People

Lab Director and Principal Investigator

Cindy Bergeman

Cindy S. Bergeman, Ph.D. is a lifespan developmental psychologist with research interests in resiliency and aging, behavioral genetics, and the theory-method interface. Her research focuses on investigating patterns of variability and change in physical and psychological health across the lifespan and identifying the genetic and environmental factors that may importantly influence that process. Her current research project uses multiple lenses (yearly questionnaires, in-depth interviews and daily assessments) to identify and describe the various pathways through which converging behavioral, psychological, environmental, and social processes contribute to resilience and optimal functioning in later life. Unique to her perspective is the innovation in data assessment and analysis that facilitate more comprehensive understanding of the multidimensional and multilevel pathways that underlie the relations among stress and uplifts (e.g., in areas of work, family, friends, health, finances), resilience mechanisms (e.g., hardiness, control, social support) and health and well-being outcomes.

Cindy Bergeman
Professor, Department of Psychology
University of Notre Dame

Ph.D., The Pennsylvania State University


Co-Investigators

Scott Maxwell Scott Maxwell

Nathan RoseNathan Rose

Joshua KoenJoshua Koen

Jessica Payne Jessica Payne

Lis Nielsen Lis Nielsen

George Bonanno George Bonanno

 Teresa Seeman Teresa Seeman

Peggy WangLijuan (Peggy) Wang


 

Steve Boker Steve Boker

 

 

 


Graduate Students

Niccole NelsonNiccole Nelson

Raquael JoinerRaquael Joiner

Martinez Brandy Brandy Martinez


Professional Staff

April NeukamApril Neukam

Denise Rose Denise Rose 

Vivian Cao Vivian Cao

Mechelle CelieMechelle Celie

Astrid GormanAstrid Gorman

Cindy NagyCindy Nagy

 

 

 

 

 


Research Associates

Pascal Deboek Pascal Deboek

Mignon MontpetitMignon Montpetit

Alissa RussellAlissa Russell

Stacey Scott Stacey Scott

Brenda WhiteheadBrenda Whitehead