About the THRIVE (Tracking Health and Relationships In Varying Everyday contexts) Study

We are inviting individuals aged 18 years and above who currently reside in Canada to participate in the THRIVE study. The primary purpose of this study is to better understand people’s thoughts, behaviours and feelings in the current context. The results of our study will help us understand how people can maintain their wellbeing and social connectedness in times of social distancing. 

More about The Health and Adult Development Lab:

The Health and Adult Development Lab is a health psychology laboratory located at the University of British Columbia (Vancouver). We conduct research that examines how social relationships and motivational processes shape well-being and health across the adult lifespan. We also look at how long-term changes in health influence and are influenced by close others such as spouses.

To learn more about our lab and other projects we have conducted/are conducting at the moment, you can visit our website by clicking here.

Who we are:

This study is funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

The primary investigator is Dr. Christiane Hoppmann (Health Psychology, UBC).


If you have any questions, you can contact us at thrive@psych.ubc.ca