The keynotes by Elizabeth Dunn discuss the effect of money on people's psychological well-being.
Dunn earned a BA, MS and Ph.D in psychology from Harvard University and the University of Victoria. She earned status as a post-doctorate fellow at the University of New South Wales upon graduating before becoming a associate and assistant professor at the University of British Columbia two short years afterwards. She is still a professor at UBC currently.
Dunn has received several research and teaching awards, including the Robert E. Knox Master Teaching Award in 2010.
She has authored one book titled 'Happy Money,' which is due to be out in 2013.
By weighing the positive and negative effects of money, the keynotes by Elizabeth Dunn explain how it ties into the pursuit of happiness.
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