The Personality Laboratory at the University of New Hampshire

The Personality Laboratory at the University of New Hampshire is supervised by Professor John D. Mayer and is part of the Social-Personality Program of the Department of Psychology. The work of the laboratory focuses on research in personality. Some research is theoretical in nature and other research is empirical. The lab's contemporary view of personality is guided by "The Personality Systems Framework for Personality"; the laboratory's empirical research focus is on emotional and personal intelligences. 

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The Original Personality Lab Website

Link to the Original UNH Personality Lab Website. You have reached the new UNH Personality Laboratory website. This site is being developed now and is not yet completed. If you are interested in seeing more on the Personality Systems Framework, or downloading any of our open-source measures of mood, you may also want to try our legacy UNH Personality Lab website by clicking on the heading or here