Tag Archives: Martin Seligman

#393 – The Science and Practice of Gratitude with Robert A. Emmons PhD

Transcript Dr. Robert Emmons’ research is at the interface of personality psychology, the psychology of emotion and the psychology of religion. His primary interests are in the psychology of gratitude and the psychology of personal goals, and how each is related to positive psychological processes, including happiness, well-being, and personality integration. Emmons is Editor-in-Chief of […]

#281 – Short Interviews from Positive Psychology Congress and A Laughter Yoga Session

Today’s episode is a two-parter. First it features short interviews with attendees at the Second World Congress on Positive Psychology, held in Philadelphia earlier this summer. The second part features brief interviews with the teacher and students at a local Laughter Yoga session, I recently attended in Petaluma, California. The photo is a picture of […]

#276 – At The Second World Congress on Positive Psychology: Part 1 with Dr. Martin Seligman & Others

Dr. Martin Seligman needs little introduction. He’s arguably one of the most famous and influential psychologists alive. His work first on learned helplessness and later on optimism solidly established his reputation. Then, as president of the American Psychological Association in 1998, he essentially created a new field within psychology, which he called Positive Psychology. His […]

#69 – From 60 Minutes Producer to Positive Psychologist with John Drimmer

#65 – Clinical Applications of Positive Psychology with Judy Saltzberg

Transcript Judy Saltzberg Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist who practices from a cognitive-behavioral perspective. A Founding Fellow of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy, she supervises therapists Podcast: Play in new window | Download

#61 – Discovering Positive Psychology with James Pawelski, Ph.D.

Transcript For the past five years or so, Positive Psychology has been the next big thing in psychology. Dr. James Pawelski is currently the director of education at the University of Pennsylvania’s Positive Psychology Center, which supports the University’s newest masters program, the Master of Applied Positive Psychology. Podcast: Play in new window | Download