Tue, Jul 6, 6:30-8:30pm; FREE.
Irving K. Barber Learning Centre, UBC
In this engaging and interactive panel discussion, join UBC researchers investigating the science behind happiness and what it means to live an abundant life. Find out how positive human emotions can translate into a more fulfilling life. Reception is at 6:30pm. Panel discussion begins at 7pm.
ELIZABETH W. DUNN, PhD, is an assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of British Columbia. Dr. Dunn’s research interests are happiness, self-knowledge, affective forecasting and implicit social cognititon.
LARA AKNIN, PhD Canadidate, graduated from the University of British Columbia with an Honours degree in Psychology in 2005. After taking a year off, she came back for more and started her Master’s degree in 2006. Lara received her MA in 2008 and is now working towards her Ph.D in Social Psychology. Lara is primarily interested in happiness and well-being, with her most recent work examining the relationship between wealth and well-being.