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Learners discover how apply to research methods to their study of Positive Psychology. In this course, we study with Dr. Angela Duckworth and Dr. Claire Robertson-Kraft. Through an exploration their work "True Grit" and interviews with researchers and practitioners, you develop a research hypothesis and learn how to understand the difference between internal and external validity. You also begin to understand and apply the strengths and weaknesses associated with different types of measurements and evaluation designs. You then interpret the results in an empirical study. Suggested prerequisites: Positive Psychology: Martin E. P. Seligman’s Visionary Science and Positive Psychology: Applications and Interventions....

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27 de dic. de 2019

Though i have nightmares of research design from my undergraduate career, this puts a neat spin on it and reminds the sheer importance of it. Thanks for the reminder of what is important UPENN!


23 de oct. de 2020

It was a wonderful class! While I was expecting something different than learning about research and how to read research papers, that is my fault for putting my expectations on the class.

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por Ayana S

2 de jul. de 2020

I wish the content focused more on grit and not on research methods

por Fabien C

11 de sep. de 2018

Very technical around scientific studies

por Yousra M

5 de sep. de 2021

quite dry

por Evonne O

3 de feb. de 2020

We want to learn more about Positive Psychology NOT details on research methods. Unless we intend to go into research ourselves, I found a huge portion of it unnecessary and a waste of my time.

por Andrew K

15 de ene. de 2018

Dreadful. More evidence that positive psychology lacks rigour and is a brand.

por Sara A

6 de ago. de 2018

research based