Ted is on the core team of an NIH-funded study investigating the impact of well-being practices on the brain and body. He is primarily responsible for day-to-day team management and works to implement and streamline data collection and processing procedures. In addition to his current coordination and data processing work, Ted assists with collection of MRI, physiological, behavioral, and self-report measures.
Broadly, Ted is interested in the influence of internal dialogue and social contexts on the neuroscience and psychophysiology of emotion. Prior to the Center for Healthy Minds, he worked in social psychology research and healthcare software development.
What does well-being mean to me?