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The Interpersonal Relationships & Developmental Psychopathology Lab at Kent State University studies the role of interpersonal relationships in the development of competence and psychopathology during adolescence and young adulthood.

For the past few years, we have particularly focused on the role adolescent and young adult sexual/romantic relationships and experiences. In addition to research on interpersonal relationships, we are also interested in advancing best practices for methodology and measurement in psychological science.

For Prospective Graduate Students

Dr. van Dulmen is not accepting graduate students for Fall 2019 and is not currently looking for undergraduate students.

For Undergraduate Students

We are currently looking for new undergraduate research assistants to join us for the Fall 2018 semester. Undergraduate research assistants can get course credit or volunteer for the lab. If you have any questions about joining the van Dulmen Lab you may email the Lab Coordinator, Danielle Chuites at Former students from our lab have gone on to graduate school at places like Arizona State University, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, University of Akron, University of Denver, University of Toledo, and Virginia Tech University.