Dr. Van Cappellen talks about her latest research findings. Her research was completed in the PEP Lab and Dr. Van Cappellen has recently accepted a position at Duke University, as the Associate Director of Interdisciplinary and Behavioral Research Center.
Listen to Dr. Fredrickson's interview from the Global Compassion Day summit during the Summer of Peace 2015, simply by clicking on the logo to the left.
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Dr. Fredrickson discusses love, compassion, and ethics with His Holiness the Dalai Lama at the Happiness & Its Causes meeting in Sydney, Australia.
In addition to the Positive Emotions and Psychophysiology laboratory located in Davie Hall, the Lab has now expanded to new research space located in Franklin Square. This new space has three fully functional psychophysiology research rooms, a wetlab for processing biological samples, a training room, conference room, research offices, reception area, and more. Located at 1829 East Franklin Street, Building 600, in Chapel Hill.