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New Year, New Habits

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Posted on December 20, 2017

Striving for work/life balance

“Time management is everyone's responsibility. It’s up to us, as a society, to create an environment where time is lived pleasantly, rather than hurriedly.”

Brad Aeon, a researcher in the John Molson School of Business investigates how time management can allow us to live happier lives AND work more effectively.

Brad Aeon,
PhD Candidate, JMSB
Cell: 514 621 9638


Making a resolution stick

Sylvia Santosa’s research lab at the PERFORM Centre focuses on obesity, its causes and how to prevent it. Santosa has identified what it takes to live up to that vow to hit the gym more often and develop healthier eating habits.

Sylvia Santosa
Associate professor, Department of Exercise Science, Canada Research Chair, Clinical Nutrition
Cell: 514-702-8898


New Year’s resolutions and the quest for control

Adam Radomsky holds the Concordia University Research Chair in Anxiety and Related Disorders. His latest research examines the connection between anxiety disorders and the fear of losing control.

Adam Radomsky
Professor, Department of Psychology and member of the Centre for Clinical Research in Health
Tel: 514-848-2424 ext. 2202

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