2006 Gallup Positive Psychology Summit

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This page is for notes from the 2006 Positive Psychology Summit held at the Gallup Building in Washington DC. These notes are the reconstructed and filtered opinions of attendees and as such, do not represent any official record or official viewpoint of any of the presenters. No attendee could reasonably attend every session or write down every wonderful detail as well, so please excuse the incompleteness. Still, in the spirit of positive psychology, it is hoped that these notes prove useful to positive psychology researchers.

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Contents

Workshop: Teaching Positive Psychology - Tal Ben-Shahar

"This is a class I wanted to take as an undergrad". "people can tell when you are talking from the inside...share your own experiences."


PANEL: WELL-BEING IN AFRICA


RICHARD FLORIDA - The Flight of the Creative Class: The New Global Competition for Talent

BARBARA FREDRICKSON Positive Emotions Broaden Your Mind and Build the Life You Want

MICHAEL STEGER - The Pursuit of Meaning in Life

University of Louisville (KY) USA

PENN MASTER OF APPLIED POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY

DANIEL KAHNEMAN - The Structure of Well-Being in Two Cities

CHRISTOPHER PETERSON & NANSOOK PARK Character Strengths and Virtues: Recent Findings

MIHALY CSIKSZENTMIHALYI Flow: History, Theory and Applications

JON HAIDT How to Flourish Using Ancient Wisdom and Modern Science

Poster Notes

Other Notes

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