Positive Psychology News Digest on Mappalicious | No. 35/2016

My favorite pieces covering Positive Psychology and adjacent from (roughly) the last seven days.

New York Times: Making Modern Toughness by David Brooks


New York Magazine: How to Motivate Your Employees: Give Them Compliments and Pizza by Melissa Dahl


Slate: Sad Face: Another classic finding in psychology—that you can smile your way to happiness—just blew up by Daniel Engber


Washington Post: Life got better for pretty much everyone under Obama by Christopher Ingraham


Psychology Today: Is Positive Psychology Burning You Out by Michelle McQuaid


New York Times: Do You Believe in God, or Is That a Software Glitch? by Kate Murphy


Guardian: Hunting for hygge, a new ingredient in Denmark’s recipe for happiness by Richard Orange


Guardian: If you want to practise mindfulness, the garden is the place to be by Tom Smart


Psychology Today: How to Spot Authenticity by Stephen Joseph


ABC Australia: Gut health, mental wellbeing and immunity linked to outdoor play by Layla Tucak


Fast Company: What Happened When I Pretended To Be Outgoing For A Week by Stephanie Vozza

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Positive Psychology News Digest on Mappalicious | No. 28/2016

My favorite pieces covering Positive Psychology and adjacent from (roughly) the last seven days.

Atlantic: Can this app make me happier? by Julie Beck


Positive Psychology News Daily: Are There Items on Today’s To-Do List that Bring You Joy? by Kathryn Britton


Esquire: 6 Surprising Things Science Says Will Make You Happy by Olivia Ovenden


Telegraph: Should happiness be part of the school curriculum? by Olivia Parker


Huffington Post: Can Your Building Make You Healthier? by Dan Probst


The Positive Organization: Denial and Reality by Robert Quinn


ABC: Connecting the dots between happiness and a sense of meaning by Sophie Scott


USA Today: Educators see gold in Pokémon Go by Greg Toppo


Time: Practice doesn’t make perfect, actually by Zachary Hambrick & Fredrik Ullén


Heleo: Scott Barry Kaufman and Sarah Lewis on the Art and Science of Creativity, no author

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