Emily Butler is an associate professor in Family Studies and Human Development at the University of Arizona. She completed her Ph.D. at Stanford University in Psychology with an emphasis on interpersonal emotion regulation and statistics. Her research focuses on health, emotion, and relationships.
Ashley Randall is a post-doctoral researcher in Family Studies and Human Development. She received her Master's in Clinical Psychology from North Dakota State University and her B.S. in Psychology from Indiana University. During her Fulbright Fellowship (2007-2008), she spent time examining the role that stress plays on dyadic coping and its effects on romantic relationships. Her primary interests are in (1) romantic couples' coregulation as a function of attachment security, (2) the impact of dyadic coping on coregulation, and (3) the effects of dyadic coping and coregulation on health behaviors.
Jesi Post is a doctoral student in Family Studies and Human Develpment who received her B.S. in Science Education from North Carolina State University. She is interested in relationship maintenance and factors within interpersonal systems that promote individual happiness and health.
Rebecca Reed is a doctoral student in Family Studies and Human Development, minoring in quantitative methods. She received her M.S. in Family Studies and Human Development and B.S. in Physiology from the University of Arizona. Her research is broadly focused on emotion regulation and physical health over the adult life course, in the context of close relationships. Specifically, she focuses on the influence of intra- and inter-personal emotion regulatory processes on partners’ autonomic and immune functioning.