Positive Psychology Researchers header Years ago, Lisa Sansom, MAPP, of LVS Consulting started a list of positive psychology researchers, using a Google spreadsheet and filling in all the names of the researchers that she knew about from her U Penn MAPP studies. She has been so kind as to hand this project over to me so that we can now reach out to all of you positive psychology practitioners and enthusiasts together.

The aim of this database is to enable you to look up any positive psychology researcher or research topic in the world, by name or topic. By using a database, the list can easily be updated and expanded. My aim is to maintain and add to the database as much as I can and to make it publicly available. This means you are allowed to copy, print, export or republish the list as you see fit. (Please mention its source when you do) Since this is quite a task, I would really like to invite you to help me make the list more accurate and complete by leaving a comment below. Thank you so much and enjoy!

How to use this list?

You can choose to see the full list of entries at once by selecting ‘Show all entries‘ at the upper left corner of the list. Because of the loading time of the webpage, we set the default to 25 entries. By clicking on a certain column, you can sort the whole list alphabetically (A-Z) for that specific criterium, such as ‘First name’, ‘Last name’, ‘Area of research’ etc. Looking for a specific name? Try using the ‘Search:’ function at the upper right corner of the list. That might save you some time!

Who qualifies as a positive psychology researcher?

Reseachers who:

  1. Are affiliated with an institution or organization that has some form of ethics review committee that oversees and approves human subject research
  2. Have published in peer-reviewed journals appropriate to their field
  3. Consider themselves to be a researcher (litmus test)
  4. Conduct research in a field that is aligned with the Positive Psychology Center’s definition of positive psychology – i.e.: a field that is generally considered to be “positive” and advances the scientific knowledge of human flourishing and well-being.

A special thanks goes out to John Coffey for his extensive contribution to the database below.

Please note that the following table is not mobile-friendly. It’s best to view it on a desktop.

Positive Psychology Researchers

First name Last name Area of research Institute Country Website
First name Last name Area of research Institute Country Website
Acacia Parks positive interventions Hiram College USA Visit website
Albert Bandura agency, self-regulation Stanford University USA Visit website
Alex Wood personality, well-being, social life, positive clinical psychology University of Manchester UK Visit website
Allan Luks altruism USA Visit website
Anthony Grant coaching psychology, goal attainment University of Sydney Australia Visit website
Barbara Fredrickson positive emotions, flourishing University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill USA Visit website
Barry Schwartz choice, practical wisdom Swarthmore College USA Visit website
Carol Kauffman coaching Harvard Medical School USA Visit website
Carol Dweck Fixed mindset, growth mindset Stanford University USA Visit website
Christine Carter social well-being, emotional well-being, compassion, families, meaning University of California USA Visit website
Christopher Feudtner hope (pediatric palliative care) Children's Hospital of Philadelphia USA Visit website
Christopher Peterson character strengths, well-being University of Michigan USA Visit website
Dan Bowling well-being in law Duke University USA Visit website
Daniel Gilbert affective forecasting, choice, social perception Harvard University USA Visit website
David Cooperrider appreciative inquiry Case Western Reserve University USA Visit website
David Myers happiness, group influence, social-serving bias Hope College USA Visit website
Ed Diener subjective well-being, happiness, satisfaction with life, national well-being University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign USA Visit website
Elizabeth Dunn self-knowledge, affective forecasting, implicit social cognition, happiness University of British Columbia Canada Visit website
Ellen Langer mindfulness, decision making, aging, illusion of control Harvard University USA Visit website
George Vaillant aging, adult development Harvard Medical School USA Visit website
Ilona Boniwell perceived time use, well-being, positive education, coaching, time perspective University of East London UK Visit website
Iris Mauss emotional self-regulation University of Denver USA Visit website
Isaac Prilleltensky community well-being University of Miami USA Visit website
James Maddux self-regulation, self-efficacy George Mason University USA Visit website
James Pawelski philosophy, positive humanities University of Pennsylvania USA Visit website
James Prochaska change University of Rhode Island USA Visit website
James Pennebaker writing and health University of Texas USA Visit website
Jane Gillham resilience University of Pennsylvania USA Visit website
Jeanne Nakamura Quality of Life research center, engagement, creativity, good work, againg, mentoring Claremont Graduate University USA Visit website
John Gottman relationships Gottman Relationship Institute USA Visit website
Jonathan Haidt morality, elevation, awe, admiration University of Virginia USA Visit website
Karen Reivich resilience, Penn resiliency project, comprehensive soldier fitness University of Pennsylvania USA Visit website
Kenneth Pargament spirituality Bowling Green State University USA Visit website
Kim Cameron positive organizational scholarship, organizational effectiveness, leadership, organizational culture Michigan Ross Business School USA Visit website
Laura King self perception, narrative contruction, well-being University of Missouri USA Visit website
Maree Roche Metamodel Self-determination, leadership WINTEC New Zealand Visit website
Martin Seligman learned helplessness, optimism, well-being University of Pennsylvania USA Visit website
Michael Steger quality of life therapy, meaning in life, health, intimate relationships, coping, culture Colorado State University USA Visit website
Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi flow, engagement, well-being at work, creativity, peak performance Claremont Graduate University USA Visit website
Nansook Park well-being University of Michigan USA Visit website
Paul Rozin cultural psychology, purity, food University of Pennsylvania USA Visit website
Paul Wong meaning International Network on Personal Meaning Canada Visit website
Peter Salovey emotional intelligence, moods, health protective behaviours Yale University USA Visit website
Ray Fowler physical health (retired) USA Visit website
Rick Snyder hope, forgiveness University of Kansas USA Visit website
Robert Biswas-Diener coaching, cultural happiness Portland State University USA Visit website
Robert Kegan adult education, adult development, adult learning, constructive development, subject-object theory Harvard Graduate School of Education USA Visit website
Robert Emmons gratitude, thankfulness, positive interventions, personal strivings University of California USA Visit website
Roy Baumeister emotion, self-regulation, ego-depletion, meaning Florida State University USA Visit website
Ruut Veenhoven World Database of Happiness, social conditions for human happiness Erasmus University Netherlands Visit website
Ryan Niemiec character strengths, mindfulness VIA Institute on Character USA Visit website
Shane Lopez character strengths, hope, well-being Gallup Organization USA Visit website
Sonja Lyubomirsky happiness, flourishing University of California USA Visit website
Stephen Post altruism Stony Brook University USA Visit website
Tayyab Rashid strengths University of Toronto Canada Visit website
Todd Kashdan curiosity, gratitude, mindfulness, savoring, purposeful living George Mason University USA Visit website
Tom Rath character strengths, organizational well-being, employee engagement, leadership Gallup Organization USA Visit website
Veronika Huta well-being, eudaimonia, excellence University of Ottawa Canada Visit website
Edward Deci motivation, self-determination theory University of Rochester USA Visit website
Angela Duckworth personality trait grit, academic success University of Pennsylvania USA Visit website
Jane Dutton positive organizational behavior, high quality connections University of Michigan USA Visit website
Adam Grant work motivation, prosocial helping and giving behaviors, job design and meaningful work, initiative and proactive behaviors, burnout, leadership Wharton University of Pennsylvania USA Visit website
Daniel Kahneman Formulation of Prospect Theory, Decision-Making, Judgment, Hedonic Psychology Princeton University USA Visit website
Fred Luthans Positive Organizational Behavior, Psychological Capital University of Nebraska USA Visit website
Richard Ryan Motivation, Description of Self-Determination Theory Australian Catholic University Australia Visit website
Carol Ryff Eudaimonic Well-Being, Positive Health, and Aging University of Wisconsin USA Visit website
Kennon Sheldon Goals and Well-Being, the “Self-Concordance Model” of healthy Goal-Striving University of Missouri USA Visit website
Dacher Keltner emotion, social interaction, negotiating morality, power, status UC Berkeley USA Visit website
Everett Worthington forgiveness Virginia Commonwealth University USA Visit website
Donald Clifton strengths University of Nebraska-Lincoln USA Visit website
Shane Lopez hope USA Visit website
Aaron Jarden flourishing, well-being Auckland University of Technology New Zealand Visit website
Sue Langley positive workplaces, leaders and teams Langley Group Australia Visit website
Susan David emotional skills, leadership, and coaching effectiveness Harvard University USA Visit website
Dave Webb forensic psychology University of Sheffield Spain Visit website
Robert Vallerand intrinsic and extrinsic motivation Université du Québec à Montréal Canada Visit website
Michelle Fortier pediatric pain USA Visit website
Emiliana Simon-Thomas health and happiness to social affiliation, caregiving, and collaborative relationships UC Berkeley USA Visit website
Tom Gilovich causal attribution, emotion, mood, affect
judgment, and decision making
social cognition
Cornell USA Visit website
Jim Harter relationships between work-unit employee engagement and business results University of Nebraska-Lincoln USA Visit website
Gabriel Grant sustainable development Yale University USA Visit website
Sue Roffey positive relationships, behavior University of Western Sydney Australia & UK Visit website
Heidi Grant Halvorson motivation Columbia University USA Visit website
Tim Kasser materialism and well-being Knox College USA Visit website
Shelly Taylor social psychology, health psychology, and social cognition University of California, Los Angeles USA Visit website
Paul Zak nueroeconomics and oxytocin Claremont Graduate University USA Visit website
Shawn Achor Positive Psychology, finding success through happiness Harvard University USA Visit website
Richard Davidson kindness, compassion, altruism, forgiveness, mindfulness and well-being University of Wisconsin-Madison USA Visit website
Salvatore R. Maddi personality, psychopathology, health psychology, creativity University of California, Irvine USA Visit website
Stefan Schulenberg clinical-disaster psychology, meaning and purpose in life, positive psychology, psychological assessment, and forensic psychology University of Mississippi USA Visit website
Jamie Gruman well-being in the workplace University of Guelph Canada Visit website
Marie-Helene Budworth Learning, motivation, transfer of training, group process York University USA Visit website
Lea Waters positive psychology, positive education, positive organisations and positive parenting University of Melbourne Australia Visit website
Lucie Mandeville humanist and positive psychology Université de Sherbrooke Canada Visit website
Carmelo Vazquez positive emotions in Clinical psychology Complutense University of Madrid Spain Visit website
Dianne Vella-Brodrick positive education and workplace well-being University of Melbourne Australia Visit website
Antonella Delle Fave optimal living and positive health University of Milan Italy Visit website
Stewart Donaldson health promotion, positive & organizational psychology, career development, cross-cultural and international evaluation and research, and applied research methods Claremont Graduate University USA Visit website
Maria Elena Garassini virtues and strengths and the concept of flow and resilience Metropolitan University Venezuela Visit website
Nick Haslam dehumanization, essentialism, folk psychiatry, objectification, and stigma University of Melbourne Australia Visit website
John Helliwell Well-Being, Social Capital, Applied Macroeconomics, International Economics, Comparative Economic Growth, Natural Resource Economics University of British Columbia Canada Visit website
Rose Inza-Kim reality therapy Korea Counseling Center Korea Visit website
Hans Henrik Knoop learning and creativity in education and professional work Aarhus University Denmark Visit website
Marlena Kossakowska Clinical & health psychology, resilience, stress, coping, and stress management University of Social Sciences and Humanities Poland Visit website
Charles Martin-Krumm links between optimism and cognitive, behavioral, and emotional variables IUFM of Rennes – University of Western Brittany France Visit website
Richard Layard mental health, wellbeing, labour, unemployment, educational policy, happiness London School of Economics UK Visit website
Helena Marujo Happiness and applications to organizational, community and national contexts University of Lisbon Portugal Visit website
Mario Mikulincer attachment styles in adulthood, personality processes in interpersonal relationships, evolutionary psychology, human learned helplessness and depression, trauma and post-traumatic processes, coping with stress, and qualitative research of emotional states Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzlyia Israel Visit website
Luis Miguel Neto Appreciative Inquiry , Solution Focus Approach, Developing Sense of Humour or Cafe World University of Lisbon Portugal Visit website
Kaiping Peng intricate relationship between cultures and social cognition University of California at Berkeley USA Visit website
Sarah Pressman Stress, Positive Emotions, Physiological Pathways (e.g., endocrine, cardiovascular), Health Psychology, Social Relationships University of California, Irvine USA Visit website
Willibald Ruch Positive Psychology, humor, test construction, dispositions toward laughter and ridicule University of Zurich Switzerland Visit website
Marei Salama-Younes positive psychology and the psychology of physical activity Helwan University Egypt Visit website
Kamlesh Singh Positive Psychology, Applied Positive Psychology, Environmental Psychology, Psychometrics, Community Psychology, and Rural Women and Adolescents Indian Institute of Technology Delhi India Visit website
Alena Slezåckovå hope, meaning Masaryk University Czech Republic Visit website
Alejandro Castro Solano test construction, leadership and positive psychology University of Palermo Italy Visit website
Philip Streit Psychotherapy, Health, Leadership and Coaching Karl-Franzens-University Graz Austria Visit website
Sombat Tapanya violence prevention in children and youth. Chiang Mai University Thailand Visit website
Margarita Tarragona collaborative and narrative therapies and the implications of Positive Psychology for therapy and consultation Universidad Iberoamericana Mexico Visit website
Ewa Trzebinska Cognitive psychology of personality psychology, mental disorders and psychotherapy Warsaw University Poland Visit website
Joar Vitterso Quality of life, positive psychology, methodology, tourism University of Tromsø Norway Visit website
Lei Wang leadership, social networks, and team knowledge transfer University of California at Berkeley USA Visit website
Marie Wissing Positive Psychology, Psychosocial Health, Neuropsychology, Multi-disciplinary research in health and well-being North West University South Africa Visit website
Philip Zimbardo Aggression, conflict, peace, attitudes/beliefs, causal attribution, helping, prosocial behavior, intergroup relations, interpersonal processes, personality, individual differences, persuasion, social influence, and social cognition Harvard University USA Visit website
Jacquelynne S. Eccles family and school influences on development; development in high-risk settings; development of self-esteem, activity preferences, and task choice; adolescent development; identity formation; biosocial influences and development; gender role development; and the role of ethnicity in development and socialization University of Michigan USA Visit website
Michael Ungar resilience among children, youth and families and how they together survive adversity in culturally diverse ways Dalhousie University Canada Visit website
Kimberly Schonert-Reichl child and adolescent social and emotional learning (SEL) and development with a particular emphasis on identifying the processes and mechanisms that foster positive development, such as empathy, optimism, and altruism University of British Columbia British Columbia Visit website
Mark T. Greenberg developmental processes in risk and non-risk populations with a specific emphasis on aggression, violence, and externalizing disorders Pennsylvania State University USA Visit website
Reed W. Larson Adolescence; organized youth activities and programs; youth practice; adolescence and globalization University of Illinois USA Visit website
Suniya S. Luthar vulnerability and resilience among various populations including youth in poverty and children in families affected by mental illness Arizonia State University USA Visit website
Julie F. Troum motivational issues musicians face during training activities with respect to the individual needs, well-being, and personal satisfaction of the training musician University of South Florida USA Visit website
Corey L.M. Keyes social psychology and mental health Emory College USA Visit website
Kate Hefferon Post-traumatic growth among female breast cancer survivors, existential psychology, optimal experiences, the psychology of physical activity and interpretive phenomenological analysis (IPA) University of East London UK Visit website
Itai Ivtzan combination of psychology and spirituality, positive psychology, psychological & spiritual growth, consciousness, and meditation The University of East London UK Visit website
Tim Lomas meditation on men’s wellbeing, using a mixed-methods design comprising narrative interviews, cognitive testing, and EEG measurement University of East London UK Visit website
C. Richard Snyder Hope, Forgiveness, Life Satisfaction, Well-Being
Motivation, Goal Setting
Personality, Individual Differences
Research Methods, Assessment
Self and Identity, Social Cognition,
University of Kansas USA Visit website
Roger Wood neurobehavioural issues Swansea University UK Visit website
Lee Newman behaviors related to the quality of thinking and decision making in the workplace IE University Madrid Visit website
Felicia A. Huppert psychological well-being or positive mental health and the relationship between emotion and cognition Cambridge University UK Visit website
June Gruber positive emotion disturbance University of Colorado Boulder USA Visit website
Marilyn Price-Mitchell child and adolescent development and youth civic engagement Fielding Graduate University USA Visit website
Ad Bergsma happiness at work Erasmus University Rotterdam Netherlands Visit website
Hein Zegers Positive Psychology and the science of Well-Being University of Humanistic Studies Netherlands Visit website
Monique Sternin Positive Deviance approach Tufts University USA Visit website
Roger Swartz acilitation, leadership, managing change and conflict, and developing effective work groups Harvard University USA Visit website
Ian Rothmann  prospering of people at work, the antecedents and outcomes thereof, and intervention programmes that could contribute to prospering of individuals and organisations North-West University South Africa Visit website
Linda Theron South African communities and youth define resilience, and how our youths’ processes of resilience are embedded in local culture North-West University South Africa Visit website
Tumi Khumalo Optimizing the potential of the youth North-West University South Africa Visit website
John Paul Stephens Psychology of coordination, performance adaptation, performativity/practice, organizational aesthetics, mindfulness/attention, organizational routines and knowledge, high-quality connections, character strengths & strengths-based feedback Case Western Reserve University USA Visit website
Richard Lerner life-span human development, social change, relations between adolescents and their peers, families, schools, and communities Tufts University USA Visit website
Bart Tkaczyk research-based practice and practice-informed research University of California at Berkeley USA Visit website
Rodolfo Mendoza-Denton Intergroup Relations, Stigma, Prejudice, Culture, Education USA Visit website
Michael McCullough forgiveness and gratitude University of Miami USA Visit website
Richard Davidson emotions, kindness, compassion University of Wisconsin-Madison USA Visit website
Jamil Zaki affective science, empathy, positive emotions Stanford Social Neuroscience Laboratory USA Visit website
Daniel Batson altruism, empathic concern, and psychology of religion. University of Tennessee USA Visit website
Timothy Sharp emotional fitness, happiness RMIT University USA Visit website
Ann Marie Roepke posttraumatic growth and positive interventions University of Pennsylvania USA Visit website
Jason van Allen health behavior change and intervention development Texas Tech university USA Visit website
Christine Robitschek Personal Growth Initiative Texas Tech University USA Visit website
Jennifer Aaker meaning, giving, well-being Stanford Graduate School of Business USA Visit website
Shauna Shapiro mindfulness, emotional intelligence Santa Clara University USA https://www.scu.edu/ecp/faculty/counselingpsychology/sshapiro.cfm
Matthew Killingsworth happiness Harvard University USA Visit website
Robert Haringsma effects of self-help, self-discipline, self-confidence VU University Amsterdam The Netherlands https://www.ivpp.nl/psycholoog-amsterdam/
S. Katherine  Nelson joy, positive parenthood, well-being University of California USA https://www.skatherinenelson.com/about.html
Kristen Layous well-being, happiness, positive interventions Stanford University USA https://www.kristinlayous.com/
John Coffey developmental psychology, well-being, human plasticity Claremont Graduate University USA https://www.johnkcoffey.com/
Margaret L. Kern healthy functioning, psychosocial processes underlying health University of Melbourne Australia https://www.margaretkern.org/Welcome.html
Laurence Steinberg positive psychology of adolescence, behavioral development Temple University USA https://www.laurencesteinberg.com/
Mark D. Holder science of happiness, happiness in children Memorial University of Newfoundland Canada https://psyo.ok.ubc.ca/research/happy/about.html
Michael Pluess developmental plasticity, psychological development University of London United Kingdom https://www.michaelpluess.com/
Thomas Chan good mentoring, hedonic and eudaimonic well-being, flow, and purpose in retirement Claremont Graduate University USA https://thomaschanphd.com/about-me/
Jessica Borelli close relationships and emotion in children and adults Pomona college USA https://research.pomona.edu/jessica-borelli/
Kendall Bronk Adolescent development Claremont Graduate University USA https://sites.cgu.edu/bronkk/
Michael Warren meditation, prayer, well-being Claremont Graduate University USA https://www.cgu.edu/pages/5451.asp
Steve Cole genetics, well-being UCLA USA https://people.healthsciences.ucla.edu/institution/personnel?personnel_id=45359
Sarah Algoe gratitude, emotions in social interactions University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill USA https://www.saraalgoe.com/
Laura Wray-Lake social development in youth University of Rochester USA https://www.psych.rochester.edu/people/wray-lake_laura/index.html

Which positive psychology researchers do you know that are not included yet?

Please leave a comment below with your suggestion so that we have a list of researchers to add in one place and so that others can see your suggestion. In case you’d like to submit an headshot of the researcher along with your suggestion, please send it to info@positivepsychologyprogram.com. Thank you!

  1. Donna G Reply

    The George Vaillant web site link is dead.

    • Stephanie Diepering Reply

      Hi Donna, thanks for letting us know. We will make the necessary repairs.

  2. Thanapalan Reply

    Hi I am looking to do a PHD in mindfulness.

    • Stephanie Diepering Reply

      Hello Thanapalan. That is fantastic, you can have a look at this phd page for more information about getting a PP PhD. Best of luck

  3. Katalin Ujhelyi Reply

    Amy Krentzman and her work on Gratitude should also be included

  4. Marsha Huber Reply

    I’d like to be added to your list. I have a UPenn MAPP degree to complement my Ph.D. I am an Associate Professor of Accounting at Youngstown State University, and have published in peer reviewed journals. Recently I have received national press on my happiness research in accounting.

  5. Prof. Sandeep Singh Reply

    Thanks for communicating the list of resource persons working in the area of positive psychology,I am working in the area of positive emotions, well being, and mindfulness.

    Well done

  6. Grant Son Ph. M student Reply

    Good day Seph,

    Thank you for the continued commitment to communicate.


    Are you familiar with the MPhil Coaching degree, books by Dr. Lloyd Chapman – Integrated Experiential Coaching, Dr. Whitmore Grow Coaching Model etc.

    What are your views on the above and how does your practice relate to it?

    Look forward to hearing from you soon.

    Kind regards

  7. Cynthia Reply

    A big smile of thanks in sharing your resources. This really creates a positive cycle of love and caring as I continue to nourish my students in bringing up the faith in them. I am planning to use your materials as I include the family especially the parents so that effective communication will transpire between them.

  8. Margaret MacDonald Reply

    Thank you for this list. I am a management consultant and executive coach and am working on programs for women leaders.
    Where does the work of Martin Siegleman fit into your thinking

    • C Crawford Reply

      Dr.Martin Seligman is the correct spelling. His work is foundational to the whole field

  9. Victoria Poillucci Reply

    I am a Nurse Practitioner and interested in looking at how Hopeful communication remains difficult for physicians/providers to provide to terminal patients at end of life. Any suggestions? I’ve been looking into Dr. Snyder’s work which brought me here. Thank you!

    • Rodney Witmitz Reply

      Have you looked into the growing bank of research on spirituality and health across the globe. There is much evidence to support the positive interplay of people’s faith communities, or hospital chaplains, and such in many people’s recovery and in their facing end of life positively. Australia have a national spirituality and health conference, and I believe there is also a global conference too. These are very research based and not merely pushing a religious view.

    • Melinda Stallings Reply

      Connect with Linda Bark. She has a coaching program :Wisdom of the Whole”. She is phenomenal with a PhD,RN,MCC background and has been utilizing positive “whole body” coaching in the health care field for a very long time. Good luck!

  10. Shivani Reply

    Hi all,
    I am a new researcher and I am from the field of computer science and I want to work on behavioural science with computer science. Thanx for making this site. This may be helpful for me in my research. I want to work on:
    1.the effect of negative TV programs on the audiences
    2. Positive attitude in learning environment.
    I am trying to use it with data mining. Can anybody help me in suggesting some good topic.

    Thank you

    • Reham Al Taher Reply

      Hey Shivani,

      You should check out research on educational video games, positive education, and observational learning. I hope this helps 🙂

  11. Debra Lafler Reply

    Does anyone know of a researcher/professor (or specific doctorate degree) that focuses on Positive Psychology/Well-Being and Spirituality (or spiritual development along with psychology/human development)?

  12. Dr. Mohamed Salem Reply

    I am pleased to be among you in this positive community and thanks to the Editor and all who support this movement.

    • Reham Al Taher Reply

      Thank you, Dr. Mohamed. We’re glad to have you with us.

  13. Mark Liston, PhD Reply

    Dr. Marvin Berkowitz should be on your list. He contributed the chapter on Fairness in Character Strengths and Virtues (Peterson & Seligman, 2004), is the only known endowed chair of Character Education (Un. of Missouri-St. Louis), and has published hundreds of articles. He is an invited speaker at the IPEN Festival this summer.

  14. josephine Reply

    it a good job done thank also for keeping in touch with me

    • Reham Al Taher Reply

      Thank you, Josephine. We are always happy to help 🙂

  15. Francine Hermans Reply

    Fantastic work Seph and others! Thank you so much for creating and sharing this wonderful database! 🙂
    I saw a small inconsistency when I was searching all positive researchers in The Netherlands: in 3 of them the country name is ‘Netherlands’ and in 1 of them the country name is ‘The Netherlands’. So I found only one, when I’d already seen others as well.
    PS: If I come across people that aren’t in the list yet and that should be in, I’ll let you know.

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