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2 years ago

Lindsey Godwin, Champlain College, Burlington, United States


Appreciative Inquiry’s Positive Change Equation





I’m excited to share an overview of our forthcoming book ...

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2 years ago

Martin Seligman, Christopher Peterson, Ed Diener


New Directions in Positive Psychology





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2 years ago

Ignacio Pavez, Chile


An Empirical Understanding of Appreciative Organizing as a Way to Reframe Group Development


This presentation describes my research comparing diagnostic ...

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2 years ago

Elise L. Rice, National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, United States


Do Positive Spontaneous Thoughts Function as Incentive Salience?


This presentation explores how positive ...

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2 years ago

Linda Robson, United Kingdom


Ratios for flourishing in the Midst of Change: A Study of the P/N Ratios in Ten Organizations and Their Enterprise-Wide Change Initiatives


It’s ...

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2 years ago

Jamil Zaki, Stanford University, United States


Ted-Style Talk: Choosing Empathy


Abstract: Empathy–people’s ability to share and understand others’ emotions–supports moral ...

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2 years ago

Angela Duckworth, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, United States


Character: A Tripartite Taxonomy


Abstract: Dr. Duckworth will present empirical data on middle school ...

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2 years ago

Tania Singer, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Leipzig, Germany


Plasticity of the Social Brain: Effects of a One-Year Mental Training Study on Brain ...

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2 years ago

Sonja Lyubomirsky, University of California Riverside, Riverside, United States


Whither Happiness? When, How, and Why Positive Activities Might Undermine Versus Boost Well-Being


Abstract: Happiness ...

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2 years ago

Martin Seligman, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, United States


Positive Psychology: Future, Present, Past


Abstract: A personal walk through the history of the discipline.


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