Collaboration Promotes Well-Being in the Workplace

Collaboration Promotes Well-Being in the Workplace.

Mother-Infant Study Searches for Insight Into Early Development

Mother-Infant Study Searches for Insight Into Early Development.

Kindness Curriculum

Can a "Kindness Curriculum" help children manage their emotions and pay attention better?

To Practice Mindfulness, Start by Counting Your Breaths

To Practice Mindfulness, Start by Counting Your Breaths.

Can we cultivate greater altruism through compassion training?

Can discoveries in neuroscience inform how we cultivate wellbeing?

Welcome

Founded by world-renowned neuroscientist Richard J. Davidson, the Center for Investigating Healthy Minds (CIHM) at the Waisman Center, University of Wisconsin-Madison is a global leader in conducting novel research that has revolutionized how we understand the mind, our emotions, and how to nurture well-being for ourselves and others.

At CIHM, we are advancing breakthrough research, developing tools aimed at cultivating well-being and telling the story that well-being can be learned. This story holds unimaginable potential for humanity.

 

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