AllIn-the-News Follow us LIVE at the Pos Psych conference at CGU written by Editor S.M. January 24, 2009 Senia Maymin is the founder and editor-in-chief of PositivePsychologyNews.com. 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: twitter.com/senia * * * We are also asking the question: #Qofday: “What is your favorite research finding on happiness?” Not seeing the pictures for the book links? Disable Adblocking for this site to view them. 7 comments 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Editor S.M. This is the Positive Psychology News Daily site. Please contact us if you would like to participate as a guest author. Editor S.M. is Senia Maymin, in the role of editing for the site. previous post Leaders of the Future next post Change is the Optional Theme for January, 2009 You may also like Positivity: The Leadership Tipping Point March 31, 2010 Life After Bullying: Cultivating Pearls February 16, 2011 Peter Worrell’s Bio January 1, 2007 Spotlight on Two Dynamos of China October 31, 2010 Movie List for the 2010 Holiday Season December 22, 2010 Lesson in Gratitude: The Teacher Taught February 7, 2015 4th ECPP (Part 1/3): Croatia Delivers Fabulous Conference July 15, 2008 Better the Devil You Know August 25, 2010 Sisu: Beyond Perseverance December 15, 2014 Measuring the Nation’s Well-Being – A Skeptical Update August 29, 2011 7 comments Bridget Grenville-Cleave January 25, 2009 - 5:34 am 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. Bridget Reply Louis Alloro January 25, 2009 - 2:14 pm Loved the Twitter updates Senia. Much gratitude. Reply Jennifer Gosk January 25, 2009 - 3:50 pm 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 Reply Joan Young January 25, 2009 - 4:29 pm 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. Reply Kathryn Britton January 25, 2009 - 9:06 pm 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. Kathryn Reply jd January 26, 2009 - 12:36 am Kathryn, Here is a post on storytelling at sciam.org. I thought of your interest in the power of the story. http://www.sciam.com/article.cfm?id=the-secrets-of-storytelling Jeff Reply Kathryn Britton January 27, 2009 - 8:17 pm 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. Kathryn Reply Leave a Reply to Bridget Grenville-Cleave Cancel Reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.