Welcome to SEAHLab Rowan
Social, Emotional, and Affective Health Lab at Rowan University
SEAHL is a psychology research lab affiliated with Rowan University (Glassboro, New Jersey). Our team seeks to collaborate with the autism community to help improve emotional health in neurodivergent populations.
Dr. Katherine Gotham may be interviewing doctoral applicants for Fall 2023 admission, though that decision in not yet finalized. Please see info about the Rowan clinical program and application process here.
Learn more about our lab
Click below to learn more about
what we study and who we are.
This link will take you to a brief overview of active projects.
Participate in Research
Research participants might fill out surveys, answer interview questions, and/or look at pictures on a computer screen to help us conduct our research. For more information on participating in our ongoing studies,
Work in SEAHL
Undergraduate research assistants commit to working with our team for at least two semesters. As a research assistant, you'll work with the rest of the team to analyze data, create poster presentations, and learn to read scientific articles.