Welcome to the Fifth World Congress Collection!
This collection includes presentations from the Fifth World Congress on Positive Psychology, which occurred in Montréal, Canada, July 13 -16, 2017.
More than thirty plenary and invited speakers generously authorized IPPA to share recordings of their presentations with members for educational purposes.
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Full List of Presentations
Patty Van Cappellen
Elise L. Rice
Robert J Vallerand
TED-Style Talk: The Case for “Thank You”
Loss, Trauma and Human Resilience: From Heterogeneity to Flexibility
Positive Leadership and Positive Energy
Spirituality as a Path From and Toward Positivity
Creating Turning Points
Plenary Presentation: Genomic Perspectives on Human Well-being
Appreciative Inquiry and the Macro Promise of Positive Psychology
TED-Style Talk – Positive Psychology & Impacting Policy
Ted-Style Talk: Positive Health Psychology
Towards a Planetary Consciousness
Character: A Tripartite Taxonomy
Collective Workplace Flourishing
Measuring Well-Being through Big Data
Flourishing As We Age: A View From Our Telomeres
Positive emotions produce nonconscious and increasing motives…
Ted-Style Talk: Capitalizing on the Positives in Close Relationships
Appreciative Inquiry’s Positive Change Equation
Meaning and Randomness
Whither Happiness? When, How, and Why Positive Activities Might Undermine Versus Boost Well-Being
Positive Affect Intervention to Help People Cope with Health-Related Stress: Progress, Promise, and Lessons Learned
An Empirical Understanding of Appreciative Organizing
Do Positive Spontaneous Thoughts Function as Incentive Salience?
Ratios for flourishing in the Midst of Change
Positive Psychology: Future, Present, Past
Plasticity of the Social Brain
Meaning: Bringing Durable Flourishing to Life
New Developments on a Theory of Passion
Know Your Happiness: Effects of using the Happiness Indicator
Ted-Style Talk: Choosing Empathy
15 Minute Talks
To access the videos, please log into the website (below) with your member account username (email) and password. If you need help, please find directions here.
If you presented at the 5th World Congress on Positive Psychology and would like to share your materials with IPPA members, please upload your slides as a .pdf file here.
Please consider joining IPPA to benefit from unlimited access to the Virtual Learning Library, and to support the field of positive psychology worldwide.
Teaching Well-being Enhances Academic Performance
Accepted Presenter Slides
Thank you to our members who contributed their knowledge to the positive psychology commons. If you presented at the 5th World Congress and would like to contribute your work, please upload your slides as a .pdf file here.
Ricardo Arguis Rey
Kaori Sato, Yamagata University
Dr. Marike Schotanus-Dijkstra
* Positive Education for All Schools: Resources to Promote Mindfulness and Character Strengths
* The difference between hedonia and eudaimonia
* Sensory-Processing Sensitivity Correlates with Activation in Brain Regions Involved in Positive Emotionality
* Translating the Science of Positive Psychology to Scale, Learnings from Three Case Studies: TecMilenio University, The State of Wellbeing, and the Comprehensive Soldier Fitness
* A mixed methods approach to develop a theory of ikigai among Japanese college students: Part I, grounded theory
* A mixed methods approach to develop a theory of ikigai among Japanese college students: Part II, structural equation modeling
* Coaching as a Social Justice Intervention – Empowerment for the Minority, Oppressed and Invisible
* Developing positive communities: a study on the implementation of community group therapy for the promotion of mental health among elderly.
* Libraries Empowering Learners for a Lifetime
* Leading with Courage
* Nature is Lumpy: Goal-Risk Pairings and Types of Courage
* Non-limited/ limited view toward environment and beliefs about will-power
* How to flourish in everyday life?
* Pleasant Presence: An effective theme in a group positive training for High Functioning Autistic children
* Nature as a resource for healthy people, communities, and environments