Tag Archives: Seligman

#355 Current Developments in Positive Psychology with Stewart Donaldson PhD

Stewart I. Donaldson PhD is Professor of Psychology, Dean, & Director of the Claremont Evaluation Center at Claremont Graduate University, USA. He is the Chair of the International Positive Psychology Association’s 2013 World Congress of Positive Psychology in Los Angeles, June 27-30. Donaldson’s recent research focuses on positive organizational psychology and the design and evaluation […]

#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

#294 – The Dark Side of Seligman’s Comprehensive Soldier Fitness with Stephen Soldz PhD

an article he co-authored which is critical of Martin Seligman’s initiative with the U.S. Army. He has received media attention as a vocal critic regarding allegations of the use of psychological torture by the U.S. government in its conduct of the War in Iraq and the War on Terror. In August 2007, Soldz publicly challenged […]

#282 – A Hollywood Perspective on Story with Producer Lindsay Doran

#271 -“Happy,” The Movie, with Roko Belic

Transcript HAPPY. HAPPY combines powerful human stories from around the world with cutting edge science to give us a deeper understanding of our most valued emotion. Podcast: Play in new window | Download

#270 – Unlocking Psychological Wealth with Robert Biswas-Diener, PhD

Transcript Dr. Robert Biswas-Diener is widely known as the Indiana Jones of Positive Psychology because his research on happiness has taken him to such far flung places as Greenland, India and Kenya. He is a part-time instructor at Portland State University and sits on the editorial boards of the Journal of Happiness Studies and Journal […]