Master of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) Capstone Projects

Master of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) Capstone Projects

 

The MAPP Capstone is an independent project that integrates what the student has learned in the program and advances the application of Positive Psychology.

If you are a MAPP graduate and would like to have your Capstone project uploaded onto this site, please submit your Capstone. If you are the only author on your Capstone project, your decision to upload the document will serve as your agreement to the terms (individual authors do not actually have to submit an agreement form). If you completed a Capstone project with multiple authors, each author will need to submit an Author Agreement form. Please send the completed forms to Aaron Boczkowski (aaronb2@sas.upenn.edu) and Kenny Whitebloom (libraryrepository@pobox.upenn.edu). Once received, one of the authors can upload the Capstone.

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Papers from 2010

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The Hero Pledge: A Public Engagement Initiative of the Heroic Imagination Project, Zuzana Žilková

Papers from 2009

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Cultivated Positive Emotions Inspire Environmentally Responsible Behaviors, David M. Carter

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Cultivating Positive Project Teams: Accelerating Time to Team Formation, Adrienne E. Keane

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What Good is Positive Business?, Michelle McQuaid and Bobby Dauman

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Experiential Learning Groups: History, an Exploratory Case Study, and Possible Mechanisms of Change, Steve J. Safigan

Papers from 2008

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Shift Happens: Using Social-Emotional Leadership to Construct Positive, Sustainable Cultural Change, Louis Alloro

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Greatness: The Aspiration and Goal of Psychology, Scott A. Asalone

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Analysis of Positive Psychology Training at Geelong Grammar School, Kirsten J. Cronlund

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Optimistic Managers & Their Influence on Productivity & Employee Engagement in a Technology Organization, Margaret H. Greenberg Mrs. and Dana R. Arakawa Dr.

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Exploring the Character Strengths of an Oral Tradition: Vanuatu through analysis of its archived oral legends, Virginia U. Millar

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Positive Psychology and Positive Interventions for Nurses, Catharine L. Parsons Ms.

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Nobel Strengths: The Attributes of Scientists by CAVE, Gregory R. Quinting PhD

Papers from 2007

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Something Larger: An Evolutionary Account of the Meaningfulness of Life, Derrick Carpenter

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A Comparative Study of the Effects of Hatha Yoga and Seated Meditation on Mood Elevation, deborah r. cohen

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Appreciating Beauty in the Bottom 80, Christine Duvivier

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Positive Psychology Toolkit for Coaches: Book Proposal, Debra Giffen and Emiliya Zhivotovskaya

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Enhancing the Wellbeing of Incarcerated Females: A Pilot Study, Sandra C. Lewis

Papers from 2006

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Character Strengths and Type: Exploration of Covariation, Kathryn H. Britton and Sulynn Choong

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Building a Foundation for Positive Psychology in Schools, Sherri W. Fisher and David N. Shearon

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Optimistic Managers & Their Influence on Productivity & Employee Engagement in a Technology Organization, Margaret H. Greenberg Mrs. and Dana Arakawa

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No Pain More Gain, Emma Judge and Sasha Heinz

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Recrafting Work: A Model for Workplace Engagement and Meaning, Gordon H. Parry