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  • Mind & Body Lab
    postdoctoral scholar who will assist with data management and data analysis on a number of different projects Interested candidates should submit a cover letter CV statement of research interests and statistical experience three letters of recommendation and a writing sample to Erik Santoro check out Ted Kaptchuk s article in the New england journal of medicine July 2 2015 Ted Kaptchuk an MBL collaborator co authored a perspectives article in the New England Journal of Medicine Placebo Effects in Medicine Check it out here changing mindsets to build cultures of health December 15 2014 Health mindsets are people s beliefs about what it means to be healthy why some people are healthy and others are not and how to regain health when it is lost Thanks to a generous grant from RWJF the MBL along with SPARQ will be initiating a series of studies to understand and positively influence health by harnessing health mindsets Home LAB OVERVIEW Our lab focuses on how subjective mindsets e g thoughts beliefs and expectations can alter objective reality through behavioral psychological and physiological mechanisms Our work is in part inspired by research on the placebo effect a robust demonstration of the ability of the mindset to elicit healing properties in the body We are interested in understanding how mindsets affect important outcomes both within and beyond the realm of medicine in the domains such as exercise diet and stress More specifically we aim to understand how selective information through modalities such as media marketing and labeling can inform mindsets and how mindsets can be consciously and deliberately changed through intervention to affect physiological and psychological health Our research draws upon and integrates the psychology of schemas and appraisals within a range of disciplines including the science of the placebo effect the behavioral economics of

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  • Sign In | Mind & Body Lab
    Teaching News Media Contact Sign In Instructions Mind Body Lab adminsitrators use the Administrator Login Administrator Login Mind Body Lab users use the Local User Login Local User Login Local Drupal Username Local Drupal Password Request new password Contact Jordan Hall Building 420 450 Serra Mall Stanford CA 94305 mbl contact stanford edu Campus Map Directions Relevant links Stanford Department of Psychology SPARQ Social Psychological Answers to Real world Questions

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  • PUBLICATIONS | Mind & Body Lab
    and Behavioral Sciences Hoboken NJ John Wiley and Sons DOWNLOAD Crum A Lyddy C 2014 De stressing Stress The Power of Mindsets and the Art of Stressing Mindfully In A Ie C T Ngnoumen E J Langer Eds The Wiley Blackwell Handbook of Mindfulness New Jersey Wiley Blackwell DOWNLOAD Crum A Salovey P 2013 Emotionally Intelligent Happiness In S A David I Boniewell A C Ayers Eds Oxford Handbook of Happiness Oxford Oxford University Press DOWNLOAD Brackett M Crum A Salovey P 2008 Emotional Intelligence In S J Lopez Ed The Encyclopedia of Positive Psychology London Blackwell Publishing DOWNLOAD WORKING PAPERS Crum A Akinola M Improving Stress Without Reducing Stress The Benefits of a Stress is Enhancing Mindset in Challenging and Threatening Contexts REQUEST DRAFT Crum A Akinola M Hall K Turnwald B Kaptchuk T Genetic Variation in Mindset Manipulations and Placebo Effects REQUEST DRAFT Crum A Phillips D Higgins T Aren t You Feeling it Too Social Influence Moderates Placebo Response REQUEST DRAFT Crum A Achor S Rothstein J Salovey P Changing Mindsets to Harness the Enhancing Effects of Stress REQUEST DRAFT Shim S Crum A Galinsky A The Grace of Control How Reflecting on What We Can Control

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  • INSTRUMENTS | Mind & Body Lab
    INSTRUMENTS STRESS MINDSET MEASURE Download the Stress Mindset Measure and supporting paper Contact Jordan Hall Building 420 450 Serra Mall Stanford CA 94305 mbl contact stanford edu Campus Map Directions Relevant links Stanford Department of Psychology SPARQ Social Psychological Answers

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  • Interventions | Mind & Body Lab
    SEE OWN AND USE YOUR STRESS If you are interested in learning more about the materials live trainings or e trainings for Rethink Stress please fill out the google form For other interventions or solutions please visit SPARQ Social Psychological Answers to Real world Questions Contact Jordan Hall Building 420 450 Serra Mall Stanford CA 94305 mbl contact stanford edu Campus Map Directions Relevant links Stanford Department of Psychology SPARQ

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  • COLLABORATIONS | Mind & Body Lab
    Schater Professor of Psychology Professor of Management Columbia University TED KAPTCHUK Professor of Medicine Director of PiPS Placebo Studies Harvard Medical School ELLEN LANGER Professor of Psychology Harvard University DAMON PHILLIPS James P Gorman Professor of Business Strategy Columbia Business School PETER SALOVEY University President Chris Argyris Professor of Psychology Yale University AMY WRZESNIEWSKI Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior Yale School of Management STANFORD FACULTY INVITED ORGANIZATION PRESENTATIONS Dr Crum

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  • PEOPLE | Mind & Body Lab
    Teaching Assistant in Germany Her love of teaching continues at Stanford where she has served as a teaching assistant for numerous courses and earned a Graduate Teaching Award In her free time Lauren enjoys cooking dinner with friends trying to keep the plants in her garden alive and exploring new places kari leibowitz Kari began her PhD in Social Psychology in 2015 She is interested in understanding how best to promote mindsets that increase psychosocial well being with a particular emphasis on understanding compassionate mindsets in various populations Kari received her BA from Emory University in 2012 After graduation Kari spent two years as the Program Coordinator for the Emory Tibet Partnership and coordinated the visit of the Dalai Lama to Emory in 2013 Kari also spent a year studying wintertime mindset above the Arctic Circle in Norway under a Fulbright research grant A few of Kari s favorite things are rainy days brunch and taking naps Eric Smith Eric is a PhD student in Social Psychology His interests focus on how people respond to challenge uncertainty and failure particularly in an academic setting After receiving his bachelor s degree from Northwestern University in Psychology and Biology he helped develop educational interventions at PERTS with Dave Paunesku and Carissa Romero and managed an emotion regulation intervention under the direction of James Gross Eric is passionate about promoting ethical research practices and responsible applications of psychological insights Outside of his research interests Eric s recent accomplishments include designing a website building a Death Star out of Legos and filing his taxes on time BRAD TURNWALD Trained as a biologist at Ohio Wesleyan University Brad has done research on everything from yeast to nematodes to human cells and even spent a summer being way too curious about protein expression patterns in human diarrhea He eventually decided that humans were the most interesting creature and is now a second year PhD student in the Social Psychology Department at Stanford Brad is especially interested in understanding how mindsets can affect physiological outcomes and health related behaviors Outside of lab Brad can usually be found trail running in the beautiful Bay Area playing the pipe organ cooking almost exclusively curry these days playing some volleyball with friends and camping FULL TIME RESEARCH ASSISTANTS DANIELLE BOLES Danielle received her BA in Psychology and Environmental Studies from the University of California Santa Cruz After graduating she spent a year working as a behavioral therapist with pediatric populations and their families in the Bay Area This experience served as an introduction to the diversity of health beliefs and continues to inform her research efforts in the Mind and Body Lab In her spare time Danielle enjoys playing the guitar and violin following Giants baseball and finding new uses for coconut oil PAST SUMMER RESEARCH ASSISTANTS Charlene Chambliss Rudiger Charlene is a current undergrad and will receive her bachelor s in Psychology from Stanford Her most burning interests live at the intersection of behavior and thoughts particularly the cycle

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  • TEACHING | Mind & Body Lab
    will explore research on how mindsets about nutrition exercise and stress can alter the body s response to those phenomena Students will also uncover how social interactions with friends family colleagues and the media influence the perceived quality and impact of cultural products such as art music and fashion And students will learn about the neurological and physiological underpinnings of the placebo effect a powerful demonstration of expectation that produces real healing changes in the body Finally students will have the opportunity to consider real world applications in disciplines including policy business medicine academics athletics and public health and consider the ethical implications of those applications Throughout the class active participation and an open mind will be critical to success The final weeks of class will be dedicated to student designed studies or interventions aimed to further explore the power of self fulfilling prophecies placebo effects and the social psychological creation of reality PSYCH 70 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY Topics related to the influence of other people on individuals thoughts emotions and behaviors Factors that affect the way that we perceive ourselves and others how people influence others how persuasion happens what causes us to like love help or hurt others and how social psychology helps to understand quesions about law business and health Fulfills WIM requirement PSYCH 191 SPECIAL RESEARCH PROJECTS IN THE MIND BODY LAB Independent Study May be repeated for credit or for grade Prerequisites consent of instructor PSYCH 298 ADVANCED STUDIES IN HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY This course provides an overview of the major concepts and questions in the field of health psychology Through reading lecture and interactive discussion students have the opportunity to explore and think critically about a number of psychological and social influences in determining health including emotions beliefs relationships stress motivation behavior change spirituality

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