The Emotion Regulation and Temperament Lab is an active training environment for undergraduate and graduate students. As such, students in the lab learn substantive information about emotion regulation and temperament and regularly participate in all activities supporting ongoing projects. Graduate students actively pursue publications in peer-reviewed journals and presentations at nationally and internationally recognized conferences, and assist in the development of new research objectives. Likewise, to provide solid preparation for future graduate studies, in addition to participating in the daily research activities in the lab, undergraduate students are encouraged to participate in conference presentations. In sum, the Emotion Regulation and Temperament Lab is a distinctly collaborative training atmosphere that recognizes the contributions made by all of its members.