Study the science of happiness to beat lockdown blues

Can an online psychoeducational course benefit wellbeing? Researchers at the University of Bristol believe so.

Students at the University of Bristol who took a Science of Happiness course online during the pandemic reported significantly better mental health compared to students who did not take the course.

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