1/29/16. Good bye and good luck to Fiona Maccallum. For the past two years, Fiona has been a fantastic member of the LTE. As a post-doctoral fellow in the lab, she's made wonderful contributions, published some important papers, and quietly become a huge part of our team. Sadly the time has come for Fiona to return to Sydney, Australia where she will continue her work in the Department of Psychology at the University of New South Wales. We will miss you Fiona.
11/19/15. A city in mourning: Grief in the wake of the Paris attacks. George interviewed on NPR (WHYY Philadelphia affiliate) on the recent terrorist attack in Paris.
11/5/15. Celebrating the Launch of the TC Resilience Center for Veterans and Families at the Plaza Hotel.
5/21/15 LTE lab to be part of new TC Resilience Center for Veterans and Families with George as the Center's director
3/20/15 George appears at the Rubin Museum's Brainwave series in dialogue with Sonali Deraniyagala, author of Wave
Brandeins Wirtschaftsmagazin. “Der
Mensch ist ein zähes Tier” (“Man is a tough animal”). Extended interview with
George in German business magazine.
News. “The kids will be all right.” Quotes from George in article on
Post. “Mourning in America: A new Internet way of remembering the
long-departed.” Quotes from interview with George.
9-8-14. LTE lab partners with Battle Buds veterans mentorship program. To learn more, or to participate in the research, click the research projects tab and then the Battle Buds link
7-9-14 A bunch of new publications coming out of the lab from our wonderful research team. Most notably, several papers with our talented doctoral students as lead author, including papers by Chuck Burton (Health Psychology; Psychoneuroendocrinology
), Jenny Lotterman (Memory; Journal of Affective Disorders
), Zhuoying Zhu (Psychiatry Research)
, and Erica Diminich (Journal of Abnormal Psychology).
PDFs of these papers are avilable (or will be available soon) under the "publications" tab.
6-30-14 George interviewed on National Public Radio/WHYY "Voices in the Family with Dan Gotlieb."
6-25-14 New study funded by the United States - Israel Binational Science Founcation (BSF) involving LTE lab and Dr. Gal Sheppes of Tel Aviv University and Dr. Einat Levy-Gigi of the University of Haifa. The study is titled "Regulatory Flexibility Moderates the Relationship Between Trauma Exposure and PTSD" and is funded for two years.
2-25-14 Quotes from our research in Wall Street Journal
2-24-14 Wonderfully moving video about our own Jed McGiffin
. Go Jed!!
2-7-14 George interviewed about science of bereavement on PBS, Religion and Ethics weekly
12-3-13 Nice article by Derek Thompson in The Atlantic featuring "The other side of sadness"
10-20-13 George interviewed on CBS Sunday Morning piece, The Science of Resilience.
7-11-13 Welcome to new lab members! Jed McGiffin and Katie McGreevy, both currently in NYC, and Matteo Malgaroli, from Milano Italia, will begin their doctoral training in the lab this fall. We are especially honored that Major Joe Geraci, an active soldier in the US Army and an instructor at West Point, will also join our lab and our doctoral program. Finally, Fiona MacCallum will spend two years with us as a visiting postdoctoral fellow from the University of New South Wales, Sydney Australia. Their bios are posted under the "people" tab
7-8-13 quotes in ABC News article on Andy Murray's resilience
7-8-13 quotes in Wall Street Journal on trauma
5-6-13 Work of the LTE featured in Chronicle of Higher Education piece on resilience
4-24-13 George interviewed on NPR ("Talk of the Nation") about the Boston Marathon Bombing
2-25-13 Our lab partners with Columbia's new Center for Complicated Grief.
New project funded by the Rockefeller Foundation. The lab will take part in an international project, generously funded by the Rockefeller Foundation, to develop a set of exportable tools for the assessment of community resilience. Lab director, George Bonanno, will serve as Co-Principal Investigator on the project along with Astier Almedom of University of Copenhagen. The project will be housed in Lund University, Sweden as part of the Lund University Center for Sustainability Studies
11-6-12 Quotes from Reuters/Huffington Post on consequences of Hurricane Sandy
10-30-12 Quotes from interview in NY Times about tragic Upper West Side deaths
10-2-12 George's talk at Poptech! Iceland:
8/30/12 Discussion/debate about resilience to loss and trauma, World Science Festival, NYC
6/25/12. Alumni of LTE lab in new faculty positions. Congratulations to three LTE alumni, Isaac Galatzer-Levy, Sumati Gupta, and Maren Westphal, for obtaining faculty positions as Assistant Professors. Isaac with be in the Department of Psychiatry at NYU, Sumati at Barnard College, Columbia University, and Maren at Pace University in NYC. Well done!
5/31/12. LTE lab participates in the World Science Festival.
1/17/12. Website for the PURL II study, our new bereavement study, is up and running.
10/25/11. George interview and video on the adaptive value of smiling, Wall Street Journal health blog.
8/23/11. George Bonanno elected as Fellow to the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP).
7/28/11.Quote in NY Times article on lessons from 9/11
7/26/11. Quote in New York Times article on the grief experience of men.
Lab been awarded a generous grant from the National Institute of Mental Health for a longitudinal study of the predictors and diagnostic markers of Prolonged Grief. This study follows up our previous research, The Project to Understand Reactions to Loss or PURL. We will refer to the new study as PURL II. Stay tuned for more information in the coming months.
6/28/11. Emanuela Saita, Chiara Zuliani, and Margherita Novelli from Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan, Italy visit our lab for two weeks.
Our paper in Rehabilitation Psychology
has been awarded the Harold Yuker Award for Research Excellence by Division 22 (Rehabilitation Psychology) of the American Psychological Association. The paper represents a collaboration between our lab and Terri DeRoon-Cassini (lead author of the paper) and Mark Rusch of The Medical College of Wisconsin.