Positive Consequences: The Impact of an Undergraduate Course on Positive Psychology

  title={Positive Consequences: The Impact of an Undergraduate Course on Positive Psychology},
  author={Kimberly E. Kleinman and C. Asselin and G. Henriques},
  • Kimberly E. Kleinman, C. Asselin, G. Henriques
  • Published 2014
  • Psychology
  • Psychology
  • With the rise of positive psychology and burgeoning evidence base, graduate and undergraduate institutions are now teaching positive psychology as an academic course. Little is known however about its effects. Therefore, the current study sought to develop a positive psychology course conceptually grounded in theory, while also exploring the extent to which the course impacted student well-being. The 25 students enrolled in the class, and a second group of 26 students who were enrolled in… CONTINUE READING
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