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Follow us LIVE at the Pos Psych conference at CGU

By on January 24, 2009 – 3:07 pm  7 Comments

Senia Maymin is the founder and editor-in-chief of She was the series editor for the Positive Psychology News book series that recently published the first book, Resilience: How to Navigate Life's Curves. (Bio, Articles)

We are covering the CGU conference LIVE today.
Follow us here:

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We are also asking the question:
#Qofday: “What is your favorite research finding on happiness?”


  • Hi WJ
    I followed some of the conference on webcast. Barbara Fredrickson mentioned her research on mindfulness & positive emotion. I think the research paper was Fredrickson et al (2008) Jnl of personality & social psych 95, 1044-1062.

  • Louis Alloro says:

    Loved the Twitter updates Senia. Much gratitude.

  • Bridget,thanks so much for leaving the detailed information about Fredickson et al (2008) research on mindfulness and positive emotion. What a bonanza to get this information. I am working on my final integrative project as a Masters student in Counseling Psych, and I am targeting the positive effects of what mindfulness may bring to both the therapist and people who enter into the therapeutic relationship. My Best, JEN

  • Joan Young says:

    Thanks so much for the Twitter updates Senia. I hope that there will be a posting of the conference video at some point available for those of us who sadly missed it! It sounds like it was an enlightening day. Thank you.

  • Senia,
    I plan to post my CGU summary on the 30th. I hope your lovely bits and pieces and my longer article make sense together.


  • jd says:


    Here is a post on storytelling at I thought of your interest in the power of the story.


  • Thank you, Jeff! I think stories can be very powerful. I always think about Albert Bandura saying that psychologists don’t have good social diffusion mechanisms, which is why he turned to serial dramas.


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