Christiane Hoppmann’s research examines how key psychological factors such as social relationships and goals contribute to the successful mastery of challenges and foster healthy aging. Her projects involve in-depth investigations of everyday processes using novel daily life assessments ('time-sampling') and track how such everyday life processes accumulate over time to manifest in long-term health outcomes. Christiane is an Associate Professor and Canada Research Chair in the Psychology Department at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. She is also a core member of the UBC Center for Hip Health and Mobility.
Dr. Christiane Hoppmann's Lab: The Health and Adult Development Laboratory
Dr. Christiane Hoppmann's Affiliations: Department of Psychology, UBC
Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, UBC