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Applying the Science of Positive Psychology to Improve Society

By on January 21, 2009 – 3:26 pm  5 Comments

Kathryn Britton, MAPP '06, is the associate editor for PPND and recently the book author for the first two books in the PPND series, Resilience: How to Navigate Life's Curves and Gratitude: How to Appreciate Life's Gifts. She also writes regularly for PPND and in her own blog, Positive Psychology Reflections. Full bio. Articles.



CGU LogoClaremont University which offers PhD program in Positive Psychology is hosting a webcast conference of some of the leading researchers in the field, including Mihaly Csikszentimihalyi, Martin Seligman, Ed Diener, and Barbara Fredrickson.

It’s $25.00 for the day-long webcast.

When: Saturday, January 24, 2009 from 8:45 AM – 6:15 PM (PT)

Where: Claremont Graduate University – Distance-Based Course – May be completed from anywhere in the world

To register and get more information, click here.

From the Web site:

Claremont Graduate University is proud to announce that it will host a day-long event to celebrate the emerging positive social and human sciences, and to push their boundaries. Leaders and leading scholars from across the positive science landscape will gather in Claremont on Saturday, January 24, 2009 to discuss Applying the Science of Positive Psychology to Improve Society.

This day of thoughtful reflection will include presentations and panel discussions. Opportunities will also be given for audience members to pose their own questions about how to use the science of positive psychology to benefit societies across the globe.

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