Stories Told and Lessons Learned by Studying Personality in the Real World
Oct 18, 2012, 1:30pm-3pm
Calumet College will present the Faculty Research Profile Series with Professor Gordon Flett. He will focus on the lessons he has learned by studying personality and by encountering some exceptionally unique people.
Topics to be discussed will include how personality contributes to important life outcomes and how considering psychological needs gets us closer to understanding the keys to happiness and life satisfaction.
Flett is a professor of Psychology at York University and holds a Canada Research Chair in Personality and Health. He received his BSc, MA, and PhD. from the University of Toronto, and he began his appointment at York University in 1987. Flett has served as director of undergraduate studies in York’s Department of Psychology, and more recently, was the associate dean of Research and Graduate Education in the Faculty of Health.
|Location:||214 Calumet College|
|Posted by:||Susan Miceli|