Monthly Archives: March 2012

#298 The Relationship Between Positive Psychology and Health Outcomes with Lisa Aspinwall, PhD

Lisa G. Aspinwall Ph.D., is associate professor of psychology at the University of Utah, US, and a member of the Huntsman Cancer Institute. Her research program examines self-regulatory processes and future-oriented thinking (proactive coping, optimism, prevention) as people seek to anticipate, prevent, understand, and manage important negative outcomes, especially in the domain of health. She […]

#297 Engineering Happiness with Rakesh Sarin, PhD

#296 Critiquing Positive Psychology as Cancer Treatment with James Coyne, PhD

James C. Coyne, Ph.D is Director of the Behavioral Oncology Program, Abramson Cancer Center and Professor of Psychology, Department of Psychiatry, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. Here is a

#295 Mythology and the Spiritual Journey with Richard Naegle, PhD

Transcript Richard Naegle PhD describes himself in the following terms: “I have always been interested in the unfolding of soul—as found in culture, art, ecology, and individuals. Having studied international relations at Occidental College and Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, I returned from Europe in 1968 to a United States torn by the […]