Chris May’s interest in cognitive-emotional training underpins both his enthusiasm as an educator and his research in the contemplative sciences. Having worked as an assistant and association professor of psychology for 10 years at Carroll University in the United States, Chris now teaches and conducts research at the University of Groningen (Netherlands). Chris’ research interests have focused on the cognitive and emotional effects of multiple contemplative practices. In recent years, his attention has turned to the interpersonal influences of meditation. He also makes contributions to the scholarship of teaching and learning.
This profile was last updated on November 16, 2020