Dr. Tim Lomas is a lecturer at the University of East London, where he is the associate programme leader for the MSc in Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology. Tim completed his PhD at the University of Westminster in 2012, focusing on the impact of meditation on men’s mental health. He is the author of numerous books and papers, covering topics including mindfulness, Buddhism, gender, cross-cultural psychology, and neuroscience. His latest book, entitled ‘The Positive Power of Negative Emotions,’ will be published by Piatkus in Autumn 2016. His recent project, focusing on ‘untranslatable words’, was published in the Journal of Positive Psychology in January 2016 (where it is already the journal’s fourth most-read paper ever). Since then, the project has attracted much interest, with articles written about it in publications including The New Yorker, Scientific American, The Sunday Times, The Daily Mail, The Independent, The Stylist, Harper’s Magazine, The Psychologist, The BPS Research Digest, and the Huffington Post.