain of social psychology and investigates how close relationship dynamics are linked to psychological and physical health and well-being

The HARP Lab is led by Dr Sarah Stanton at the University of Edinburgh

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Recent Lab News

 

October 18, 2019

The HARP Lab’s ESRC-funded couples study, Diverse Romantic Relationships and Well-Being I, has been approved and will be ready to launch the first week of November 2019! For more information and to get in touch about taking part in the study, please visit the PARTICIPATE tab.

October 8, 2019

Welcome to Alvin Chan, Xinrong Choo, Hsuan-Yu Chung, and Taranah Gazder, the HARP Lab’s MSc dissertation students for 2019/20!

September 24, 2019

Welcome to Thomas Baruzzi, Ian Hajnosz, Eleanor Holman, Zofia Pastuszka, Paulina Podskubova, Kerianne Stephan, and Aishwarya Veeravalli, who have joined the team of research assistants helping out with the HARP Lab’s ESRC-funded couples study, Diverse Romantic Relationships and Well-Being I!

September 16, 2019

Welcome to Becca Atkin, Laura Hindley, Victoria Perez Bejarano, Jimena Rascon Azanedo, Emma Scott, and Eve Stanley, the HARP Lab’s undergraduate honours dissertation students for 2019/20!

September 9, 2019

Dr Sarah Stanton will accept PhD student applications (for study commencing September 2020). If you are a passionate and conscientious student interested in understanding romantic relationships and well-being from a social psychological perspective, please feel free to get in touch. To be considered for PhD funding at the University of Edinburgh, apply by November 21, 2019.