In response to recent tragedies, Center Founder Richard Davidson talks about how we can take action by training our brains to cultivate kindness and acceptance – leading to a more compassionate society for all
Richard Davidson discusses the promising results and new questions raised by a University of Oxford study on mindfulness-based cognitive therapy and the risk of relapse for individuals living with depression
National Geographic explores the growing body of scientific research on the "gray area" between life and death, including Center Founder Richard Davidson's research on the Buddhist post-death phenomenon of thukdam
In a conversation with Daniel Goleman, Richard Davidson discusses innovative practices in cognitive control for children, including ways to help them quickly recover from upsets and return to the task is at hand
Center for Healthy Minds researchers lead the neuroscience portion of MIDUS, a national longitudinal study on aging explicitly focused on midlife, including transitions from young adulthood to midlife, and from midlife into old age.