Master of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) Service Learning Projects

Master of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) Service Learning Projects

 

Each spring, MAPP students "give positive psychology away" by undertaking various service learning projects as a part of their coursework. Working in small groups, students study particular non-profit organizations, conduct literature reviews, then create Application Plans for how the organizations can apply positive psychology. This allows worthy non-profit organizations who might not have the funds to hire positive psychology consultants to benefit from the application of positive psychology.

If you are a MAPP student or graduate and would like to have your MAPP 702 Service Learning Project uploaded onto this site, please submit your project and make sure that each of the authors submits an Author Agreement form.

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Papers from 2016

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IiCA and MAPP - Positive Anger Expression in Middle Eastern Refugee Children, Carlton Galbreath and Alana Rachel Pudalov

Papers from 2009

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Reaching for Cultural Change, Shannon Polly, Michelle McQuaid, Louisa Jewell, and Bobby Dauman

Papers from 2006

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Bringing Positive Psychology to the Footlights After-School Center, Thomas Atterstam, Kathryn H. Britton, Emma Judge, and Miriam Ufberg