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“In Conversation” with Tim Lomas
Tim Lomas is a senior researcher for the Wellbeing for Planet Earth Foundation, where his main role involves working with Gallup to explore non-Western perspectives on wellbeing.
Tim completed his PhD at the University of Westminster in 2012, with his thesis focusing on the impact of meditation on men’s mental health (combining cognitive neuroscience, narrative, and ethnographic analysis). From 2013 to 2020 Tim was a lecturer in positive psychology at the University of East London.
Since 2013, Tim has published over 70 papers and 11 books relating to wellbeing, involving topics including linguistics, systems theory, neuroscience, mindfulness, Buddhism, gender, art, and cross-cultural enquiry. His work has been featured in articles in prominent publications including TIME, The New Yorker, and Scientific American.
His main area of research, which we explored in one of our Live “Learn with Sue” sessions earlier in the year involves creating a lexicography of untranslatable words relating to wellbeing. Tim has a wealth of knowledge around happiness and wellbeing, from a global perspective and having shared the stage at numerous positive psychology conferences over the years, we are excited to now share a rich conversation with all our Learn with Sue members.
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