Tuesday, Jan 10, 2017 7:00p -
Thursday, Jan 19, 2017 7:00p
33 Kirkland St.
Cambridge, MA 02138
Lectures & Conferences, University
Who’s happier: lottery winners or paraplegics? The answer––like many insights from psychology––will surprise you. This free mini-course, taught by a Harvard psychology PhD student and stand-up comedian, pulls together psychology’s most fascinating findings to answer some of life’s deepest questions: what makes us happy, why can’t we all agree, and are we really in control of our own thoughts?
Sign up with this link: https://goo.gl/forms/bmDnx7LJ2BB1PXV83
The course will be a mix of lecture and class discussion. There are no grades and no obligations; this is just about the love of learning cool stuff about why humans do what they do. The course materials are TED talks, short articles, and videos––look at the stuff that interests you.
Finalized & times (room B1, William James Hall, 33 Kirkland, Cambridge):
Monday, 1/9: 7-8:15pm
Thursday, 1/12: 7-8:15pm
Friday, 1/13: 5:30-6:43pm
Monday, 1/16: 7-8:15pm
Thursday, 1/19: 7-8:15pm
If you can't make it to all the lectures, that's fine! Make sure you still sign up so you get the email with the room locations and the course material.
This course is open to the public and is entirely free of charge thanks to the funding of the Harvard Graduate Student Council.
Questions? Email Adam Mastroianni: email@example.com