Led by Kelly D. Chandler, Ph.D.
We study how family processes, work experiences, and work-family integration influence health and well-being, in order to identify ways to promote thriving at home and at work.
It is true that if one finds flow in work, and in relations with other people, one is well on the way toward improving the quality of life as a whole.
We examine well-being at multiple levels:
Family life, and its intersection with work, is complex. Therefore, we use a variety of cutting-edge methods to understand the daily ebb and flow of work and family life, including: