Mark Travers PhD, blog writer on Psychology Today, wrote about the article Gratitude and Health: An Updated Review by dr. Lilian Jans-Beken of the Thriving Human Science Center.Continue reading
UPDATE: Due to the new Corona virus crisis, dr. Lilian Jans-Beken will not attend ISQOLS 2020 in person.
Dr. Lilian Jans-Beken will be giving an oral presentation at the conference of the International Society for Quality-of-Life Studies in Rotterdam 2020
People are usually surprised when I tell them that I am an expert in gratitude. They spontaneously tell me about their own experiences with gratitude. They also often ask me: is there still gratitude in our society? Are people still grateful? Didn’t people become more selfish and individualistic? And I usually didn’t know what to answer. In this article I am looking for an answer to the question: are we still grateful?Continue reading
Dr. Lilian Jans-Beken of the Thriving Human Science Center was mentioned in a post of the Open University Netherlands as a mentor of the first author.Continue reading
When psychologists talk about emotions, they distinguish negative and positive emotions. Gratitude is seen as a positive emotion. What do psychologists mean when they talk about negative and positive emotions?Continue reading
Want to practice an attitude of gratitude? Dr. Lilian Jans-Beken gives you 5 ways you can!Continue reading
Mental health problems around the world are a serious issue. Gratitude connects people who can support us in good and bad times. In this way gratitude can make us happier in the end.Continue reading
From mentor to co-author: the Publons Academy helped to form an international collaborationContinue reading
Second wave positive psychology or positive psychology 2.0 (PP 2.0). Occasionally this term appears in the literature. This branch of psychology builds on the relatively new positive psychology and combines it with every other branch of psychology that can contribute to its premises. PP 2.0 wants to get the best out of people and societies, despite and even because of the dark side of human existence.Continue reading
UPDATE: Due to the new Corona virus crisis, dr. Lilian Jans-Beken will not attend the Meaning Conference Toronto 2020 in person.
From July 30 to August 2, the INPM will organize the Meaning Conference in Toronto, CA. This blog post is a call for papers for the symposium Existential gratitude as a pathway to human thriving, hosted by dr. Lilian Jans-Beken of the Thriving Human Science Center.