RIGHT Track Project at UNC-Greensboro
The RIGHT (Research Investigating Growth and Health Trajectories) Track research project, a longitudinal study funded by the National Institutes of Mental Health, looks at emotion regulation and development over time. As a collaborative effort of the Human Development and Family Studies department and the Psychology Department at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, the RIGHT Track project's principal investigators are Dr. Susan Calkins, Dr. Susan Keane, Dr. Lilly Shanahan and Dr. Marion O’Brien. There are 450 families that have participated in the project. The participants became involved with the project at age two and now range from thirteen to seventeen. Their development is evaluated in the home and school context, giving the study a well rounded picture of their overall emotional functioning. Please feel free to contact a Faculty, Staff or Student of the lab with any questions you may have about our project! Contact information is located on the "People" & "Contact" page.