Dr. Sanne Booij, a postdoctoral research scholar in the Interdisciplinary Center of Psychopathology and Emotion Regulation at the University of Groningen, visited us at Penn State to learn more about the cutting-edge methodology that we are developing in the BeingWellProject. She found out about our group and research projects through our journal publications and public presentations.

Dr. Booij is interested in the dynamic nature of mood in daily life and the factors that potentially influence it. Using Stochastic differential equation modeling developed in the BeingWellProject, she will be assessing the temporal associations between mood and other fluctuating factors for every individual in their daily life.

We enjoy sharing our research ideas and methods with scholars from around the world.

Welcome Dr. Booij!