Kirra Dickinson is a second-year undergraduate at UC Berkeley, working towards majoring in Psychology and Peace and Conflict Studies. She is also a research assistant at the Greater Good Science Center. Here, she works on translating scientific research in the field of positive psychology into applications that we can use to cultivate well-being in our everyday lives. In the future, she hopes to promote social-emotional learning in individuals as well as communities and empower others to live meaningful, fulfilling lives.
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