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Moving from “Me” to “We”: The Power of Connection in the Search for Happiness

July 27, 2018|

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Moving from “Me” to “We”: The Power of Connection in the Search for Happiness.
Corresponding author: Dr. Christy Teranishi Martinez, Psychology Program, California State University Channel Islands, 1 University Drive, Camarillo, CA 93012. Email: christy.teranishi-martinez@csuci.edu.

 

 

 

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Moving from “Me” to “We”: The Power of Connection in the Search for Happiness

July 27, 2018|

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Moving from “Me” to “We”: The Power of Connection in the Search for Happiness.
Christy Teranishi Martinez, Ph.D. California State University Channel Islands

Corresponding author:Dr. Christy Teranishi Martinez, Psychology Program, California State University Channel Islands, 1 University Drive, Camarillo, CA 93012. Email: christy.teranishi-martinez@csuci.edu.

The pursuit of goals is correlated with greater well-being (Brunstein, 1993; Kiaei & Reio, 2014; Klug […]

Mindful Movement: Self-Determination for the “Running Ape”: A Practice Brief

July 27, 2018|

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Mindful Movement: Self-Determination for the “Running Ape”: A Practice Brief
Josef Mattes, Ph.D.
University of Vienna and Bucks New University

Correspondence author: Dr. Josef Mattes, University of Vienna and Bucks New University:  josef.mattes@univie.ac.at.

Human bodies are made for […]

Character Strengths and Health: Research Summary – Part 1

July 27, 2018|

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Character Strengths and Health: Research Summary – Part 1.
Ryan Niemiec, Psy.D., Education Director, VIA Institute on Character, Cincinnati, Ohio; Alina Yarova, M.P.H., Vice President, Positive Health and Wellness Division, International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA), New […]

Practice Brief: Functional Medicine Health Coaching: A Path to Positive Health

July 27, 2018|

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Practice Brief: Functional Medicine Health Coaching: A Path to Positive Health
Andrea Cook, Ph.D. (left) and Sandra Scheinbaum, Ph.D. (right)
Functional Medicine Coaching Academy

Corresponding author: Dr. Andrea Cook, Functional Medicine Coaching Academy, Inc., Email: andrea@functionalmedicinecoaching.org.

Author Note: […]

Being Happier May Lead to Better Health: Positive Psychological Well-Being and Lifestyle Over 20 Years of Follow-Up

July 27, 2018|

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Being Happier May Lead to Better Health: Positive Psychological Well-Being and Lifestyle Over 20 Years of Follow-Up.
Claudia Trudel-Fitzgerald, Ph.D.1 (pictured left);  Julia K. Boehm, Ph.D.2; Shelley S. Tworoger, Ph.D.1,3; Laura D. Kubzansky, Ph.D., MPH1

1Harvard T.H. […]

Relationship Between Spiritual Coping and Survival in Patients with HIV

July 27, 2018|

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Relationship Between Spiritual Coping and Survival in Patients with HIV.
Ironson, G. (pictured left), Kremer, H., & Lucette, A. (2016).  Journal of General Internal Medicine, 31(9): 1068- 76. doi:10.1007/s11606-016-3668-4

Correspondence Author: Gail Ironson, MD., Ph.D. University of Miami School of Medicine, Email: gironson@aol.com

Background and Objective

Studies of spirituality in initially healthy people have shown a survival advantage, yet there […]

Compassionate love predicts long-term survival among people living with HIV followed for up to 17 years.

July 27, 2018|

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Compassionate love predicts long-term survival among people living with HIV followed for up to 17 years.
Ironson, G., (pictured left) Kremer, H., & Lucette, A. (published online Jul 30, 2017). Compassionate love predicts long-term survival among people living with HIV followed for up to 17 years. Journal of Positive Psychology. 10.1080 /17439760.2017.1350742

Correspondence Author: Gail Ironson, MD., Ph.D. […]

Health, Wellness, and Well-Being: The Need for a Common Terminology

July 27, 2018|

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Health, Wellness, and Well-Being: The Need for a Common Terminology
The Pennsylvania State University

Corresponding Author: Frederick Brown, Department of Psychology, The Pennsylvania State University, email: f3b@psu.edu

 

As our Positive Health and Wellness Division launches its first […]