Yale Stress Center

The Yale Stress Center performs interdisciplinary research on stress effects on the brain, mind, body, and behavior and on the resulting impact of stress on day-to-day functioning and health. Specific research focuses include stress effects on cognitive and executive function; interactions with alcohol, drugs, food and exercise; new therapies to reverse the negative effects of stress, increase individual capacity, and decrease the risk of disease; and stress-drug interactions.

Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence

The Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence “uses the power of emotions to create a healthier, effective and compassionate society.” Through its scientific research on the power of emotions, the Center teaches communities of students and adults about emotional intelligence and the skills they need to create meaningful relationships, make good decisions, and be effective in their daily lives.

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