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Articles by Shannon Polly and Genevieve Douglass

Shannon Polly is a corporate communications trainer, facilitator, and coach in Washington, D.C. and the founder of a boutique consulting firm, where she applies positive psychology to leadership development. Shannon created workshops on Positive Management and Change Management, and she has facilitated resilience training for the U.S. Army. Shannon also has solo articles here and articles with Louisa Jewell here. Genevieve Douglass consults on organizational behavior topics including motivation, goal-setting, information sharing, and well-being. She also works on research at Columbia and Fordham Universities, studying how people find and develop callings, experience stress in negotiation, and regulate their attention and emotions. Genna's solo articles are here.

APS Part 2: Goals, Perceptions, and a Challenge to Broaden and Build
June 15, 2011 – 11:42 am | 7 Comments
Goals and targets

The 23rd Annual American Psychological Science convention took place May 25-29th in Washington, DC. The theme was Convergence: Connecting Levels of Analysis in Psychological Science. This second of two reports covers presentations by psychologists Eddie Harmon, Shana Cole, and Gary Latham as well as a Wikipedia call-to-action by APS president, Mahzarin Banaji.

APS Conference, Part 1: Mirror Neurons and Sex Difference in Language
June 14, 2011 – 10:02 am | No Comment

The 23rd Annual American Psychological Science convention took place May 25-29th in Washington, DC. The theme was Convergence: Connecting Levels of Analysis in Psychological Science. This first of two reports on the conference covers the keynote speech by neuroscientist, Giacomo Rizzolatti, discoverer of the mirror neuron system, and James Pennebaker’s work on language use.

Shannon Polly and Genevieve Douglass
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