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Wendy Lau
Wendy Lau
Research Associate, Center for Healthy Minds

Wendy is working on the BeWell study under close supervision of Dr. Simon Goldberg. Her research interests lie within fields of well-being, youth development, language development, and mentoring. She seeks to better understand how to facilitate development and well-being through promoting the protective factors and alleviating the risk factors in our ecological systems. Outside of work, Wendy enjoys practicing yoga, travelling, and spending quality time with her dog.


Ph.D., Education, The University of Hong Kong

M.Sc., Cognitive Psychology/Neuropsychology, The University of Kent

B.Soc.Sc., Psychology, The University of Hong Kong

What does well-being mean to me?

"To live in the moment."

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