Operationalizing Affective Complexity: Measurement & Applications

a MiCDA Research Project Description

Investigators: Richard D. Gonzalez, James S. Jackson, Jacqui E. Smith

Funding: National Institute on Aging, 2015-2016 (1 U13 AG 047793 01 A1)

This project brings together researchers from various disciplines who use innovative methods to study the role of affect in health across the life span. The goal is to share emerging knowledge about the measurement of complex affective experiences and their relevance for behavior, decision-making, policy, and well-being.

Research Signature Theme:

Health and well-being in later life: Life Course Determinants