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IPPA wants to further the science of positive psychology across the globe and to ensure that the field continues to rest on this science. Second, IPPA wants to work for the effective and responsible application of positive psychology in diverse areas such as organizational psychology, counseling and clinical psychology, business, health, education, and coaching. The third mission of the organization is to foster education and training in the field. In all of these endeavors, we want to create rigorous standards for positive psychology, so that the field always represents the very best levels of current knowledge.

Jane Dutton, PhD

May 13, 2014|

Compassion at Work

Barbara Fredrickson, PhD

May 13, 2014|

3rd World Congress on Positive Psychology
Positivity Resonance: How Love Creates Health
Barbara Fredrickson, Ph.D.

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Dianne Vella-Brodrick, Ph.D.

April 1, 2014|

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Stephen G. Post, Ph.D.

April 1, 2014|

It’s Good to Be Good

Post has addressed the U.S. Congress on volunteerism and public health, and received the Congressional Certificate of Special Recognition for Outstanding Achievement. He was selected as the Public Member of the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) Composite Committee (2000-2005).  In 2012, Post received the Pioneer Medal for Outstanding Leadership in HealthCare from HealthCare Chaplaincy […]

Richard Davidson, Ph.D.

April 1, 2014|

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Student Scholarships Available for WCPP Travel

March 31, 2014|

The SIPPA Executive Committee is also happy to report that IPPA will be offering numerous student scholarships to the upcoming World Congress of Positive Psychology (#WCPP) in Los Angeles, CA, USA. Please take some time to apply for one of these scholarships, if interested; the deadline is April 8th, 2013. Applications are open to currently enrolled full-time students in […]

Executive Committee Positions Opening Up

March 31, 2014|

The SIPPA Executive Committee (EC) is seeking students passionate about PP and dedicated to furthering the mission of SIPPA to replace several outstanding members of the EC as their two-year terms are ending. Our plan is to elect new EC members in time to take over from current members at the upcoming Third World Congress of Positive Psychology. Specifically, […]

Third World Congress Planning Guide

March 31, 2014|

Leading up to the conference:

Think and plan ahead to save money and maximize the experience

Make sure your membership with IPPA/SIPPA is current
Register early or as soon as you know you can attend
Book your hotel early

Conference hotels can help save time and money when getting around locally
You are also more likely to meet your future mentor or collaborator at the […]

Book Review: Love 2.0 by Barbara Fredrickson

March 31, 2014|

Love, if you take Dr. Barbara Fredrickson at her word in her new book, Love 2.0, is everywhere—at least, potentially. No longer the fairytale stuff of Hollywood legend, this new version is defined by the momentary sharing of positive emotion, the potential for which is present in virtually every moment. Even if she still deems love the “supreme emotion,” […]

Student Spotlight – S. Katherine (Katie) Nelson

March 31, 2014|

This month we interviewed S. Katherine (Katie) Nelson, an emerging scholar and graduate student from Sonja Lyubomirksy’s lab.  She has authored several publications over the last year that have been featured in the national media and positive psychology circles.  She also plans to present at the upcoming World Congress on Positive Psychology, so we appreciate Katie taking time to […]