Marc Schulz is a Professor of Psychology at Bryn Mawr College and the Associate Director of the Harvard Study of Adult Development (HSAD), one of the longest longitudinal studies of human thriving ever done. Since the 1930s, HSAD has followed the development of 724 men and their families from adolescence through the end of life. More recently, we have been working with more than 1,300 of the daughters and sons of these original participants to understand how early life experiences shape midlife health and happiness.
At Bryn Mawr, Dr. Schulz served as Chair of Psychology from 2014-2020 and Director of the graduate Ph.D. program in Clinical Developmental Psychology from 2005-2020. He has been recognized repeatedly by Bryn Mawr for his teaching, research and contributions to the broader community. Dr. Schulz has held appointments as a visiting scholar at universities in Switzerland and Portugal, and consulted widely on scientific issues.
He received his Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the University of California at Berkeley and completed a clinical internship and clinical and research postdoctoral fellowships at Harvard Medical School.
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The Good Life: Lessons from the World’s Longest Study on Happiness
THE GOOD LIFE: LESSONS FROM THE WORLD’S LONGEST STUDY ON HAPPINESS