About the Lab

How do people’s experiences in different areas of their lives and the goals they pursue affect their health and well-being? What are the mechanisms that underlie greater success in certain goals, and how can people improve their goal pursuit to accrue the psychological and physical benefits of attaining their goals? The research in our lab addresses these questions, examining the role of contextual and personality influences on the setting, pursuit, and accomplishment of personally important short and long-term goals, as well as the ramifications of goal pursuit on health and psychological well-being.

**Please note that the lab will accept honours student(s) for 2021-2022, to be primarily supervised by Dr. Gail McMillan (postdoctoral fellow) and co-supervised by Dr. Milyavskaya. Interested honours students should contact Gail at gail.mcmillan@carleton.ca**

Fall 2020 lab Zoom meeting – order of appearance (left to right, top to down): Marta Kolbuszewska, Marina Milyavskaya, Alicia Vos, Isabelle Leduc-Cummings, Gail McMillan, Aidan Smyth, Jessica Cohen, Iuliia Gmiro, and Mehak Abdul Aziz