2006 Gallup Positive Psychology Summit

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* Gable & Dweck - It is a challenge to think about good things as deeply as bad....We talk about both, but we talk in greater depth about bad things.
* Gable & Dweck - It is a challenge to think about good things as deeply as bad....We talk about both, but we talk in greater depth about bad things.
* Leverage strengths (peterson)
* Leverage strengths (peterson)
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* [www.Pennpositivepsych.org]
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* [http://www.Pennpositivepsych.org]
* 5 speakers who talked about their experience in the program and what they are currently doing with it.
* 5 speakers who talked about their experience in the program and what they are currently doing with it.
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** Thegreenberggroup.org worked on increasing strengths and engaged moments of employees in an IT organization with help from an enthusiastic sponsor within the organization.
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** [http://www.Thegreenberggroup.org] worked on increasing strengths and engaged moments of employees in an IT organization with help from an enthusiastic sponsor within the organization.
** A lawyer talked about positive and negative explanatory styles in lawyers...negativity actually predicts success in lawyers, perhaps related to ideas of depth of processing that negative moods elicit
** A lawyer talked about positive and negative explanatory styles in lawyers...negativity actually predicts success in lawyers, perhaps related to ideas of depth of processing that negative moods elicit
*** instrinsic to extrinsic motivation shift as lawyers complete school and begin their careers
*** instrinsic to extrinsic motivation shift as lawyers complete school and begin their careers
*** high depression rates.
*** high depression rates.
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** Flourishingschools.org workshops to bring out the best in teachers
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** [http://www.Flourishingschools.org] workshops to bring out the best in teachers
*** 5 parts over 3 days
*** 5 parts over 3 days
*** Via strengths.
*** Via strengths.

Revision as of 00:59, 18 October 2006

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

Day reconstruction...difmax happy minus max tense, angry, depress? U index how often neg 18% amer women...21 on wwekday 14 weekend...top 10% account for 40% In columbus and france Similar results....low energy...sleep quality...affective disposition Engaged leisure eatinf talking passive leisure. Home compulsory work commute American women less happy in childcare...much more with children...better social...pet almost as good as friend...us better working...french better eating...frnch advantage by having vacations....

Life factors impact life sat...not experienced

Cost benefit of mates.....married less alone...more w fam less w friends more compulsory home tasks less discretionary activities....people who are rich work a lot and don't like it much more

2 dimensions of happiness.....pleasure and arousal....satisfied equals aroused but tense

Improving time use in addition to attention


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

Peterson strengths....age eq more religious. Less humor...married eq more forgive

Content analysis of talk about child Youth most love, kind. Creative, humor, curious Less authentic, grateful, modest, forgiving, open minded

Gratitude comes at 7 related happ Maintaining curiosity leads to happiness in adults...all children are this way Positive outcomes Military eq love Teacher eq zest humor academic kids contr iq eq persevere love, grat Happy kids eq love, hope, zest, grat Parenting....parent self control eq child hap

Faith hope and love up after 9 11

Use signature strengths in novel ways less depr and more happy

Tradeoff graph....heart mind....self other


MIHALY CSIKSZENTMIHALYI Flow: History, Theory and Applications

Claremont Graduate University (CA) USA Flow

Focused attention Less self conscious Action and awareness merge Freedom from work about failure Forget about time Experience is its own reward auto telic

Conditions Clear goals at every step Immediate feedback to actions Balance between challenge and skill else anxiety or boredom

Talk about buildings in denmark and getty center Examples like poet, chess

Fast company article on flow


JON HAIDT How to Flourish Using Ancient Wisdom and Modern Science

University of Virginia (VA) USA

Haidt ancient wisdom Rider driver vs elephant Flourishing class Train elephant Change elephant surrounding Understand rider elephant relationship

We are moralistic hypocrites...accurate of others...blind to self Naive realism Motivated reasoning search for evidence on side we want to suppport Manacheism bush bin laden vs samsara Foundations of morals 5 groups Harm fairness ingroup authority purity

sacred victim vs Sacred system Liberals use victim...conserv use all 5 Diversity and mobility lead to thin morality

Happiness hypothesis... From outside getting what you want or from within...auth hap goos work,love and strengths in service of others... Ultrasociality bees wasps ants termites moles and us Slider switch of altruism Good leader makes good hive Happiness comes from between relationships


Poster Notes

Other Notes

Res competitions on pos energy and place oct 4-6 2006...mysore conference?

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