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Organized by: the Romanian Society of Applied Experimental Psychology together with the University of Bucharest, Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences

 

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

FRIDAY, 21 OCTOBER 2016
09:00 - 10:00 Welcoming & registration of participants Lobby
10:00 – 11:00  OPENING CEREMONY MOTRU amphitheatre
  Coffee break  
11:30 – 12:15 Keynote speech - PETER MITCHELL –

" Do people with ASD have readable minds?”

MOTRU amphitheatre
12:20 – 13:00 Keynote speech - MATTHIAS MÜLLER –

"Neural dynamics of sustained feature-based visual attention in early visual areas of the human brain"

MOTRU amphitheatre
13:10 – 14:00 LUNCH  
14:00 – 16:00 SECTION: Educational Psychology 1

Urea Roxana, Cismas Suzana

Room 4
SECTION: Work and organizational psychology 1

Chraif Mihaela. Panisoara Georgeta

Lab. PUFAN
SECTION: Psychotherapy

Rascanu Ruxandra, Barbara Craciun

Room 7
WORKSHOP WS5 –

Clinical Hypnosis, relaxation and meditation in therapy. Possibilities and action limits

Teodor Vasile

Room 5
16:00 – 16:30 Coffee break  
16:30 – 18:00 WORKSHOP WS1 -
Model de intervenţie treptată hipnoterapeutică în tulburările sexuale psihogene

Irina Holdevici, Barbara Craciun

Room 4
WORKSHOP WS4 -
Aggressive behavior in traffic psychology - a challenge of our days

Mihaela Chraif

Room 7
18:15 – 20:00 COCKTAIL  


SATURDAY, 22 OCTOBER 2016
09:00 - 10:00 Welcoming & registration of participants Lobby
10:00 – 10:50 Keynote speech - MIHAI GOLU –

“Relatia dintre diagnoza si prognoza in evaluarea psihologica (valabilitatea avizelor psihologice)”

MOTRU amphitheatre
10:00 – 12:00 WORKSHOP WS2  -
Bullying, bullies and the victims  –

Ruxandra Folostina, Teodora Zabava

Lab. PUFAN
11:00 – 11:20 Coffee break  
11:45 – 13:20 SECTION: Educational Psychology 2

Oprisan, Albu

Room 4
SECTION: Clinical psychology 1

Ioana Caciula, Cristina-Georgiana Voicu

Room5
SECTION: Experimental applied psychology 1

Mihaela Chraif, Vlad Burtaverde

Room 7
13:30 – 14:30 LUNCH  
14:30 – 16:00 SECTION: Educational Psychology 3 Room 4
SECTION: Clinical psychology 2

Steliana Rizeanu, Andra Craciun

Room 5
SECTION: Experimental Applied Psychology 2

Teodor Mihaila, Ioana Caciula

Room 7
WORKSHOP WS3  -
Sex and sensitivity in autism spectrum disorders  –

Ruxandra Folostina, Alina Bujor

Lab. PUFAN
16:00 – 17:00 OFFICIAL CLOSING CEREMONY MOTRU amphitheatre


PAPERS DISTRIBUTION

 

SECTION: CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY  1
1 Paper 13 Dan Vasiliu and Steliana Rizeanu The sense of coherence and the personality disorders
2 Paper 20 Ruxandra Rascanu and Loredana Banica A STUDY CONCERNING THE COMMUNICATION BETWEEN PARENTS AND THERAPISTS IN AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER (ASD)
3 Paper 23 Dan Vasiliu CORELATIONS BETWEEN LOCUS OF CONTROL AND HARDINESS
4 Paper 3 Maria Moglan, Victoria Stan, Raluca Lupu-Stanescuand Voicu Boscaiu Empathy in Alzheimer's disease patients
5 Paper 33 Roxana Bica THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ABANDONMENT SCHEMA AND COPING MECHANISMS IN YOUNG WOMEN EXHIBITING BULIMIC SYMPTOMS
6 Paper 34 Cristina-Georgiana Voicu and Majid Shirvani Cognitive Approaches to Mental Disorders: A Psycho-cultural Case Study of Portnoy’s Complaint
7 Paper 4 Ioana Caciula, Maria Moglan and Voicu Boscaiu The ELMI online course - an important tool for carer in management of Alzheimer’s Disease Patient in Romania
8 Paper 53 Steliana Rizeanu PERSONALITY DISORDERS AMONG PATHOLOGICAL GAMBLERS
9 Paper 60 Silvia - Raluca Matei Couple Satisfaction in Relation to the Erectile Dysfunction


SECTION: CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY  2
1 Paper 67 Octavian Vasiliu, Diana Gabriela Vasiliu and Daniel Vasile PREDICTORS FOR TREATMENT RESPONSE IN OLD AGE MAJOR DEPRESSIVE DISORDER
2 Paper 69 Diana Gabriela Vasiliu and Octavian Vasiliu HEALTH RELATED QUALITY OF LIFE EVALUATION SCALES IN LATE-LIFE MAJOR DEPRESSION
3 Paper 70 Milka Nicoleta Apostu and Maria Nicoleta Turliuc Intimacy in Romanian couples
4 Paper 78 Gavrilescu Maria-Ioana, Iorga Magdalena, Florea Silvia-Gabriela, Chelaru Adrian and Zugun-Eloae Cristina WHAT IS INFLUENCING STUDENTS' THOUGHTS OF DROPPING OUT? STRESS, DEPRESSION AND MOTIVATION AMONG MEDICAL STUDENTS
5 Paper 81 Gavrilescu Ioana-Maria, Iorga Magdalena and Zugun-Eloae Cristina STRESSORS, STRESS AND DEPRESSION AMONG MEDICAL STUDENTS
6 Paper 84 Boca-Zamfir Mioara PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF CYBERBULLYING IN ADOLESCENCE - THEORETICAL ANALYSIS
7 Paper 89 Teodor Vasile THE RELATION BETWEEN PSYCHOSOMATICS, NEGATIVE EMOTIONS AND PERCEIVED STRESS – A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH
8 Paper 94 Andra Petruța Văsîi Ungureanu The locus of control, Stress Vulnerability and Stress Adaptability of the students
9 Paper 95 Andra Crăciun Psychological Resilience in Relation to Potential Factors and Stress
10 Paper 97 Andra Catalina Rosca and Andreea - Cristina Ciuraru The influence of emotional intelligence on anxiety and defense mechanisms in pacients diagnosed with glaucoma


SECTION: PSYCHOTHERAPY
1 Paper 12 Vîşcu Loredana - Ileana and Popescu Oana - Maria Interpretation in strategic integrative psychotherapy
2 Paper 40 Vasile Preda and Elena Cocorada Therapeutic use of the romanian fairytales
3 Paper 66 Camelia Chetu The structure of Maternal-Fetal Attachment Scale in Romania
4 Paper 68 Octavian Vasiliu, Diana Gabriela Vasiliu and Daniel Vasile COGNITIVE BEHAVIOUR THERAPY IN YOUNG PATIENTS WITH ALCOHOL RELATED DISORDERS
5 Paper 71 Diana Gabriela Vasiliu and Octavian Vasiliu PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC APPROACHES IN CASES OF INTERNET GAMBLING DISORDER- A CASE SERIES
6 Paper 74 Camelia Vasilescu and Aurelia Moraru Cognitive coping strategies used by teenagers and young adults in the end of a romantic relationship
7 Paper 76 Vasile Preda and Elena Cocorada THE THERAPEUTIC USE OF THE ROMANIAN FAIRYTALES IN IMPROVING THE PARENT-CHILD RELATIONSHIP AND WELL-BEING
8 Paper 79 Adina Maria Stefan Development and psychometric properties of Elderly Attitudes and Beliefs Scale (EABS)
9 Paper 80 Mona Vintila, Otilia Ioana Tudorel and Melinda Laura Biro Perceived stress and coping strategies of Romanian migrants to Germany
10 Paper 85 Steliana Rizeanu, Bratu Mircea and Radu Emanuel Rizeanu Optimization of medical rehabilitation process in orthopedic traumatic pathology in athletes through cognitive-behavioral approaches
11 Paper 88 Nicolae Neagu and Zsuzsanna Kiss HIPPOTHERAPY AS COMPLEMENTARY METHOD IN THE REHABILITATION OF CHIDREN WITH MULTIPLE DISABILITIES
12 Paper 90 Barbara Craciun Cognitive behavioral interventions in relieving stress and phobia
13 Paper 92 Irina Holdevici and Barbara Craciun The role of hypnosis in sports. A case study.
14 Paper 100 Gina Chiriac Growing the Quality of Life level in a integrative psychotherapy group


SECTION: EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY 1
1 Paper 1 Daciana Lupu EDUCATORS AND NEW MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES
2 Paper 2 Daniela Cerasela Bogzoiu, Claudia Eveline Basalau, Iulia Elena Bucur and Cristian Buică-Belciu The ability of hearing impaired children to recognize emotions from facial expressions and to attribute emotions in a situational contex
3 Paper 5 Nongluck Manowaluilou Necessary English Communication Skills of Graduate Students: International Program in Thailand
4 Paper 7 Laura Simion and Cristian Petre Academic self-efficacy on pupils in risk: academic and behavioural. A comparative study
5 Paper 14 Silviu Ioan Pavel and Gloria Rata The manifestation of attention level in 18-22 year-old students
6 Paper 17 Ruxandra Rascanu, Blanca Giorgiana Grama andDaniela Nicoleta Botone INFLUENCE ON PERSONALITY FACTORS IN THE CONTEXT OF HIGHER EDUCATION ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE
7 Paper 18 Chirvasiu Narcisa Delia Valenina and Simion-Blanda Elena PROFESSIONAL INTEGRATION ISSUES OF YOUNG PEOPLE WITH MENTAL DISABILITIES - CAUSES AND SOLUTIONS
8 Paper 22 Mihaela Giurgiulescu and Maria Mion Pop Implementation of digital technology in the context of tutorial primary education
9 Paper 24 Oana Stoican and Cornelia Stefanescu The role of storytelling activities in fostering creativity for preschool children
10 Paper 25 George Florian Macarie, Ana Voichița Tebeanu andTeodora Daniela Chicioreanu EDUCATIONAL APPEAL OF WEB 2.0 TOOLS: ARE STUDENTS ENTHUSIASTIC?
11 Paper 26 Suzana Carmen Cismas Entrepreneur Education for Business Engineering Professions
12 Paper 27 Suzana Carmen Cismas

Connections between Entrepreneur Education

and Leadership Skills

13 Paper 50 Urea Roxana Do the social communicational barriers influence the attitudes towards the learning process at preadolescents with mental deficiencies?
14 Paper 64 Urea Roxana, Constantinescu Carmen and Pavelescu Adriana Differential modalities of objectifying the self-imagine at Romanian preadolescents with hearing impairments


EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY 2
1 Paper 15 Gabriel Albu The perception of MA students in Education Sciences regarding the role and current significance of intercultural education. Case study
2 Paper 16 Gabriel Albu High school teachers’ perception of the place and role of empathy in school evaluation. Case study
3 Paper 36 Aureliana Caraiane and Gheorghe Raftu Socio demographic features and factors that influenced the selection of specialization for the students of the Faculty of Dental Medicine from Ovidius University of Constanta
4 Paper 37 Cristina Nicolae and Gheorghe Raftu CORRELATION BETWEEN EMOTIONAL STABILITY AS A PERSONALITY TRAIT AND PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS OF DENTAL STUDENTS
5 Paper 38 Cristina Nicolae and Gheorghe Raftu THE IMPACT OF ANTERIOR TEETH ALIGNMENT ON THE COLLECTIVITY PUPILS PERCEPTION
6 Paper 39 Aureliana Caraiane and Gheorghe Raftu PREVENTION OF ACADEMIC DROPOUT ADDRESSING THE CAUSES LEADING TO THIS OCCURRENCE TO STUDENTS
7 Paper 41 Gheorghe Raftu FACTORS OF ABSENTEEISM AND SCHOOL DROPOUTS OF STUDENTS IN HIGHER EDUCATION
8 Paper 42 Gheorghe Raftu ASSESSMENT OF THE STRESS FACTORS AMONG STUDENTS
9 Paper 45 Iancu Mariana EDUCATION FOR BIOETHICS FOOD OF STUDENTS THROUGH BIOLOGICAL AND NATURAL DISCIPLINES
10 Paper 46 Iancu Mariana EDUCATION FOR HEALTH FOOD THROUGH BIOLOGICAL AND NATURAL SCIENCES AND ROMANIAN TRADITIONS
9 Paper 47 Camelia Radulescu New training models for Teacher Education
11 Paper 54 Daciana Lupu EDUCATORS AND NEW MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES -full paper
12 Paper 56 Alexandrache Carmen Economic financial education - a possible experiential domain. Curricular aspects and learning activities
13 Paper 57 Cristina-Corina Bentea Self-worth contingencies and psychological well-being as predictors for life satisfaction
14 Paper 58 Cristina-Corina Bentea The relationship between independent - interdependent self-construals and self-worth contingencies


SECTION: EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY 3
1 Paper 22 Mihaela Giurgiulescu and Maria Mion Pop Implementation of digital technology in the context of tutorial primary education
2 Paper 59 Alexandrache Carmen Develop of the research competences of students in the history. The role of case study
3 Paper 61 Rodica Gabriela Enache and Cătălina Beatrice Dumitrof THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TEACHING STYLE AND MANAGERIAL DECISION
4 Paper 62 Alexandrache Carmen Political analysis and studying European states History. Multiperspectivity as the methodological solution
5 Paper 65 Rodica Gabriela Enache and Cătălina Beatrice Dumitrof RESEARCH ON CORRELATIONS BETWEEN PERSONALITY TRAITS AND PROSOCIAL BEHAVIOR OF THE YOUNG PEOPLE
6 Paper 73 Cristina Tripon and Miruna Luana Miulescu The wellbeing of small children at the beginning of the primary schooling
7 Paper 75 Miruna Luana Miulescu and Cristina Tripon Student-centred learning: investigating the professors' and students' views
8 Paper 77 Sabina Veronica Stan Parental autonomy support for psychosocial development in puberty
9 Paper 86 Antoaneta-Firuța Tacea The education and training profile for pre-university education level – a continuous challenge
10 Paper 93 Daniela Popa The Impact of Perceived Parental Involvement on Students’ Success
11 Paper 96 Cristea Plesan Niculeta Economic migration of parents, negative factor of children's education?
12 Paper 98 Amalia Raluca Stepan and Stepan Oana Maria Labor market challenges: the employability of students after graduation
13 Paper 102 Duta Nicoleta-Verginica MOTIVATION OF STUDENTS WITH THE EXPERIENCE OF USING THE PLATFORM
14 Paper 103 Mihaela Giurgiulescu and Maria Mion Pop IMPLEMENTAREA TEHNOLOGIEI DIGITALE ÎN CONTEXTUL EDUCAȚIONAL TUTORIAL PRIMAR
15 Paper 104 Maria Mion Pop SCHOOL STRESS GENERATED BY LEARNING OF HANDWRITING


SECTION: EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY 1
1 Paper 9 Teodora Maidaniuc-Chirila and Ticu Constantin Teasing behavior as a mediator factor of organizational climate-burnout relationship
2 Paper 10 Teodora Maidaniuc-Chirila and Michelle K. Duffy The Role of Workplace Bullying in Employees’ Symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorders
3 Paper 19 Blanca Giorgiana Grama Psychological contract mediator between intention to leave the organization, work engagement and type of labor contract
4 Paper 28 George Florian Macarie and Ana Voichita Tebeanu Ethnic Identity construction of Romanian migrants in USA: an exploratory study.
5 Paper 29 Radu Predoiu, Georgeta Mitrache and Alexandra Predoiu THE EFFECTS OF FEAR, SADNESS AND POSITIVE EMOTIONS ON WORKING MEMORY IN THE CASE OF FEMALE ATHLETES
6 Paper 30 Oana Luiza Rebega Moral Concerns, Guilt and Shame Proneness, and Empathy: Associations and Gender Differences
7 Paper 32 Oana Rebega The Generational Gap: Investigating Differences and Associations Between Moral Intuitions, Fear of Negative Evaluations and Guilt and Shame Proneness
8 Paper 43 Ruxandra Folostina, Alina Chiracu and Roxana Bejan To be or not to be a psychologist ?
9 Paper 21 Cucui Ionela Alina The analysis on the possibility increasing the level motivational performance athletes
10 Paper 35 Ruxandra Folostina, Roxana Bejan and Alina Chiracu The Role of Cognitive Abilities in Sports Performance
11 Paper 44 Julien Ferencz Kiss and Laurentiu Dragos Florin Mandrea UNCONSCIOUS PATTERNS OF PROCESSING OF ICONIC EMOTIONAL STIMULI AND SEMANTIC EMOTIONAL STIMULI AT DIFFERENT TYPE OF OFFENDERS


SECTION: EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY 2
1 Paper 48 Dana Balas Timar, Nilanjan Dey and Valentina Balas Personnel selection algorithm using Fuzzy Analytic Hierarchy Process
2 Paper 49 Ding Hooi Ting, Maran Marimuthu, Mireya Sosa Abella, Chin Chuan Gan, Azizah Md. Yusof and Noor Al-Huda Abdul Karim Understanding the indigenous mindsets in Malaysia: A future research agenda
3 Paper 51 Mihaela Roșu and Camelia Zenaida Tamazlicaru Nevoia de formare a liderilor din network marketing
4 Paper 63 Zaharia Alina PSYCHOSOCIAL ASPECTS OF THE RELATION BETWEEN THE OCCUPATIONAL STRESS AND THE QUALITY OF LIFE
5 Paper 72 Elena Roxana Panoi and Maria Nicoleta Turliuc Construction and Validation of Family Resilience Scale - FRS
6 Paper 82 Mihaela Rus, Mihaela Luminita Sandu, Mihail Gheorghe Banariu and Violeta Dragu Social perception on women drivers
7 Paper 83 Alexandra Oprea, Cristian Alupoaie, Iulia Coșa and Eugen Iordănescu Prosocial spending after using individualism or collectivism priming: a Romanian model. Do Romanians behave as they say they do?
8 Paper 87 Nicolae Neagu and Alxandra Gliga PROPRIOCEPTIVE KINESTHETIC CONTROL OF THE UPPER LIMBS IN CHILDREN, AGES 10-14
9 Paper 91 Cristina-Ștefania Săceanu and Mihaela Chraif Trasaturile de personalitate, nivelul well-being, perceptia durerii ca predictori ai inteligentei emotionale
10 Paper 99 Mihaela Chraif and Jasmine Al-Nuamai The influence of house music on frustration tolerance and performance motivation at psychology students
11 Paper 101 Mihaela Chraif and Andrei Stan A correlative study between the personality traits and Quality of Life

 

 

 

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Invited speakers:

 

 

 

 


 

Peter Mitchell, Ph.D., School of Psychology, University of Nottingham, UK

Biography: Dr. Peter Mitchell is Professor of Psychology at the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom and Chair of the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Grant Assessment Panel. Previously, he was Dean of Science at the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus and before that Head of the School of Psychology in Nottingham UK. He has published around 100 scientific articles in leading international journals, has published six books and he is editor of the British Journal of Psychology. His research has won national prizes in the UK (The Neil O’Connor Prize for the UK’s best article on cognitive aspects of developmental disorders in 2007) and his paper on cognitive theories of autism, published in Developmental Review, ranks number 1 as the journal’s most downloaded article. He has served as Chair of the Developmental Section of the British Psychological Society and as Chief Examiner for the Economic and Social Research Council UK PhD studentship competition. Before joining Nottingham University he worked at the University of Birmingham, University of Oxford, University of Wales and University of Warwick. He also served as visiting professor at McGill University in Canada.

Presentation theme:

Do people with ASD have readable minds?

Much research has investigated how well people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) can read others’ minds; no research (except for Sheppard et al, 2016) has investigated how well people can read the minds of those who have ASD. The mind is embodied in behaviour and we can therefore assume that if a person can interpret an other’s behaviour to infer its cause (e.g. reacting to a compliment), then that person is effectively mindreading (retrodictive mindreading). Success in this kind of mindreading depends on the ability of the perceiver (the person who is doing the mindreading) and on the quality of the signal emitted by the target (the kind of clues that are observable in the person who is reacting to the causal event). Because people with ASD might react to events in rather unusual ways, the quality of signal they emit is not optimal and in consequence it might be difficult to read their minds. The research presented in this lecture will speak to this matter.


 

Matthias Müller, Ph.D., Experimental Psychology and MethodsLeipzig University, Germany


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Presentation theme:

 

Neural dynamics of sustained feature-based visual attention in early visual areas of the human brain

In everyday life, shifting and focusing attention on a certain location, object or feature is a key element in the extraction of sensory information in order to allow for adaptive behavior. This is in particular the case, when we search for a certain object in a cluttered scene, such as one person in a photo full of other people. In such search situations, feature-based attention plays a key role in solving the task. In a series of experiments we investigated neural dynamics of sustained feature-based visual attention in early visual cortex by means of electroencephalographic (EEG) recordings. To this end, we frequency tagged stimuli at different frequencies eliciting steady state visual evoked potentials (SSVEPs) an oscillatory continuous signal with the same frequencies as the respective driving stimulus. Generators of SSVEPs have consistently been found in early visual cortex leading to the idea that frequency tagging stimulates neural networks that are linked to the processing of the respective stimulus. Given the ongoing nature of the signal it allows one to extract temporal dynamics of facilitation/suppression in near real time. We showed that feature selection need not to be mediated by spatial attention and that shifting attention to a particular feature is at odds with the idea of attention being a strictly limited resource, because shifting resulted in an early facilitation of the to-be-attended followed by a suppression of the to-be-ignored feature stimulus. Shifting attention within compared to between feature dimensions resulted in different time courses, and finally, it occurs as if global feature selection is mandatory, even when it conflicts with task demands.


 

Michael Stevens, Ph.D., DHC, The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

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Michael Stevens received his BA in psychology from Amherst College and PhD in counseling psychology from the University of Missouri - Columbia (APA-approved). He is a professor emeritus of psychology at Illinois State University, where he directed the master's program in counseling psychology and was named Outstanding University Researcher. Dr. Stevens is currently a consultant and adjunct professor in the International Psychology Department at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology.

Dr. Stevens is Past-President and Treasurer of APA's Division of International Psychology and co-edited its journal, International Perspectives in Psychology; he also is a Fellow of the Division and received its Outstanding International Psychologist award. Dr. Stevens was named an honorary professor at The Lucian Blaga University in Romania, where he completed Fulbright and IREX grants; he also is a visiting professor at The Ovidius University in Romania. Dr. Stevens received an honorary doctorate from each of these Romanian universities. Among his 100-plus publications are the following seminal books on international psychology: Handbook of International Psychology (2004), Toward a Global Psychology: Theory, Research, Intervention, and Pedagogy (2007), Psychology: IUPsyS Global Resource (2005-2009), Teaching Psychology Around the World: Volume 2 (2009), and The Oxford International Handbook of Psychological Ethics (2012). Dr. Stevens has given invited addresses and led workshops around the world on topics germane to international psychology.
Dr. Stevens is also a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice, working with individuals and couples, providing employee assistance program services to local businesses, and conducting security-clearance evaluations for nuclear power plants in Illinois.

 

Presentation theme:

 

The Importance of Gratitude to Individual and Social Well-being

Living with purpose - to be meaningfully engaged in the moment - can begin with awareness of unearned benefits that add value to our lives. Expressions of thankfulness for these unearned increases of value in our lives are the basis for gratitude. In this keynote address, formal and lay definitions of gratitude are presented, and then distinguished from mere appreciation. The contribution of gratitude to personal and community well-being is traced to diverse religious belief systems and character virtues found in the philosophies of classical antiquity. More recent psychological perspectives on gratitude are traced, from traditional humanistic psychology to contemporary offshoots of positive psychology, such as self-determination theory. From there, empirically supported explanatory models that account for the multiple salubrious outcomes of gratitude are described. These positive outcomes include benefits to various indices of physical and mental health, the development of adaptive personality styles, and the establishment and strengthening of a broad range of interpersonal relationships, including the sense of community. The keynote address concludes by delineating avenues for raising the awareness and expression of gratitude, through simple exercises to formal therapeutic interventions.

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 More workshops will be added in the follwing few days.