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How to Be Happy! Positive Psychology in Action

(Streaming Video - 2009)
How to Be Happy! Positive Psychology in Action
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This program illustrates the application of positive psychology through a powerful workshop in which participants increase their awareness of what creates happiness by performing acts of indulgence, altruism, and gratitude. How to Be Happy also considers whether wealth, friendship, religion, job satisfaction, raising children, and getting older typically do or don't promote happiness. An fMRI study on the effect of deep meditation on the brain, a segment on laughter yoga, and a case study of Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, a very successful company whose management style is firmly based on the principles of positive psychology, round out the program.
Title: How to be happy! positive psychology in action
[electronic resource (video)]
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2009], c2008
Notes: Films on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware
Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on Jan. 12, 2009
Contents: Positive Psychology (3:59)
Happiness Skills Workshop (4:05)
Happiness and Hedonism (3:47)
Emotions and Brain Pathways (3:28)
Happiness and Public Service (2:40)
Search for Happiness (3:58)
What Makes People Happy? (2:56)
Happy Work Place (3:51)
Happiness Yoga and Happiness Coaches (3:51)
Happiness: Gratitude Visits (4:32)
Happiness Levels (3:26)
Pursuit of Happiness (1:43)
Restrictions on Access: Access requires authentication through Films on Demand
Summary: This program illustrates the application of positive psychology through a powerful workshop in which participants increase their awareness of what creates happiness by performing acts of indulgence, altruism, and gratitude. How to Be Happy also considers whether wealth, friendship, religion, job satisfaction, raising children, and getting older typically do or don't promote happiness. An fMRI study on the effect of deep meditation on the brain, a segment on laughter yoga, and a case study of Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, a very successful company whose management style is firmly based on the principles of positive psychology, round out the program.
Audience: 11 & up
Statement of Responsibility: Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Current Frequency: v
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Organization of Materials: z
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System Details: System requirements: FOD playback platform
Mode of access: Internet
Subject Headings: Social structure Self-care, Health Self Social aspects Psychology, Industrial Psychology, Applied Personality Organizational behavior Mental health Mental health Study and teaching Culture Educational films Autonomy (Psychology)
Genre/Form: Online films
Internet videos
Educational films
Topical Term: Social structure
Self-care, Health
Self
Psychology, Industrial
Psychology, Applied
Personality
Organizational behavior
Mental health
Mental health
Culture
Educational films
Autonomy (Psychology)
Publisher No: 39583
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