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WPPA MARCH WEBINAR - Barbara Fredrickson - Shared screen with speaker view - Recording 2/2
Robin Johnson
14:13
Love the screen, Dr. Donaldson!!
Karla Figueroa
14:21
Is it me or there’s no audio?
Sebastian Matta
14:31
It is great to be here!
Cindi Gilliland (she/her)
14:37
I can hear it, Karla.
Derek Jorden
14:40
I am hearing just fine, Karla.
Karla Figueroa
15:15
Thank you! Im hearing already, too.
Sebastian Matta
16:40
Pleasure to be in the same virtual room as Dr. Fredrickson, I’ve cited you a bunch and love your broaden build theory :)
Selva Blum
19:56
can you contextualize what is your definition of “mind”?
Vicki Cabrera
29:36
Hi everyone, please feel free to type any questions you have in the chat
Lisa Richardson
31:24
Loved this section of the paper - “Especially during trying times, like the current COVID-19 pandemic, it’s vital to recognize that positive emotions can co-exist with negative emotions and that engaging in strategies to boost joy and love during this global crisis does not require us to turn a blind eye to fear and grief. Even in the midst of fearing the worst, humans reliably yearn for better. That, indeed, is the textbook definition of the positive emotion of hope (Lazarus, 1991) and the empirical description of resilience (Tugade & Fredrickson, 2004).”
Jill Keller
32:37
Dr. Fredrickson, thank you so much for your wonderful research. Your book Positivity has been in my syllabus for my students for every semester for the last 7 years. We have all benefitted greatly from it. I was able to demonstrate that positivity had a direct positive effect upon their course completion, participation, papers submitted, etc. Your work is transformative.
Medge Jaspan
37:17
Thank you, Dr. Fredrickson; it is a pleasure to participate live with you today. I use your Broaden Build Theory in my practice, and this is very interesting and helpful
stewart.donaldson@cgu.edu
38:55
Professor Fredrickson will have about 10 minutes for Q&A. Please type questions in chat.
jessica.diaz@cgu.edu
41:40
Thank you for joining us today! I am curious about control variables for the positivity resonance —> COVID behaviors.
laurie addison
42:39
Question: in your research have you found differences in social connections in our virtual, non-physical/low in-person connections/interactions world in COVID and what impacts are you seeing in Positive Resonance?
Rene Enriquez
43:38
I love it!! Yes! It all starts with us and those close by 🙂
Selva Blum
43:52
Thank you! great summary!
Selva Blum
44:06
of your fantastic work
Jason Beck
44:11
question: any thoughts on if/how a mindfulness practice (ie loving kindness) creates positivity resonance without interacting with others? (ie imagining social interaction)
Lorena Valera
44:31
Question, in your research have you found if there has been a change in p. resonance in the relationships in families? parents with children, teens, etc? or anything related to families that you could share I would really appreciate.
Andria Woodell
44:46
Thank you so much. I am excited to see some of the current directions in positivity resonance! I have been implementing this in my positive psychology courses for a few years now.
Kelly Chang
44:59
Question: Thank you s much! Could you talk a bit more about the measurement of positivity resonance?
Jony Weiss, MPH
45:21
Question: What are some of the specific examples of how people have answered the when, where and how question of creating positive heartfelt connections?
Shane Castellanos
46:10
Question: What is the impact you want to have on the world?
Delia Saenz
47:14
Wouldn’t it be great to encourage PR behaviors across racial lines (and other categories of ‘difference?’ Thx for an inspirational body of work?
Wes Steele
47:18
Question: What variance/uniformity have you and your colleagues seen with positivity resonance across different cultures?
Medge Jaspan
47:29
Thank you, Dr. Fredrickson; where can we find this new study? Have you developed specific micro-interventions for this study?
jessica.diaz@cgu.edu
47:38
Thank you!
Patricia Schwartz
47:40
Thank you Dr. Fredrickson for your ongoing trailblazing in great service to humanity!!
Robin Johnson
47:48
Dr. Fredrickson has the BEST Loving-Kindness meditations at http://positivityresonance.com/meditations.html
Elinor
49:55
Do you have any thoughts about how positivity resonance might connect to the epigenetics of well-being?
Joni Lavick
50:05
As a clinician who works with addiction, I have noticed how often addicted clients relapse as they improve. These clients, often trauma survivors, have little resilience for positive and expansive emotions. Any specific ideas for addiction and building resilience? Thanks!
Andria Woodell
51:15
@Robin Johnson--thanks for the link!
Jackie Gaffaney
51:46
Can you speak to to the role of positive emotions to the longer term sustainability of interventions? (In a 2010 paper with Cohn, you had found that those that had experienced positive emotions at the start of a loving-kindness intervention were more likely to continue meditating a year later - have you found more of this type of finding?)
Christina Moldovan
53:36
Thank you Dr. Fredrickson for your groundbreaking research. I teach your theories in a positive psychology course, and particularly value your work on broaden and build and how it promotes inclusive social thinking. Wishing you all the best!
Monique Anthony Akpotaire
01:00:49
Great talk. Thanks for sharing this information on positivity resonance & BIPR methodology.
Jeanette Ashworth
01:01:05
That's such a beautiful example of intention setting for human connection. Thanks for all of your powerful positivity research and outreach.
elaineguerra
01:02:06
Thank you Dr. Fredrickson for your wonderful talk and research! I studied your work and watched you give a talk in my Positive Organizational Behavior and Wellbeing grad class. Your concepts still affect me in a very positive way! Elaine
Jony Weiss, MPH
01:02:09
I love the idea of having a TO FEEL list!
Tyra Wilson
01:02:21
This was my first interaction with positive psychology, and it has been very interesting! I am a recent 4-year graduate exploring my options of the next step, thank you for sharing & hosting this space for information! ℹ️
Andria Woodell
01:02:22
Love this! Thank you so much for your time!
Emily Zavala
01:02:25
Thank you!
Kelly Chang
01:02:34
Thank you for positivity!
Hanneke
01:02:34
Thank you!
Karen Jones
01:02:35
Thanks for your inspiration! love love this talk
Jony Weiss, MPH
01:02:43
Thank you Stewart and Barbara! Great job!
Cindi Gilliland (she/her)
01:02:44
Fantastic talk! Thank you Barb and Stewart!
Jill Keller
01:02:44
Thank you
Rotem Elinav
01:02:44
Thank you, Dr. Fredrickson!
Lorena's iPhone
01:02:47
Thank you
Rene Enriquez
01:02:47
Wow this was great! Thank you Dr. Fredrickson. 🙂
Aradhna Masih
01:02:49
thank you
rijnvogelaar
01:02:49
Thanks, listening in from The Netherlands …
Vicki Cabrera
01:02:50
Thank you!
Raider Smith
01:02:50
Thank you!