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An Optimal Level of Happiness for Academic Achievement?

The Department for Schools, Children and Families conducted a study in 2009 along with Ofsted called the Tellus4 Survey. The survey aimed to assess the happiness levels of 150,000 15-16 year olds across England. They focused on five key areas of wellbeing including levels of emotional health, substance abuse and bullying along with how often teenagers volunteered in their local community and took part in sport. The results surprisingly highlighted Knowsley

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Clarity is … deciding

Deciding “A woman who cuts her hair is about to change her life” ~ Coco Chanel For years, I’ve wanted to know what it was like for women who had to cut all their hair off because of cancer related treatments. I’ve seen the wigs, the scarves, the confident bald heads... read more
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What Is Positive Psychology?

Want to know what the foremost researchers and practitioners say about positive psychology? We asked 20 leading experts in the field of positive psychology the question, “What exactly is positive psychology?”


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Whether you are new to Positive Psychology, a student, researcher, practitioner or academic, you can be one of the Positive Psychology People. We welcome your questions, articles, blogs and suggestions.



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Here you will find links to positive psychology research from around the world. Soon, we will  offer the first internet ‘dating’ service to match MAPP dissertation students with people in the ‘real world’ who would like to collaborate.


Please click here to download your complimentary copy of ’10 Ways to Improve Well-being’ by Bryony Shaw MAPP. We will be adding to our available downloads regularly.