Applying the Science of Positive Psychology to Improve Society

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Introduction: Determining What Works in the Emerging Positive Social and Human Sciences (30 Minutes)
including
The Past, Present, and Future of Positive Psychology
and
Pre-Presentation of the Clifton Strengths Award


Happiness and Complete Wealth: Implications for Public Policy (30 Minute)


Using Positive Emotions to Enhance Human Flourishing (30 minutes)


Why Character Matters (51 minutes)


First Panel Discussion (30 Minutes)


How Positive Psychosocial Resources Enhance Health and Well-Being (28 Minutes)


Positive Psychology-Inspired Teaching in Public Schools (36 Minutes)


Contexts of Positive Development in Adulthood (33 Minutes)


Seeing the Possibilities in Positive Identities and Organizations (31 Minutes)


The Effects of Positive Leadership on Organizational Performance (33 minutes)



The Discovery and Design of Positive Institutions: How Organizations Magnify High Human Strengths Outward into Our World (36 Minutes)


The Mind and Evolution: The Future of Positive Psychology (33 Minutes)


Closing Panel Discussion (30 minutes)


Claremont Graduate University currently offers M.A. and Ph.D. programs with concentrations in Positive Psychology. Follow the link to read more.