Dr. Christiane Hoppmann

Christiane Hoppmann, Ph.D., is an Assistant Profession in the Department of Psychology, University of British Columbia and Canada Research Chair.  Her area of expertise includes cognition in later life and social relationships.  Dr. Hoppman is a specialist on the role of psychosocial predictors of well-being and health across the lifespan and into old age. She has conducted time-sampling research with older adults up to the age of 97 years. Her work has been recognized by the Peter Wall Early Career Award (2011), the Margaret and Paul Baltes Early Career Award from the Gerontological Society of America (2012), a Michael Smith Scholar Award from the Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research (2012), and the Springer Early Career Achievement Award in Research on Adult Development and Aging from the American Psychological Association (2012). Dr. Hoppmann will help in the development of procedures for experiential data collection.

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