Ph.D., Cognition and Development (Psychology), Emory University
In collaboration with Healthy Minds Innovations, this project strives to learn how to teach and measure well-being to scale
Center researchers and collaborators are building new approaches to understand the links between traditional contemplative perspectives and scientific theory to better study the scientific effects of meditation training on the brain, body, mind and behavior.
Center researchers are developing a program to teach scientifically-informed practices and principles that facilitate well-being.
What drives moral behavior and greater well-being?
Following up with past research participants about the pandemic's impact on their lives and their current psychological outlook.
Center for Healthy Minds researchers, along with partners at Pennsylvania State University and the University of Virginia, are creating and studying the impact of a well-being curriculum for college freshman.