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Steelman Library, 1000 Longfellow Blvd. Lakeland, Florida 33801 · 863.667.5089
Southeastern University Spirituality and Personality Research Lab
Southeastern University's Spirituality and Personality Research Lab (SPRL) is a team comprised of SEU graduate and undergraduate students dedicated to understanding the intersection of personality and spirituality.
SPRL researchers routinely:
- Conduct research studies
- Analyze results with an eye towards publication and presentations
- Work as a collective group to write protocols and generate future projects
Current SPRL research includes researching:
- the spirituality repertory assessment
- the asymmetry of cognitive evaluations
- Measurement Theory
- the role of personality's influence on spiritual meaning-making
- Literacy's impact on spiritual practices
Students should come to lab meetings prepared to discuss relevant research topics, findings, and progress.
Students wishing to participate in SPRL should:
- have a genuine interest in research.
- be prepared to conduct studies with participants during designated time periods throughout the week.
- consistently attend lab meetings
The SPRL meets on Tuesday, beginning promptly at 4:15 pm, in Buena Vida East (room 228 ).