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A multi-week course aimed at building productive habits and increasing happiness. Developed by leading behavioral scientist Laurie Santos, this globally recognized mental health program — and the most popular course at Yale University — is available for licensing.
Principle Investigators: Laurie Santos, PhD
Institution: Yale University

Developed by leading behavioral scientist Laurie Santos, this globally recognized mental health program — and the most popular course at Yale University — is available for licensing. The multi-week format, aimed at building productive habits and increasing happiness, is grounded in research, guided by behavioral science best practices, and incorporates validated assessments to measure changes in happiness.

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