Martin Seligman has been mentioned or cited more than a dozen times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'The Atlantic' contains less than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Martin Seligman was highly popular in January, 2017.
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[...] immediate, inner response? If there’s a shadow of a doubt, you might be interested in what Martin Seligman, the father of the Positive Psychology ... Read More The post Can you Change anything? [...]
[...] to learn from. After spending decades studying how people deal with setbacks, psychologist Martin Seligman found that there are three P’s—personalization, pervasiveness, and permanence—that are [...]
[...] they become comfortable with it. In psychology it is called “Learned helplessness” and Prof Martin Seligman did a lot of experiments with electric shocks on dogs about it. I once wrote an article [...]
[...] Psychological Association (APA) psychologists Jane Gillham, Lisa Jaycox, Karen Reivich, and Martin Seligman all set out to prove just that (1). The APA continues to state that through their school [...]
[...] which rose to prominence in the last decade. Cognitive psychologists like Aaron Beck, Martin Seligman and Daniel Kahneman found ways to measure how our thoughts and beliefs can make us miserable, [...]
[...] and your emotions, and that if you continue to strive you can create positive outcomes. As Martin Seligman, PhD, wrote in "Learned Optimism," the difference between optimists and pessimists [...]