Is poor mental health a reflection of our environment rather than ourselves? with Jean M. Twenge
In this week's episode, we have an extraordinary guest, Jean M. Twenge, a distinguished professor of psychology at San Diego State University. Jean's remarkable research has led to over 180 scientific publications and seven groundbreaking books, including her latest work, "Generations: The Real Differences between Gen Z, Millennials, Gen X, Boomers, and Silence, and What They Mean for America's Future." Today, we delve into her fascinating findings and the profound implications they hold for society's mental health.
In today's episode, Jean reveals thought-provoking insights into how our beliefs and mental health are influenced by the ever-changing world around us. Jean explains that mental health issues are not solely individual problems but, rather, environmental ones and how collective efforts could pave the way for a mentally healthier society.
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