Frederick Brown and Lisa Miller are the co-editors of division publication The Chronicle of Advances in Positive Health and Well-Being, which has just published its first issue.
Dr. Frederick M. Brown is an Associate Professor of Psychology as well as the Director of the Human Performance Rhythms Laboratory at The Pennsylvania State University. He is a faculty member in the graduate cognitive psychology program and a teaching member in the University’s Schreyer Honors College program. Initially trained as a clinical psychologist, he switched to experimental to study the rhythms of life and their biological, psychological, and social effects upon human performance in illness and health, always emphasizing human strengths for illness prevention and health maintenance. With his wife, psychologist Dr. Cynthia LaJambe, he recently published a psychology textbook entitled Positive Psychology and Well-Being: Applications for Enhanced Living (2017).
Dr. Lisa Miller is a Professor of Health Sciences with 20 years of experience in research, teaching, and service focused on developing altruistic leadership for improving health and well-being. She has expertise in teaching and designing online courses with a passion for collaboration on innovative health education projects, such as the HarvardX initiative. She received a Doctorate in Sport and Exercise Management with a Specialization in Counseling and Sport Psychology from Ohio State University, a Master of Labor and Human Resources degree from The Fisher College of Business at Ohio State University with a Specialization in Training and Development, and a Graduate Concentration in Religious Studies and Education from Harvard University. Dr. Miller also provides consulting to various organizations to develop the combination of highly effective and highly altruistic leaders who focus on improving the health and well-being of those they serve.