Positive Interventions

Positive Interventions

Positive intervention has always been approached with caution and explanation regarding that actual intent and application. First, positive interventions are not an exclusive substitute for other types of therapy that might benefit from tandem application. Second,...

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Positive Emotions

Positive Emotions

Positive Emotions have been extensively studied by evolutionary psychologist Barbara Fredrickson. Their role in the lives of our ancestors, she argues, was one which fuelled survival. The evolutionary benefits of negative emotions in evoking the ‘fight or flight’...

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Optimism vs. Pessimism

Optimism vs. Pessimism

Just from looking at the title, you are probably assuming that in the Positive Psychology world optimism is a main-stay in the diet. Yes, optimism does have benefits related to well-being. However, we also know that it can be overdone and that pessimism rightly has a...

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Research

Please click here for 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 who would like to collaborate.

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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.