Child Study Center News
Dr. Christina Cipriano, Assistant Professor at the YCSC and Director of Research at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, has been awarded a $25,000 Public Goods Award from Education First to support the development and creation of public goods that educate and support equitable SEL assessment practices.
- January 31, 2023Source: YaleNews
The American Association for the Advancement of Science has elected seven Yale faculty members as part of its latest class of fellows.
- January 31, 2023
After 18 years at Yale, YCSC Senior Administrative Assistant Rosemary Serra is entering retirement and will be dearly missed at the center.
- January 29, 2023Source: romper
It’s not a topic you can ignore; books are here to help. YCSC faculty member Amanda Lowell comments.
- January 26, 2023Source: On Point - WBUR
Dr. Marc Brackett joins fellow guest, Dr. Tracy Dennis-Tiwary, and On Point's Kimberly Atkins Stohr to discuss how we can use healthy emotion regulation strategies to channel emotions, like anxiety, to meet our goals.
- January 25, 2023
Eunice Yuen, MD, PhD, assistant professor of psychiatry and in the Child Study Center, is the principal investigator on a $24,922 grant awarded to Yale University for a new online intervention program titled, “Acting Together: Culturally-informed clinical education for Asian American Pacific Islander professional trainees.”
- January 24, 2023
A new Yale learning initiative, Clinical Learning Environment Optimizing Uptake Training (CLOUT), is one of the six recipients of the Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation Catalyst Awards for Transformation in Graduate Medical Education (GME).
- January 24, 2023Source: Everyday Health
What leads to happiness? Every year, lists like the WHR attempt to measure and quantify happiness. (It’s a collaborative effort of universities, research groups, and Gallup World Poll data.) “When people talk about happiness, they’re usually talking about their overall well-being,” says Robin Stern, PhD, a psychoanalyst and the associate director of the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence in New Haven, Connecticut. Emotions like joy and excitement can contribute to well-being, she says, but so do broader feelings of fulfillment, contentment, and achievement.
- January 23, 2023Source: The Tico Times
Drs. Robin Stern and Marc Brackett will keynote the University for Peace in Costa Rica's Gross Global Happiness Summit.
- January 22, 2023Source: Medium
Emotions are information that can guide us to make better-informed decisions. However, emotions also can unconsciously cloud our thinking and our ability to make good choices. Self-awareness of our emotions can help our decision making process.