Martin F Lynch 6th World Congress on Positive Psychology 2019

Martin F Lynch

Martin F. Lynch, a clinical psychologist, is an Associate Professor in the counseling and counselor education program at the Warner School of Education, University of Rochester. He earned his doctoral degree in psychology at Rochester under the supervision of Professor Richard M. Ryan, co-founder of Self-determination Theory. Lynch's research focuses on the effects of social context on human motivation, personality development, and well-being. His current research interests include cross-cultural issues in the study of basic needs and well-being and the application of self-determination theory to psychotherapy. Lynch, who spent a year at Kazan Federal University under a Fulbright teaching and research grant, has also been a full-time faculty member at the University of South Florida (Department of Psychology), and has served as a leading research fellow at the National Research University Higher School of Economics in Moscow, Russia.

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