Thanks to the industrious work of generations of scientists, we now know a great deal about the neuro-chemical mechanisms of ill-being, including what’s behind fear, anxiety, depression, and PTSD. However psychology has known little about the neuro-chemical mechanisms of well-being until very recently. A recent study by Carol Ryff explores some of the biological underpinnings of well-being.
Theodore C.K. Cheung
Note from Timothy T.C. So, PPND author and Associate Editor of the Chinese PPND: “I am more than grateful to introduce Theodore Cheung, a clinical psychologist and neuroscientist, to share…