Personality, Patterns, and Perceptions Study

by February 26, 2013

The Personality, Patterns, and Perceptions (Triple-P) Study funded by National Institute of Mental Health is a five year longitudinal study. This study examines symptoms of serious mental illness, associated with functional impairment, high health-care costs, and significant suffering. This project aims at 1) Obtaining direct, empirical account of symptom frequencies, Read more »

Join a Personality Study!

by January 30, 2013

Please click on the following links for more information on how you can become part of important studies.    Join a Personality Study Using Your Own Phone (PDF) Join a Personality Study Here at Wake Forest (PDF)

Character Project

by December 11, 2012

As a subsidiary of the interdisciplinary Character Project funded by the John Templeton Foundation, this project creates a unique and exciting blend of theoretical and empirical work, discipline-specific and interdisciplinary thinking, exploratory and confirmatory strategies, and correlational and experimental studies on the nature of Character. If you are interested in the Read more »

Growth Initiative Project

by October 30, 2012

The Growth Initiative seeks to understand how adverse life events can lead to positive behavioral and cognitive changes. We intend to uncover the scope of this growth, and the factors that limit growth. This research program is based at Wake Forest University and the University of Pennsylvania and made possible through a grant from Read more »