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Behavioral Science Research Institute was established on July 10, 1968 for the purpose of carrying out scientific research on human behavior and cultivating experts in the field of behavioral science research. For 40 years, the institute created practical psychological knowledge that contributes to the development of Korean society, actively utilizes psychological theories to lead to positive and substantive changes in human behavior, and behavioral science suitable for the changing demands of manpower in Korean society. It has been striving to cultivate experts and create new professional occupations necessary for future society. As a result, numerous experts were generated for academia and industry, and research results such as standardization of Korean colors and development of Korean-style Korean characters were calculated. In 2010, in response to the demands of the time, the future-oriented "convergence-type talent training" was set as the new core purpose of the institute. For this purpose, the institute invited domestic and foreign scholars to host seminars, academic symposiums, colloquiums for graduate students, workshops, and academic conferences.. Various types of government-industry-academic cooperative research projects are also being conducted in which researchers of master's and doctoral courses belonging to this institute participated. .As a result, the results were published in leading academic journals at home and abroad, and domestic patent applications were filed, and researchers from this research institute entered various fields such as academia and research institutes as well as corporations and consulting companies..
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Korea University Wisdom Science Research Center was established to scientifically (quantitatively) validate wisdom through humanities and convergence scientific research, and to educate wisdom and develop social programs through humanities and fusion science research in order to cope with informatization and an aging society. The ultimate research goal of this institute is to contribute to improving national competitiveness and quality of life by laying an academic foundation for the realization of a wise society. The "wisdom science" pursued by this institute includes not only traditional cognitive research topics such as sensation, perception, and knowledge information, but also wisdom, which is the highest level of cognition, and personality development. To this end, we pursue the use of a cyclical and complementary strategy of establishing theory, developing an interface between theory and society, and realizing society. The correlation of events method is being used. It also studies the characteristics of sensation, perception, cognition, and wisdom information processing that facilitate aging and the characteristics of degeneration. For this research, pure scientific research and field-oriented case studies are conducted in parallel, and self-development programs and social adaptation programs are developed by applying the research results.
Phone No : 02-3290-1676
Homepage : http://kumh.korea.ac.kr
The KU Mind Health Institute (KUMH) was established in 2005 to conduct mental health R&D projects and to establish evidence-based models of psychological service in South Korea. The KUMH provides evidence-based psychological treatment and psychological evaluation services for adolescents, adults, and couples in collaboration with 마음건강케이유㈜ CBT center, other psychological clinics, and community mental health centers. Furthermore, The KUMH offers psychological consulting to national and public. The KUMH develops ICT-based psychological services: an ICT-based senior vitality quotient (SVQ), and the Korean mind health index (K-Mind index). Similarly, it created screening tools for depression and anxiety disorders, and machine learning algorithm for personality evaluation. The KUMH has signed MOUs with the National Center for Mental Health and the Korean Psychological Association, providing non-profit, pro vono services for people with emotional distress due to a prolonged COVID-19 pandemic. Research professors, licensed clinical or counseling psychologists, and graduate students are actively involved The KUMH functions as an educational and training institution for graduate students.
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