Monthly Archives: July, 2017

Aging Meaningfully with Christina Pierpaoli

by Scott Barry Kaufman, July 21, 2017

I’m really excited to have Christina Pierpaoli on the podcast. Christina is a graduate student in the Geropsychological doctoral program at the University of Alabama. Her research explores associations between chronic illness and psychological health in older adults, and she is by all accounts a rising star in the field of psychology. For our listeners who may […]

Awakening Compassion in the Workplace with Jane Dutton and Monica Worline

by Scott Barry Kaufman, July 19, 2017

Today I’m really excited to have Monica Worline and Jane Dutton on the podcast, co-authors of the new book Awakening Compassion at Work: the Quiet Power That Elevates People and Organizations. Monica Worline, Ph.D., is founder and CEO of EnlivenWork. She is also a research scientist at Stanford University Center for Compassion and Altruism Research […]

Strengths-Based Parenting with Lea Waters

by Scott Barry Kaufman, July 12, 2017

Professor Lea Waters, PhD is an Australian academic, researcher, psychologist, author and speaker contributing to the field of Positive Psychology. Most people see improvements as eliminating what’s wrong with us, but Lea’s work in Positive Psychology expands what we mean by improvement and growth. Her latest book, The Strength Switch, offers parents resources to better build […]

The Latest Science of Attachment with R. Chris Fraley

by Scott Barry Kaufman, July 5, 2017

Today we have one of the world’s most preeminent attachment scientists, Dr. R. Chris Fraley, on the podcast! Fraley is a Professor at the University of Illinois’s Department of Psychology and received the American Psychological Association’s Distinguished Scientific Award in 2007 for Early Career Contribution to Psychology in the area of Individual Differences. In this episode of […]

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