Three leading Berkeley psychologists will discuss effective approaches and strategies for dealing with the anxiety, stress and uncertainty that are inherent parts of the COVID-19 crisis, for children and adults alike.
- Frank Worrell is a professor in Berkeley’s Graduate School of Education. He is an expert on the challenges of learning at home, the benefits of structure, and the kinds of online resources that best support learning and well-being.
- Sonia Bishop is an associate professor within the Department of Psychology and the Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute. Among her areas of expertise are anxiety and decision-making under uncertainty.
- Dacher Keltner is a professor of psychology and faculty director of the Greater Good Science Center. His research focuses on the functions of emotional experience and expression, in particular states such as compassion, awe, love, and embarrassment, as well as power, social class, and inequality.
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