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The latest newsletter for the Gerontological Society of America featured our research on age differences in daily life experiences during the pandemic, led by PhD student Patrick Klaiber.
In a COVID-19 World, Which Generation Is Coping Best? https://www.nextavenue.org/older-people-are-coping-best/
Crises Like the Pandemic Don’t Make People Less Optimistic https://www.forbes.com/sites/alisonescalante/2020/07/28/crises-like-the-pandemic-dont-make-people-less-optimistic/#382a2c133bb4
‘A surprise to no one’: Some coping better than others with COVID-19, research suggests. https://bc.ctvnews.ca/a-surprise-to-no-one-some-coping-better-than-others-with-covid-19-research-suggests-1.5034440?cache=yes%3FclipId%3D373266
COVID-19: Research shows older adults less worried during pandemic. https://vancouversun.com/news/local-news/covid-19-research-shows-older-adults-less-worried-during-pandemic
Patrick Klaiber talks about his new research on age differences in coping with the pandemic. https://www.btvancouver.ca/videos/coping-with-covid-19/
Patrick Klaiber (PhD student) has published a new paper showing that older adults were more psychologically resilient during the pandemic than younger and middle-aged adults. UBC press release: https://news.ubc.ca/2020/07/22/new-ubc-study-reveals-older-adults-coped-with-pandemic-best
We’d like to extend our warmest congratulations to Holy Ghaly on her graduation! Holy has earned a Bachelor’s in Kinesiology and Minor in Psychology. She has been a vital member of the UPLIFT Health Lab for the past two years and has shown great leadership as a research study coordinator and as a teaching assistant […]
Fei Ying (3rd year undergraduate in Behavioural Neuroscience) was awarded the UBC Morris Belkin Prize for her research on variability in sleep timing and daily emotions.
Jin Wen has published a book chapter entitled “Positive Activity Interventions Targeted to Improve Depressive Symptoms” in the 2nd edition of Positive Psychological Science. For more information about the book, visit https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203731833