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one month ago

On Wednesday, October 23, leaders of the Work and Organizations Division held a virtual "meet-up" for members.

Watch the video below to meet your division leaders (there are a few ...

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one month ago

Abstract: After studying hope with C.R. Snyder and Shane Lopez and observing the association between hope and depression, suicidal ideation, and anxiety, Dr. Cheavens and colleagues ...

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one month ago

IPPA's student division, SIPPA, is pleased to present the first installment in a new, volunteer-led webinar series designed to connect student members with leaders in the field. 

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2 months ago

Abstract: As a follow-up to her thought-provoking, TED-style talk  at the 5th World Congress, Dr. Shelly Gable will be enlightening us on new research in capitalization and active constructive ...

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3 months ago

Officers for the Positive Health and Wellness Division recently recorded a General Meeting session for all division members. Please watch to learn about the division's activities and ...

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3 months ago

Abstract: In this webinar, Dr. John Zelenski describes the timely concept of nature relatedness (NR) in an increasingly urbanized world and its effects on wellbeing and behavior. Pulling ...

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4 months ago

James Pawelski, Positive Psychology Center, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, United States

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From our earliest days, we are socialized through stories, ...

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4 months ago

Mohsen Joshanloo, Keimyung University, Daegu, DAEGU, South Korea





Global, cross-cultural, and national well-being research has been dominated by a focus on life satisfaction. ...

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4 months ago

Steve Leventhal , CorStone, Baltimore, MD, United States





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For millennia, humankind’s greatest teachers have prescribed love, compassion, and forgiveness as the ...

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4 months ago

John Cryan, University College Cork, Cork, CORK, Ireland



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Ever had a "gut feeling" about something? It turns out, the connection between our gut and our brain ...

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