Half of the babies born in the 2000s will live until they are 100 years old. How can we live happy and healthy lives as we get older? Funded by the Retirement Research Foundation, we are studying links between emotion regulation and cognitive functioning in late life. This laboratory-based study uses a multi-method (i.e., assessing emotional experience and autonomic physiology) and multi-strategy (i.e., assessing detachment, reappraisal, acceptance) approach to understand emotion regulation. The study is approximately 3 hours and will involve watching emotion-inducing film clips, playing different mental games, and filling out various questionnaires.