Our center's senior scholar James Maddux, Ph.D., recently returned from a visit to the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana (founded in 1623) in Bogotá, Colombia, where he gave an invited address on controversies regarding psychiatry diagnostic categories at the Department of Psychology's orientation for new graduate students.
Maddux, who is also university professor emeritus in Mason's Department of Psychology, also met with members of Pontificia Universidad Javeriana's clinical psychology faculty to consult on program issues and problems. A return visit within the next year is being discussed.
Learn more about the science of well-being in these columns written by Maddux and his colleagues.
August 05, 2019