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Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence Researchers Present at the 2024 APA Division 10 Conference

At the 2024 APA Division 10 conference, Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence researchers Drs. Zorana Ivcevic Pringle, Jessica Hoffmann, and Yifei Pei presented their work on creativity research, self-regulation, and curiosity, offering practical guidance and new insights into the emotional dynamics and self-perception in creative pursuits, and contributing significantly to the event's focus on psychology, creativity, and emotional intelligence.

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  • Dr. Jessica Hoffmann Featured in the 2024 International Report on Creativity in Education

    In celebration of World Creativity & Innovation Day 2024, the BIC Corporate Foundation and the International Society for the Study of Creativity and Innovation released a “Creativity in Education Research Report” featuring research from 44 researchers across 22 countries, including Dr. Jessica Hoffmann’s studies on enhancing secondary students' social-emotional learning and exploring effective cognitive reappraisal techniques among adolescents, underscoring the importance of creativity in education and well-being.

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  • Dr. Craig Bailey Keynotes the 2024 Partner Powered Conference for Social and Emotional Learning

    Craig Bailey, Ph.D., Assistant Professor at the Child Study Center and Director of Early Childhood Initiatives at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, delivered the keynote address to early childhood leaders and practitioners at the 2024 Partner Powered Conference for Social and Emotional Learning, held on April 25, 2024, in Charlotte, North Carolina. This conference emphasizes the importance of early childhood education and evidence-based practices for fostering social and emotional development, Dr. Bailey highlighted the need for adults to understand and communicate their own emotions to better support children.

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  • Pringle receives $1 million grant from Templeton Religion Trust for art, cognition, & creativity research

    Zorana Ivcevic Pringle, Ph.D., senior research scientist at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence and scholar of psychology of art, creativity, and emotions, has been awarded a 3-year, $1 million grant from the Templeton Religion Trust. This grant will advance Dr. Ivcevic Pringle’s research project, “Mirror to the World: The Power of Art to Build Understanding and Creativity," into its second phase of exploration into the power of art on human understanding, cognition, and creativity.

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  • Renewal at the Yale Child Study Center

    Drawing inspiration from spring’s magical rebirth, the latest Yale Child Study Center “On Leadership” blog post focuses on moments of professional renewal and rejuvenation shared by a few members of the department.

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  • The Truth About Emotional Intelligence

    YCSC and Center of Emotional Intelligence faculty members Marc Brackett and Robin Stern address a brief history of emotional intelligence, which can predict success in a variety of ways.

    Source: Psychology Today
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  • Advancing SEL science & practice: The Education Collaboratory & #SELDay

    March 8, 2024, is international SELDay! #SELDay is an international, community-driven campaign championing children’s social and emotional learning health and achievement worldwide. SEL supports students to feel their best and do their best at school, and #SELDay is a time to raise awareness and share resources to support the overall academic, social, and emotional health of all youth and adults, worldwide!

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  • Exploring the Effects of Art on Cognition and Emotion at the Glencairn Museum Symposium

    The "Mirror to the World: Exploring the Power of Art Experience" event at Glencairn Museum delved into the profound effects of art on well-being, understanding, and creativity. Dr. Zorana Ivcevic Pringle led the event, presenting research on the mirror model of art which posits creation and appreciation as reciprocal. Through workshops and discussions, experts explored how art fosters deep engagement, self-reflection, and empathy. They discussed the transformative potential of art on personal flourishing and collective understanding. The event highlighted the role of museums in leveraging art for educational programs and emotional learning. Dr. Ivcevic Pringle's work underscores that art is not just to be seen, but felt, thought about, and understood in its full human significance.

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