Kateri Noble is the lab manager of the Life-span Development Lab at Stanford University, where she oversees the day-to-day functioning of an NIA-funded research lab that investigates socioemotional aging, age-related shifts in motivation, and well-being across the life span. Her research interests involve the practical applications of these age-related shifts in motivation and decision-making (e.g., How can this knowledge inform workplace structure and thus increase productivity? How can we best leverage this knowledge to design and advertise products and activities that can promote well-being?). Prior to joining the Life-span Development Lab, Kateri was a research assistant in the Cognitive Aging Lab at The Catholic University of America, where she conducted research on age differences in implicit learning and decision-making, and in the Washington DC VA Medical Center, where she helped coordinate a mental health integration program for veterans seen in primary care settings. She received a BA (summa cum laude) in Psychology from The Catholic University of America.