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Fighting bullies with babies
David Bornstein, from The New York Times's Opinionator, talks about Dr. Schonert-Reichl's work evaluating the Roots of Empathy program. The New York Times, November 2010.

Groundbreaking Vancouver study shines a light on what kids need
A newspaper article about Dr. Schonert-Reichl's research on The Middle Years Development Instrument (pdf). The Province Newspaper, September 2010. Full Report (pdf).

Why Mindfulness?
An article about Dr. Schonert-Reichl's research on the MindUP program (pdf). The Greater Good Guide to Mindfulness, May 2010.

La Sociedad es la Responsable de la Crisis de Valores
Interview with Dr. Schonert-Reichl in Spanish (pdf). ABC Madrid, October 2009

Freedom to Flourish Helps the Isle of Man Score a European First
Article about Roots of Empathy (pdf). Isle of Man, October 2009

The Peace Summit Two Weeks Later
Newspaper article about the Vancouver Peace Summit 2009 (pdf). Vancouver Sun, October 2009

Educating the Heart
Newspaper article about the MindUP curriculum (pdf). Vancouver Sun, September 2009

Vancouver Peace Summit 2009
Feature section on the Peace Summit (pdf). Common Ground, September 2009

UBC professor Kim Schonert-Reichl joins Dalai Lama at Vancouver Peace Summit
Vancouver Peace Summit (pdf). Georgia Straight, September 2009

Learn by Cooing: Empathy Lessons from Little Tykes
Article about Roots of Empathy (pdf). Wall Street Journal, February 2008.

UBC's Other United Way Contribution: Research
Report on The United Way of the Lower Mainland (pdf). UBC Reports, October 2007.

Listen to What the Kids Say They Need for Happiness and Health
Newspaper article on The United Way of the Lower Mainland (pdf). The Vancouver Sun, March 2007.

Prof Examines Baby’s Power to Teach Empathy
Report on the Roots of Empathy Program (pdf). UBC Reports, September 2005.

Taking Lessons from a Baby
Article about Roots of Empathy (pdf). The Greater Good Magazine, Spring/Summer 2005.