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Positive Psychology News Digest on Mappalicious | No. 48/2016

My favorite pieces covering Positive Psychology and adjacent from (roughly) the last seven days. New York Magazine: It’s Possible to Train Yourself to Be More Optimistic by Drake Baer Bakadesuyo: 4 Easy Tricks That Will Make You Productive by Eric Barker APA: Motivate Employees By Supporting Their Autonomy by Christopher Budnick Psychology Today: Thinking Errors […]

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Positive Psychology News Digest on Mappalicious | No. 47/2016

My favorite pieces covering Positive Psychology and adjacent from (roughly) the last seven days. Guardian: Reasons to be cheerful: how putting other people first will make you happy by Dan Ariely New York Magazine: The Chinese Word for Anger Shows the Best Way to Get Mad by Drake Baer Guardian: Why rewards can backfire by […]

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