Photo by TheArches, via Flickr. Earlier in the year I wrote a story for the News@Northeastern about psychology professor Derek Isaacowitz, who is using eye tracking to explore the fact that people older than 60 tend to report more happiness than young adults aged18 to 23. While…
Northeastern’s Affective Science Institute hosted a panel discussion among leading “happiness scientists” in conjunction with the Museum of Science and WBUR’s Here & Now.
While on co-op with the World Health Organization in Switzerland, student collects data on the links between good health and happiness.