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ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 28th 2016

8:00

June 28th 2016 8:00

12:30

On Site Registration for pre-conference workshops Meeting - Grand Hall On Site Registration for pre-conference workshops

9:00

11:30

PW011 Pre Workshop - Espace Grand Angle 1 Toolkit on strength-based development for individuals, relations and organizations PW011

Toolkit on strength-based development for individuals, relations and organizations Lisa VIVOLL STRAUME - Trondheim, NORWAY

PW02 Pre Workshop - Espace Grand Angle 2 Développer l’épanouissement : les outils de psychologie positive à destination du psychologue clinicien PW02

Développer l’épanouissement : les outils de psychologie positive à destination du psychologue clinicien Martine REGOURD LAIZEAU - Cournon D'Auvergne, FRANCE

PW04 Pre Workshop - Green Mindfulness Programs in Positive Psychology PW04

Mindfulness Programs in Positive Psychology Itai IVTZAN - London, UNITED KINGDOM

PW06 Pre Workshop - Sable Positive Education PW06

Positive Education Ilona BONIWELL - Paris, FRANCE

12:30 On Site Registration for Main Conference Meeting - Grand Hall On Site Registration for Main Conference

17:15


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 28th 2016

12:30

PW012 Pre Workshop - Espace Grand Angle 1 Toolkit on strength-based development for individuals, relations and organizations PW012

Toolkit on strength-based development for individuals, relations and organizations Lisa VIVOLL STRAUME - Trondheim, NORWAY

PW03 Pre Workshop - Espace Grand Angle 2 Prioritizing Positivity and Positive Spontaneous Thoughts: New Measures and Findings PW03

Prioritizing Positivity and Positive Spontaneous Thoughts: New Measures and Findings Barbara L. FREDRICKSON - Chapel Hill, USA

PW05 Pre Workshop - Green Introduction to Positive Education Bringing the science of Positive Psychology to the classroom PW05

Introduction to Positive Education Bringing the science of Positive Psychology to the classroom Charlie SCUDAMORE - Geelong, Victoria, AUSTRALIA

PW07 Pre Workshop - Sable Coaching: "Tangible tools: Hands-on activities for positive psychology coaching, training, teaching and facilitation PW07

Coaching: "Tangible tools: Hands-on activities for positive psychology coaching, training, teaching and facilitation Ilona BONIWELL - Paris, FRANCE

15:30

16:15

Opening ceremony Meeting - Auditorium Opening ceremony

16:15

17:00

K01 Keynote - Auditorium What Is Positive Psychology? The Importance of Theory for Research and Practice K01

What Is Positive Psychology? The Importance of Theory for Research and Practice James PAWELSKI - Philadelphia, USA


ECPP 2016 - Programme 18:00 Meet and greet Meeting - Grand Hall Meet and greet

Timeline June 28th 2016

18:00

20:00


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 29th 2016

8:30

June 29th 2016 8:30

18:00

POW Poster - Grand Hall Poster Session of Wednesday June 29th

9:00

9:45

K02 Keynote - Auditorium Can we use Big Data to Measures Well-Being? K02

Can we use Big Data to Measures Well-Being? Claudia SENIK - Paris, FRANCE

9:45

10:30

K03 Keynote - Auditorium Strength K03

Strengh Willibald RUCH - Zurich, SWITZERLAND

10:45

12:15

IS01 Invited Symposium - Auditorium Meaning, work engagement and Well-being: Positive psychology at work IS01A

Meaning, work engagement and Well-being: Positive psychology at work Lisa VIVOLL STRAUME - Trondheim, NORWAY

IS01B

Eudaimonia this and eudaimonia that: Can modern work-life learn anything from such an archaic concept? Joar VITTERSO - Tromsø, NORWAY

IS01C

Setting the stage: Creating meaningful and engaging work environments Bente Kristin MALMO - Tromso, NORWAY

IS01D

Staging work engagement, strength-based leadership and simulation training in the Norwegian governmental company Enova Nils Kristian NAKSTAD


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 29th 2016

10:45

IS02 Invited Symposium - Open Garden Positive Education Worldwide IS02A

Positive Education Worldwide Ilona BONIWELL - Paris, FRANCE

IS02B

Implementing Personal Well-Being Lessons in the Anglophone and Francophone contexts Ilona BONIWELL - Paris, FRANCE

IS02C

Zippy's Friends Across the World Caroline EGAR - Kingston Upon Thames, UNITED KINGDOM

IS02D

Apple's Friends in the Netherlands and beyond Marion PANIS - La Haye, THE NETHERLANDS

P01 Paper Session - Espace Grand Angle 2 Childhood and youth 1- Chair: Jean HEUTTE - Lille, FRANCE P01A

Learned Optimism. You are never too young to start. Ariadne LACK - Brunswick, AUSTRALIA

P01B

Importance of family protective mechanisms in fostering youth prosocial behavior Josipa MIHIC - Zagreb, CROATIA

P01C

Adaptation and initial validation of the German version of the Multidimensional Students’ Life Satisfaction Scale Marco WEBER - Kassel, GERMANY

P01D

Multiple Mediation of Optimism and Self-Esteem on The Relationship Between Irrational Beliefs and Subjective Well-Being Baki DUY - Eskisehir, TURKEY

P01E

Psychosocial approach of well-being's feeding among adolescents and young adults Wilfried SCHWARTZ - Tours, FRANCE


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 29th 2016

10:45

P02 Paper Session - Softy Coaching and intervention 1- Chair: Illona BONIWELL - Paris, FRANCE P02A

The effect of a positive psychology intervention on the psychosocial well-being of a group of early adolescents Jayleen DAVIES - Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA

P02B

Can Change in Emotional Competences Predict Changes in Positive Psychology Constructs? Evaluating the Effects of EC Training Sabina HODZIC - Valencia, SPAIN

P02D

The effect of positive psychology interventions on hope and wellbeing among adolescents living in a child and youth care centre in South Africa Kry TEODORCZUK - Johannesburg, SOUTH AFRICA

P02E

Go Luck Yourself! Exploring the impact of positive psychology interventions on experiences of ‘luck’ Matthew SMITH - High Wycombe, UNITED KINGDOM

P03 Paper Session - Secrète Education 1- Chair: Rebecca SHANKLAND - Grenoble, FRANCE P03A

Subjective well-being and academic performance in law students: Why and how? Pamela NUNEZ DEL PRADO - Lima, PERU

P03B

The ‘Strength Compass’. The results of a PhDresearch project among schoolchildren (age 6-16) identifying VIAstrengths concerning age, gender, mother-tongue-langue and possible child psychiatric diagnosis.

P03C

Developing Socio-emotional Intelligence in Early Years Educators Camila DEVIS-ROZENTAL - Poole, UNITED KINGDOM

P03D

Inclusion of marginalized boys Frans ANDERSEN - Copenhagen, DENMARK

P03E

Character Strengths and wellbeing of Students with Dual Burden of Study and Work Tahira MUBASHAR - Kassel, GERMANY


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 29th 2016

10:45

AS01 Symposium - Salon de Réception Constructive adjustment to first grade in South Africa and Finland: Lessons from the SISU project AS01A

Constructive adjustment to first grade in South Africa and Finland: Lessons from the SISU project Linda THERON - Vanderbijlpark, SOUTH AFRICA

AS01B

A child’s perspective of their transitioning to Grade 1 in Finland: A socio-ecological study on resilience Saara SALMI - Helsinki, FINLAND

AS01C

Positive adjustment to first grade: South African teacher-drivers of social ecological resilience Carla BEZUIDENHOUT - Vanderbijlpark, SOUTH AFRICA

AS01D

Championing the resilience of first graders in disadvantaged communities: Macro-level supports and hindrances Kristiina KUMPULAINEN - Helsinki, FINLAND

AS02 Symposium - Espace Grand Angle 1 The Role of Character Strengths Use At Work - I AS02A

The Role of Character Strengths Use At Work - I Claudia HARZER - Kassel, GERMANY

AS02B

Theoretical background, operationalization, and results from cross-sectional and intervention studies on role of strengths use at work for job-related outcomes Claudia HARZER - Kassel, GERMANY

AS02C

Strengths use at work and well-being: A cross-cultural comparison Christina MEYERS - Tilburg, THE NETHERLANDS

AS02D

Character strengths use in nursing trainees and professionals Katja HOFFMANN - Kassel, GERMANY

AS03 Symposium - Sable Integrating Coaching and Positive Psychology to Support Young People AS03

Integrating Coaching and Positive Psychology to Support Young People Christian VAN NIEUWERBURGH - Leamington Spa, UNITED KINGDOM


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 29th 2016

10:45

W01 Workshop - Green Childhood and youth 1 - Education W01A

Who do strengths interventions actually work for: the role of context and other people Denise QUINLAN - Dunedin, NEW ZEALAND

W01B

Strengths Based Parenting Marie MCLEOD - Melbourne, AUSTRALIA

W02 Workshop - Quartz Coaching and intervention W02A

‘Becoming more’: Towards a Positive Psychology of Creative Writing Megan HAYES - Middlesbrough, UNITED KINGDOM

W02B

The happiness tree project Junghyo PARK - Seoul, SOUTH KOREA

13:00

14:30

IS03 Invited Symposium - Auditorium Positive Psychology Interventions Efficacy and Effectiveness IS03A

Positive Psychology Interventions Efficacy and Effectiveness Antonia CSILLIK - Nanterre La Défense, FRANCE

IS03B

Effects of Loving-kindness Meditation Barbara L. FREDRICKSON - Chapel Hill, USA

IS03C

Addressing Eudaimonic well-being across the life span by Well-being Therapy Chiara RUINI - Bologna, ITALY

IS03D

Combining positive psychology interventions for increasing well-being and adherence to treatments Antonia CSILLIK - Nanterre La Défense, FRANCE


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 29th 2016

13:00

IS04 Invited Symposium - Open Garden Economy and Positive Psychology IS04A

Economy and Positive Psychology Claudia SENIK - Paris, FRANCE

IS04B

Teaching methods, non-cognitive skills and happiness. Evidence from matched teacher-pupil British data Sarah FLECHE - London, UNITED KINGDOM

IS04C

Unemployment benefits and job satisfaction: evidence from Germany Alexandre GEORGIEFF - Paris, FRANCE

IS04D

Work-time duration and subjective wellbeing: evidence from a French reform Anthony LEPINTEUR - Paris, FRANCE

P04 Paper Session - Espace Grand Angle 2 Education 2- Chair: Tamara GORDEEVA - Moscow, RUSSIAN FEDERATION P04A

Improving positive behaviors of head teachers through project ‘TO BE A HERO’: an exploratory mixed research Hui CAO - Beijing, CHINA

P04B

Top 5 Character Strengths in Schools Risk, Benefit or Both? Paula ROBINSON - Sydney, AUSTRALIA

P04C

Good character in the classroom: Applying character strengths in school and its relation to positive school experiences Lisa WAGNER - Zurich, SWITZERLAND

P04D

Face à l’adversité : comment résilier durablement sans attachement sécure ? Manuela BRAUD - Angers, FRANCE

P04E

Domo Arigato -- Teaching a Gratitude Intervention to Japanese Secondary School Students Lunthita DUTHELY - Hialeah, USA


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 29th 2016

13:00

P05 Paper Session - Softy Health and Wellness 1- Chair: Colette AGUERRE - Tours, FRANCE P05A

The role of mindfulness in professional quality of life and psychological adjustment in rural mental health workers Christina SAMIOS - Gold Coast, AUSTRALIA

P05B

Chronic pain care: The importance of a biopsychosocial-existential approach Jessie DEZUTTER - Leuven, BELGIUM

P05C

The Effect of Gratitude Training on Daily Functioning of Women with Breast Cancer Joanna SZTACHA SKA - Warsaw, POLAND

P05D

Relationship of posttraumatic growth and adjustment to spinal cord injury: Moderated by posttraumatic depreciation? Simon KUNZ - Nottwil, SWITZERLAND

P05E

Prioritizing meaning: A potential resource for well-being Pninit RUSSO-NETZER - Haifa, ISRAEL

P06 Paper Session - Secrète Health and Positive Aging- Chair: Marlena KOSSAKOWSKA - Sopot, POLAND P06A

Lighten UP! A community-based program to promote well-being in older adults Elliot FRIEDMAN - West Lafayette, USA

P06B

Thieves of Thankfulness: What Factors Inhibit the Development of Gratitude? Philip WATKINS - Spokane, Wa, USA

P06C

Does the role of temperament for well-being decrease with age? Agnieszka BOJANOWSKA - Poznan, POLAND

P06D

Positive emotions and daily functioning of older adults: from current knowledge to technology based research Miriam CABRITA - Enschede, THE NETHERLANDS

P06E

Depression and life satisfaction after midlife. A longitudinal twin study across 17 years. Espen RØYSAMB - Oslo, NORWAY


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 29th 2016

13:00

AS04 Symposium - Salon de Réception The Interplay of Character strengths and Relationships: Insights, and Effects on Well Being AS04A

The Interplay of Character strengths and Relationships: Insights, and Effects on Well Being Shiri LAVY - Haifa, ISRAEL

AS04B

Character Strength Interventions to Foster Compassion Lotta UUSITALO-MALMIVAARA - Helsinki, FINLAND

AS04C

Character Strengths and Marital Satisfaction Maayan BOIMAN-MESHITA - Ariel, ISRAEL

AS04D

The Wind beneath my Wings: How Character Strengths and Relationships Promote Each Other to Facilitate Human Thriving Shiri LAVY - Haifa, ISRAEL

AS05 Symposium - Espace Grand Angle 1 Genetics of Psychological Well-Being AS05A

Genetics of Psychological Well-Being Michael PLUESS - London, UNITED KINGDOM

AS05B

Happiness in Behaviour Genetics: Heritability and Changeability Ragnhild BANG NES - Oslo, NORWAY

AS05C

Genome-wide Association Meta-Analyses Subjective Well-being; identifiction of the first genomic regions of interest Meike BARTELS - Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS

AS05D

Epigenome-Wide Association Study of Wellbeing Bart BASELMANS - Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 29th 2016

13:00

AS08 Symposium - Sable Research methods on flow experience: review and recommendations AS08A

Research methods on flow experience: review and recommendations Lรกszlรณ HARMAT - Stockholm, SWEDEN

AS08B

Flow experience and positive development of adolescents across daily life: contributions from the Experience Sampling Method (ESM). Teresa FREIRE - Braga, PORTUGAL

AS08C

Dispositional Flow Scale 2: Validity and Reliability of the Italian Version and discussion of the applications to different samples. Marco BOFFI - Milan, ITALY

AS08D

Psychophysiological correlates of the flow experience and effortless attention: Review on experimental paradigms Lรกszlรณ HARMAT - Stockholm, SWEDEN

W03 Workshop - Green Education 1 W03A

Formation of a Positive Higher Education Network Berni COOPER - Brisbane, AUSTRALIA

W03B

Total Fitness: A Sustainable Positive Education Initiative Paula ROBINSON - Sydney, AUSTRALIA

W04 Workshop - Quartz Mental Health and Therapies 1 W04A

Post Traumatic Success Fredrike BANNINK - Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS

W04B

Coping with Grief: Strategies for Promoting Resilience and Posttraumatic Growth Following the Loss of a Loved One A. Elizabeth CRUNK - Orlando, Florida, USA

14:45

16:15


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 29th 2016

14:45

IS05 Invited Symposium - Auditorium Positive psychology in Europe: recent and future developments. IS05A

Positive psychology in Europe: recent and future developments Dora GUDRUN GUDMUNDSDOTTIR - Reykjavik,, ICELAND

IS05B

Positive psychology for society Dora GUDRUN GUDMUNDSDOTTIR - Reykjavik, ICELAND

IS05C

Positive psychology in education Hans Henrik KNOOP - Aarhus, DENMARK

IS05D

Positive health Jan Auke WALBURG - Aarhus, THE NETHERLANDS

IS06 Invited Symposium - Open Garden Flow research: conceptual advances and applications IS06A

Flow research: conceptual advances and applications Marta BASSI - Milan, ITALY

IS06B

Proposal for a conceptual evolution of the flow in education (EduFlow) model Jean HEUTTE - Lille, FRANCE

IS06C

Flow metacognitions as predictors of flow in work Giovanni B. MONETA - London, UNITED KINGDOM

IS06D

Difficult but (ir)relevant? Physiological contributions on the relationship between flow and stress. Corinna PEIFER - Bochum, GERMANY

IS06E

Not just flow: A cluster approach to daily experience fluctuation Marta BASSI - Milano, ITALY


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 29th 2016

14:45

P07 Paper Session - Salon de Réception Childhood and youth 3 - Mental Health and Therapies 1- Chair: Teresa FREIRE - Braga, PORTUGAL P07A

Academic Major Satisfaction and Perceived Career Barriers among Lithuanian College Students Birute POCIUTE - Vilnius, LITHUANIA

P07B

PARENTING STRESS: HOW DOES IT AFFECT ADOLESCENT SELF-REGULATION? Woon Kyung LEE - Seoul,, SOUTH COREA

P07C

"Happy Hour": A Randomized Controlled Study of a 10-Week Program of Positive Psychology Interventions Donna MCMILLAN - Northfield, Mn, USA

P07D

Autism and Co-Morbid Mental Health: Proposed Pilot Study of a Positive Psychology Intervention Ruth HOWARD - Sapcote, UNITED KINGDOM

P08 Paper Session - Espace Grand Angle 2 Mental Health and Therapies 2- Chair: Carmelo VASQUEZ - Madrid, SPAIN P08A

Social Anxiety Disorder through Underuse/Overuse of Character Strengths – New Insights Pavel FREIDLIN - Ariel, ISRAEL

P08B

Does mindfulness have an influence on the relationship between early maladaptive schemas and psychological well-being? Sedef TULUM AKBULUT - Izmir, TURKEY

P08C

Who benefits more from a positive intervention for clinical depression? Irene LOPEZ-GOMEZ - Pozuelo De Alarcon. Madrid, SPAIN

P08D

Intensive meditation affects positive and negative attentional biases: An eye-tracking study Carmelo VAZQUEZ - Madrid, SPAIN

P08E

Autotelic Personality: Associations with Psychological Well-being Orhan Ferhat YARAR - Istanbul, TURKEY


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 29th 2016

14:45

P09 Paper Session - Quartz Social change 1 - Social work- Chair: Dora GUORUN GUOMUNDSDOTTIR - Reykjavik, ICELAND P09A

Beliefs underlying the political mind set around trust - A comparative study between a new (Latvia) and an old (Sweden) democracy Maria SANDGREN - Huddinge, SWEDEN

P09B

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INCOME AND SUBJECTIVE WELLBEING IN A LOW INCOME COUNTRY Aiste DIRZYTE - Vilnius, LITHUANIA

P09C

The role of passion in environmental behaviors: A look at emotions related to passionate activity. Amandine JUNOT - Saint Pierre, FRANCE

P09D

Money, Value and Needs – in the Light of Self-Determination Theory Ib RAVN - Copenhagen, DENMARK

P09E

Motherhood among out-of-care young women : Capitalizing on their strenghts Nadine LANCTOT - Longueuil, CANADA

P10 Paper Session - Softy Organization and/or Leadership 1 - Cross-Cultural Approach 2- Chair: Ingrid BDAR Rijeka, CROATIA P10A

The relationship between affect arousal, satisfaction and happiness in life domains: A crossnational study Ingrid BRDAR - Rijeka, CROATIA

P10B

Cross-Cultural Differences in Gratitude Experience Blaire MORGAN - Birmingham, UNITED KINGDOM

P10C

Creating a tailored approach to working: The design and empirical evaluation of a job crafting intervention Robert BAKER - Melbourne, AUSTRALIA

P10D

Development and Validation of the Collective Psychological Ownership Scale among Social Service Workers Sabrina SU - Hong Kong, HONG KONG

P10E

Using Emotions Intelligently to Enhance Creativity and Innovation Sue LANGLEY - St Pauls Lpo, AUSTRALIA


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 29th 2016

14:45

P11 Paper Session - Sable Research methods 1 - Physical health and exercise 2- Chair: Marei SALAMA-YOUNÈS Cairo, EGYPT P11A

Association between mindfulness and weight status in a general population from the NutriNet-Santé study Sandrine PÉNEAU - Bobigny, FRANCE

P11B

Psychometric Properties for the Psychological Flourishing Scale with University Male Students: Exploratory Study from KSA Mohammed Rzgallah ALZAHRANI - Makkah,, KSA

P11C

A new model and a new inventory of well-being Oláh ATTILA - Budapest, HUNGARY

P11D

The importance of considering intra-individual variability and inter-individual differences for studying the effect of positive psychology interventions Jean-Baptiste PAVANI - Aix En Provence, FRANCE

P11E

Does it matter how you measure it? A comparison of the validity of single-item versus multiple-item measures of life satisfaction Veljko JOVANOVI - Novi Sad, SERBIA

AS06 Symposium - Green educational supervisor AS06

Psychometric Analysis and Refinement of the Values in Action Inventory of Strengths (VIA-IS) with Educational Leaderships in KSA: Exploratory Study Fawaz ALOUFI - Tayf, KINGDOM OF SAUDI ARABIA

AS07 Symposium - Espace Grand Angle 1 The Role of Character Strengths Use At Work– II AS07A

The Role of Character Strengths Use At Work– II Claudia HARZER - Kassel, GERMANY

AS07B

Enhancing employees’ self-efficacy, performance and personal growth with a strengths intervention Marianne VAN WOERKOM - Tilburg, THE NETHERLANDS

AS07C

When theory and research collide: Examining correlates of signature strengths use at work Hadassah LITTMAN-OVADIA - Ariel, ISRAEL

AS07D

Strengths use and work-related outcomes in occupations with low and high skill levels Claudia HARZER - Kassel, GERMANY


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 29th 2016

14:45

W05 Workshop - Secrète Physical health and exercise - Social work W05A

Applying positive psychology in sport and physical activity settings: opportunities and challenges for practitioners Bridget GRENVILLE-CLEAVE - Cirencester, UNITED KINGDOM

W05B

Engaged in Life: a skills-based approach to building wellbeing amongst older people Gabrielle KELLY - Adelaide, AUSTRALIA

16:30

17:15

K04 Keynote - Auditorium Promoting optimal functioning in sport and other physical activities: The need for more empowering environments K04

Physical activity and Health Joan DUDA - Birmingham, UNITED KINGDOM

17:15

18:00

K05 Keynote - Auditorium It’s about Time: The Role of Passion in Adaptive Self-Processes K05

It’s about Time: The Role of Passion in Adaptive Self-Processes Robert J. VALLERAND - Montreal, CANADA

18:00

19:30

M01 Meeting - Quartz Meeting: IPPA Health Division Meeting

20:00 Cultural evening Meeting - Musée Jean Lurçat Cultural Evening at Musée Jean Lurçat

22:00


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 30th 2016 8:30

June 30th 2016 8:30

18:00

POT Poster - Grand Hall Poster Session of Thursday June 30th

9:00

9:45

K06 Keynote - Auditorium Why Prioritize Positivity? K06

Why Prioritize Positivity? Barbara L. FREDRICKSON - Chapel Hill, USA

9:45

10:30

K07 Keynote - Auditorium Positive psychology and psychology of possibility K07

Positive psychology and psychology of possibility Sayyed Mohsen FATEMI - Cambridge, USA

10:45

12:15

IS07 Invited Symposium - Auditorium Positive Psychology in Sport and Physical Activity IS07A

Positive Psychology in Sport and Physical Activity Joan DUDA - Birmingham, UNITED KINGDOM

IS07B

The relationship of motivational processes to the well-being of young athletes Isabel BALAGUER - Valencia, SPAIN

IS07C

Assessment of the objective motivational climate in sport and it’s implications for optimal functioning Damien TESSIER - Grenoble, FRANCE

IS07D

Promoting optimal engagement in physical activity in at risk/patient groups Joan DUDA - Birmingham, UNITED KINGDOM


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 30th 2016 10:45

IS08 Invited Symposium - Open Garden Positive Psychology in Society and Communities IS08A

Positive Psychology in Society and Communities Pascale HAAG - Paris, FRANCE

IS08B

Epistemological reflections on the concept of community Gaël BRULÉ - Rotterdam, THE NETHERLANDS

IS08C

Building connections to promote well-being: challenges and resources Antonella DELLE FAVE - Milan, ITALY

IS08D

To affinity and beyond: on the personal and social value of friendship and friendliness Neil THIN - Edinburgh, UNITED KINGDOM

P12 Paper Session - Espace Grand Angle 2 Childhood and youth 2- Chair: Rebacca SHANKLAND - Grenoble, FRANCE P12A

Empirical verification of Peterson and Seligman’s theoretical assumptions on relations between character strengths, personality traits and values in adolescence Ma gorzata NAJDERSKA - Warszawa, POLAND

P12B

Developing Gratitude in the United States, Brazil, Russia, China, and Turkey Ayse PAYIR - Greensboro, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

P12C

Good character is what we look for in a friend: The role of character strengths in early adolescents’ friendships Lisa WAGNER - Zurich, SWITZERLAND

P12D

Gratitude's Role in Prosocial Development: A Longitudinal Study of Adolescents Giacomo BONO - Carson, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

P12E

The Effect of Positive and Negative Emotions on Young Drivers: A Simulator Study Ahinoam EHRENFREUND HAGER - Jerusalem, ISRAEL


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 30th 2016 10:45

P13 Paper Session - Green Education 3- Chair: Tamara GORDEEVA - Moscow, RUSSIAN FEDERATION P13A

Teaching Happiness – A training to improve subjective well-being Tobias RAHM - Braunschweig, GERMANY

P13B

The Maytiv Positive Psychology School Program - New Findings and Insights Anat SHOSHANI - Herzliya, ISRAEL

P13C

One year of school, one year of joy – PERMA-based pedagogical methods as supporters of joy at school Eliisa LESKISENOJA - Sodankylä, FINLAND

P13D

The relationship between life goals and life satisfaction: the role of basic psychological needs and optimal experience Diana OLCAR - Zagreb, CROATIA

P13E

Academic excellence: The dynamic relationship between approaches to studying and learning gain Jekaterina ROGATEN - London, UNITED KINGDOM

P14 Paper Session - Softy Health and Wellness 2- Chair: Marta BASSI - Milano, ITALY P14A

Interpersonal Trust and Wellness: Relational Factors and Illness Processes in Adversity – A Novel Hypothesis Zoe CHOULIARA - Edinburgh, Scotland, UNITED KINGDOM

P14B

Effects of a laughter yoga program on glycemic control in older people with diabetes Mayumi HIROSAKI - Fukushima, JAPAN

P14C

Forgive or not to forgive? Well-being as the mediator of the relationship between personality and forgiveness Marlena KOSSAKOWSKA - Sopot, POLAND

P14D

Consequences of Hiding One’s Happiness for well-being: the role of culture Tamara GORDEEVA - Moscow, RUSSIAN FEDERATION

P14E

Effect of positive emotions with different arousal levels on thought-action repertoires Daichi SUGAWARA - Tsukuba-Shi, Ibaraki,, JAPAN


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 30th 2016 10:45

P15 Paper Session - Secrète Health and Wellness 3- Chair: Dora GUORUN GUOMUNDSDOTTIR - Reykjavik, ICELAND P15A

Meaning in life and perceived quality of life in Switzerland: results of a representative survey in the German, French and Italian regions Mathieu BERNARD - Lausanne, SWITZERLAND

P15B

Character Strengths and Wellbeing: A Comparison of Young Adults from Counselling Centres with Community Samples Afifa ANJUM - Lahore, PAKISTAN

P15C

The mutual support model of mindfulness and character strengths Dandan PANG - Zurich, SWITZERLAND

P15D

Passion and Optimal Functioning in Society : The Mediating Effects of Self-Efficacy Fabien FENOUILLET - Nanterre, FRANCE

P15E

Sense of coherence and authenticity mediate the relationship between grit and different aspects of well-being Daiva DAUKANTAIT - Lund, SWEDEN

AS09 Symposium - Salon de Réception Does Positive Education work? Enablers and disablers AS09A

Does Positive Education work: Enablers and disablers. Dianne VELLA-BRODRICK - Carlton, AUSTRALIA

AS09B

Implementing positive education – The Year 10 experience (com2 Sympo13) Charlie SCUDAMORE - Geelong, AUSTRALIA

AS09C

Positive Education for Year 10 students: Is it working? Dianne VELLA-BRODRICK - Carlton, AUSTRALIA

AS09D

Wuzzup?: A mobile experience sampling app for tracking program knowledge application in everyday life (com3, sympo13) Tan-Chyuan CHIN - Melbourne, AUSTRALIA


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 30th 2016 10:45

AS10 Symposium - Espace Grand Angle 1 Character strengths and positive schooling: Focusing on teachers and students AS10A

Character strengths and positive schooling: Focusing on teachers and students Marco WEBER - Kassel, GERMANY

AS10B

On the relations between students’ character strengths, school satisfaction, academic emotions, perceived teaching behavior, and school achievement Marco WEBER - Kassel, GERMANY

AS10C

The relationships between character strengths and work-related outcomes in teachers Claudia HARZER - Kassel, GERMANY

AS10D

Effective classroom management and student satisfaction: Role of teachers’ character strengths Polona GRADI EK - Ljubljana, SLOVENIA

AS11 Symposium - Sable The Well-being Journey at the University of Melbourne: Framework, Strategies, and Measures of Success AS11A

The Well-being Journey at the University of Melbourne: Framework, Strategies, and Measures of Success Margaret KERN - Parkville, AUSTRALIA

AS11B

The Seeds of Change: Lessons Learned from Implementing Positive Education at the Tertiary Level Margaret KERN - Parkville, AUSTRALIA

AS11C

The Positive University Classroom: Pedagogy, Framework, and Strategies Margaret KERN - Parkville, AUSTRALIA

AS11D

The Added Value of Positive Education in Universities: Innovative Measures of Impact Margaret KERN - Parkville, AUSTRALIA

W06 Workshop - Quartz Childhood and youth 2 W06A

Resilient Futures: an integrated approach to building wellbeing amongst disadvantaged young people David KELLY - Adelaide, AUSTRALIA

W06B

Life skills and Childrens’ Characterstrengths Mette Marie LEDERTOUG - Humlebaek, DENMARK

13:00

14:30


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 30th 2016 13:00

IS09 Invited Symposium - Auditorium Mindfulness, loving kindness meditation and positive psychology IS09A

Mindfulness, loving kindness meditation and positive psychology Rebecca SHANKLAND - Grenoble, FRANCE

IS09B

Learning to Love: Cumulative Variability in OXTR and CD38 Moderates the Positive Emotion Yield of Loving-kindness Training Barbara L. FREDRICKSON - Chapel Hill, USA

IS09C

Lessons from the ReSource project: Behavioral and brain changes in affective processing after a 9-month longitudinal mental training program Pauline FAVRE - Leipzig, GERMANY

IS09D

Differentiating underlying mechanisms in mindfulness and positive psychology interventions for social workers Rebecca SHANKLAND - Grenoble, FRANCE

IS10 Invited Symposium - Open Garden Pistes novatrices de recherche en psychologie positive francophone IS10A

Pistes novatrices de recherche en psychologie positive francophone Jacques LECOMTE

IS10B

L’apprenance : une ressource pour la résilience. Le cas des femmes ayant été victimes de violences Joanna DUPOUY - Nanterre - La Défense, FRANCE

IS10C

Appreciative Inquiry et intervention positive dans les organisations/ Appreciative Inquiry et intervention positive dans les organisations Jean Christophe BARRALIS - Grenoble, FRANCE

IS10D

Impacts multiples chez les élèves de la restauration de la motivation de sécurisation par les enseignants Catherine FAVRE - Paris, FRANCE


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 30th 2016 13:00

P16 Paper Session - Espace Grand Angle 2 Professional environment- Chair: Dora GUORUN GUOMUNDSDOTTIR - Reykjavik, ICELAND P16A

Improving motivation, positive emotions and goal achievement through new technologies Sara DE RIVAS - Madrid, SPAIN

P16B

FLOW AT WORK AS A MODERATOR OF THE SELF-DETERMINATION MODEL OF WORK ENGAGEMENT Giovanni MONETA - London, UNITED KINGDOM

P16C

Self-regulated well-being: Rumination’s harmful impact, and the mitigating influences of selfefficacy, reflection and social support Inge VAN SEGGELEN - Heerlen, THE NETHERLANDS

P16D

Work engagement and job performance: testing JD-R model in two samples in public and private sector Jurgita LAZAUSKAITE-ZABIELSKE - Vilnius, LITHUANIA

P16E

Is Authenthic-Durable Happiness soluble in work environments? Marion INIGO - Toulouse, FRANCE

P18 Paper Session - Secrète Social change 2 - Mental Health and Therapies 3- Chair: Jan WALBURG - Enschede, NETHERLANDS P18A

Can we enhance psychological well-being? Results from a meta-analysis on the promotion of psychological well-being Laura WEISS - Enschede, THE NETHERLANDS

P18B

Spillover effects within family microsystems: Intergenerational involvement, martial satisfaction and parenting behaviour. Tzu-Yuan LIN - New Taipei City, TAIWAN

P18C

Happiness from experiential and material purchases: inherent asymmetries and potential Sofia KOUSI - Athens, GREECE

P18D

Inequalities in well-being across Europe and the impact of the financial crisis Kai RUGGERI - Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM

P18E

Does the Awareness of Individual Happiness have an Effect on Individual Happiness? Kai LUDWIGS - Dusseldorf, GERMANY


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 30th 2016 13:00

AS12 Symposium - Salon de RĂŠception Well-being across health conditions and life stages: empirical findings and the challenge of collaborative research AS12A

Well-being across health conditions and life stages: empirical findings and the challenge of collaborative research Antonella DELLE FAVE - Milano, ITALY

AS12B

Sense of Coherence, Time Perspective and Positive Aging Ulrich WIESMANN - Greifswald, GERMANY

AS12C

Despite Haemophilia: a multidisciplinary, mixed method and person-centered research model Andrea BUZZI - Milano, ITALY

AS12D

Something of value: happiness, goals and meanings in daily life among persons with multiple sclerosis and their caregivers Antonella DELLE FAVE - Milano, ITALY

AS13 Symposium - Espace Grand Angle 1 Embedding a Strengths Focus at School AS13A

Embedding a Strengths Focus at School Denise QUINLAN - Dunedin, NEW ZEALAND

AS13B

Golden opportunities to embed strengths in schools: Planning, reflection, and strengthspotting Denise QUINLAN - Dunedin, NEW ZEALAND

AS13C

Building strengths through circles-based social and emotional learning Sue ROFFEY - Parramatta, AUSTRALIA

AS13D

Helping school bullies develop character strengths to reduce bullying and enhance pro-social behaviours. Jolanta BURKE - Dublin, IRELAND


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 30th 2016 13:00

AS14 Symposium - Sable Positive mental health: the role of genetics and environmental sensitivity AS14A

Positive mental health: the role of genetics and environmental sensitivity Corina GREVEN - Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS

AS14B

The opposite end of the ADHD continuum Corina GREVEN - Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS

AS14C

Environmental Sensitivity in Children: Concept, Measurement, and Empirical Findings Michael PLUESS - London, UNITED KINGDOM

AS14D

A genome-wide approach to differential susceptibility and response to psychological treatments Robert KEERS - London, UNITED KINGDOM

W07 Workshop - Green Education 2 W07A

Developing and delivering Positive Education training for teachers and parents within a school community Charlie SCUDAMORE - Corio, AUSTRALIA

W08 Workshop - Quartz Mental Health and Therapies 2 W08A

Leaders at their Best: A Positive Psychology Initiative for University Students Karin ARIZALA - Ann Arbor, USA

W08B

Recovery from an eating disorder is about eating behavior, cognitions and BMI, or is it about well-being? Jan Alexander DE VOS - Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS

W09 Workshop - Softy Health and Wellness 1 W09A

Embodied Experience: Improving Well-Being Through Expressive Movement Linda UGELOW - Bedford, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

W09B

Shake Your Body: Exhilarating Movement For Positive Health Across Lifespan Lisa BUKSBAUM - New York, U.S.A

14:45

16:15


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 30th 2016 14:45

IS11 Invited Symposium - Auditorium Flourishing IS11A

Flourishing Felicia HUPPERT - Sydney, AUSTRALIA

IS11B

The impact of the global financial crisis on flourishing across Europe Kai RUGGERI - Cambridge, UNITED KINGDOM

IS11C

Mindfulness Based Flourishing: Practical Wisdom in Modern Buddhism Francis MCKAY - Chicago, USA

IS11D

Engaging Communities: Improving Resilience and Wellbeing: Positive psychology in media based approaches Marten W. DEVRIES - Maastricht, THE NETHERLANDS

IS12 Invited Symposium - Open Garden Meaning, strengths, values and spiritual accomplishments IS12A

Meaning, strengths, values and spiritual accomplishments Willibald RUCH - Zurich, SWITZERLAND

IS12B

MEANING IN THE CONTEXT OF BETTER LIVING: EVIDENCE FROM DAILY EXPERIENCE SAMPLING RESEARCH Michael F. STEGER - Fort Collins, USA

IS12C

Self-Transcendent Experience: A Potent Source of Spirituality and Meaning David YADEN - Philadelphia, USA

IS12D

Interventions on meaning in the realm of the Authentic Happiness-theory and extensions: Findings from two recent studies Rene T. PROYER - Halle, GERMANY


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 30th 2016 14:45

P19 Paper Session - Espace Grand Angle 1 Cross-Cultural Approach 1- Chair: Ingrid BRDAR - Rijeka, CROATIA P19A

The Moderating Effects of Individual and Organizational Characteristics on the Relationship between Life and Job satisfaction among European Workers Laurent SOVET - Mont-Saint-Aignan, FRANCE

P19B

Well-being and materialism as predictors of financial investment – Croatian case Zvjezdana PRIZMIC LARSEN - St. Louis, Mo, USA

P19C

Unraveling the relationship between religion and life satisfaction: A cross-cultural study Selin MISIR - Ankara, TURKEY

P19D

Work-related Flow Inventory: Initial evidence of validity of the Brazilian version Clarissa PINTO PIZARRO DE FREITAS - Porto Alegre, BRASIL

P19E

Complexity: Towards a new measure of societal well-being Daniel GRUNER - Los Angeles, USA

P20 Paper Session - Espace Grand Angle 2 Organization and/or Leadership 2- Chair: Antonella DELLE FAVE - Milano, ITALY P20A

Basic psychological need satisfaction and its impact on turnover intention across industries within Windhoek, Namibia. Wesley PIETERS - Windhoek, NAMIBIA

P20B

The role of personal psychological resources, well-being and happiness in the workplace: A test of the Workplace Happiness Model. Agota KUN - Budapest, HUNGARY

P20C

The effect of contemplative practices in work settings: A systematic review and meta-analysis Gavin SLEMP - Carlton, AUSTRALIA

P20D

Determinants and psychological benefits of work engagement Gaja ZAGER KOCJAN - Ljubljana, SLOVENIA


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 30th 2016 14:45

P21 Paper Session - Softy Physical health and exercise 1- Chair: Marei SALAMA-YOUNÈS - Cairo, EGYPT P21A

Self-report measures for assessing adherence to treatment in chronic illness. Agnieszka BOJANOWSKA - Poznan, POLAND

P21B

Verbal encouragement effects on handgrip isometric contraction and associated electromyographic activity Chama BELKHIRIA - Nanterre, FRANCE

P21C

Mind Body Practice and Body Weight Status in a Large Population-Based Sample of Adults Sandrine PÉNEAU - Bobigny, FRANCE

P21D

Measuring the Well-Being of Elite Australian Para and Olympic Sport Athletes Hannah MACDOUGALL - Bundoora, AUSTRALIA

P21E

Tolerance to exercise could explain the pleasure or displeasure felt during a moderate physical activity. Mauraine CARLIER - Villeneuve D'Ascq, FRANCE

P22 Paper Session - Secrète Research methods 2- Chair: Charles MARTIN-KRUMM - Rennes, FRANCE P22A

Are all happy families really alike? An examination of the structure of well-being Angela BIEDA - Bochum, GERMANY

P22B

Is PERMA real? The truth is out there. Maria HENNESSY - Townsville, AUSTRALIA

P22C

A New Questionnaire to Measure Underuse/Overuse of Character Strengths Pavel FREIDLIN - Ariel, ISRAEL

P22D

Does social desirability explain the association of well-being and performance? Evgeny OSIN - Moscow, RUSSIA

P22E

How to think "flow" differently? Theoretical proposals for individual and collective flow Milija SIMLESA - Clichy, FRANCE

AS15 Symposium - Green Coaching and Positive Psychology: Perfect partners for positive systemic change. AS15

Coaching and Positive Psychology: Perfect partners for positive systemic change. Sean O'CONNOR - Camperdown, AUSTRALIA


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 30th 2016 14:45

AS16 Symposium - Sable How Flow Promotes Wellness: Studies in Work, Music, Solitude, and Recreation AS16

How Flow Promotes Wellness: Studies in Work, Music, Solitude, and Recreation Orin DAVIS - New York, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

AS20 Symposium - Salon de RĂŠception Character Strengths Use in Schools AS20A

Character Strengths Use in Schools Shiri LAVY - Haifa, ISRAEL

AS20B

Perseverance and the well-being journey Margaret KERN - Parkville, AUSTRALIA

AS20C

The role of character strengths use in teachers for teacher-related and student-related outcomes Claudia HARZER - Kassel, GERMANY

AS20D

The good teacher: The (expected and unexpected) associations of character strengths use with teacher functioning Shiri LAVY - Haifa, ISRAEL

W10 Workshop - Quartz Organization and/or Leadership 2 - Social change W10A

Building a Strengths-Based Culture in Organizations Sue LANGLEY - St Pauls Lpo, AUSTRALIA

W10B

Changing State: how positive psychology drives the State of Wellbeing in South Australia- the tactics and strategy of social change at scale. Gabrielle KELLY - Adelaide, AUSTRALIA

16:30

17:15

K08 Keynote - Auditorium When clinical psychology contributes to advances in positive psychology, and viceversa K08

17:15

When clinical psychology contributes to advances in positive psychology, and vice -versa Chiara RUINI - Bologna, ITALY

18:00


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline June 30th 2016 17:15

K09 Keynote - Auditorium How the Human Brain forms Optimistic Beliefs K09

How the Human Brain forms Optimistic Beliefs Neil GARRETT - London, UNITED KINGDOM

19:00 Social Event Meeting - Les Greniers Saint-Jean Social Event at les Greniers Saint-Jean

23:00


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline July 1st 2016

8:30

July 1st 2016 8:30

15:00

POF Poster - Grand Hall Poster Session of Friday July 1st

9:00

9:45

K10 Keynote - Auditorium What Makes People Flourish? K10

What Makes People Flourish? Felicia HUPPERT - Sydney, AUSTRALIA

9:45

10:30

K11 Keynote - Auditorium Aspirational social planning: beyond social problems and living standards K11

10:45

Aspirational social planning: beyond social problems and living standards Neil THIN - Edinburgh, UNITED KINGDOM

12:15

IS13 Invited Symposium - Auditorium Positive cultures of criticism: how positive psychology may learn from, and contribute to good criticism IS13

Positive cultures of criticism: how positive psychology may learn from, and contribute to good criticism Hans Henrik KNOOP - Aarhus, DENMARK


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline July 1st 2016

10:45

IS14 Invited Symposium - Open Garden Positive psychology and life span IS14A

Positive psychology and life span Colette AGUERRE - Tours, FRANCE

IS14B

Proactive coping and positive aging David DELALU - Tours, FRANCE

IS14C

ABCD (« Atelier Bien-être et Coping envers la Douleur Chronique”) : a workshop for chronic pain patients including positive interventions Morgiane BRIDOU - Paris, FRANCE

IS14D

Well-being and intergenerational approach Caroline GIRAUDEAU - Tours, FRANCE

IS15 Invited Symposium - Espace Grand Angle 1 Positive Psychology and Heroism IS15A

Positive Psychology and Heroism Mihaly CSIKSZENTMIHALYI - Claremont, Ca., USA

IS15B

The Impact of Heroism on Late-life Moral Exemplars: Narratives of Positive Change Jeanne NAKAMURA - Claremont, Ca., USA

IS15C

Positively Deviant Heroes: Factors Influencing The Decision to Engage in and Sustain Social Heroism Michael CONDREN - Claremont, Ca., USA

IS15D

Prosocial Disobedience Behaviours of Eminent Creators Izabela LEBUDA - Warsaw, POLAND


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline July 1st 2016

10:45

P23 Paper Session - Sable Education 4- Chair: Tamara GORDEEVA - Moscow, RUSSIAN FEDERATION P23A

How to ensure a positive learning process among students: Giving students a voice – Presenting an ultra-brief outcome measure for students: The Learning Rating Scale (LRS) Poul NISSEN - Copenhagen, DANMARK

P23B

Developing strenghts of character among primary school teaching students: an interesting way to build a positive professional and personal identity Nancy GOYETTE - Drummondville, CANADA

P23C

Positive psychology based intervention causes significant mental health improvement in university students Lieke VERHAGEN - Nijmegen, THE NETHERLANDS

P23D

Developing student and staff growth mindsets in a sustainable, scalable and flexible, online intervention Berni COOPER - Brisbane, AUSTRALIA

P23E

Effectiveness of Group Intervention Based on Positive Therapy on Dysfunctional Attitudes and Happiness in Adolescent Sareh BEHZADI POUR - Shiraz, IRAN

P24 Paper Session - Softy Health and Wellness 4- Chair: Marlena KOSSAKOWSKA - Sopot, POLAND P24A

Personality, Optimism, Hope, and religiosity among Cancer Patients Radhika GUPTA - Chandigarh, INDIA

P24B

Flow experience and individual differences László HARMAT - Stockholm, SWEDEN

P24C

The relationship between health-related behavior and life satisfaction, quality of life, wellbeing, positive affect and spirituality among future professionals expected to support people’s physical or mental health

P24D

Posttraumatic growth over time: A two-year study comparing melanoma and breast cancer patients Marianne BOURDON - Nantes, FRANCE

P24E

The Role of Social and Emotional Intelligence in Mental Well-Being Tayfun DOGAN - Istanbul, TURKEY


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline July 1st 2016

10:45

AS17 Symposium - Salon de Réception Positive Psychology in Business: Making a positive impact on leaders and their organizations AS17

Positive Psychology in Business: Making a positive impact on leaders and their organizations Giselle TIMMERMAN - Barcelona, SPAIN

AS18 Symposium - Espace Grand Angle 2 Coaching Psychology and Positive Psychology - Perfect Partners AS18

Coaching Psychology and Positive Psychology - Perfect Partners Suzy GREEN - Bellevue Hill, AUSTRALIA

AS19 Symposium - Quartz The Hope-Barometer and Positive Attributes Survey 2015 in Switzerland, Germany, Poland, France, and the Czech Republik – New Findings for Research and Practice AS19

The Hope-Barometer and Positive Attributes Survey 2015 in Switzerland, Germany, Poland, France, and the Czech Republik – New Findings for Research and Practice Andreas KRAFFT - Wittenbach, SWITZERLAND

W11 Workshop - Green Organization and/or Leadership 1 W11A

How to teach and embed wellbeing at work– summary content of a successful 3 day series Paula ROBINSON - Sydney, AUSTRALIA

W11B

Humor in Management Edda BJORGVINSDOTTIR - Reykjavik, ICELAND

W12 Workshop - Secrète Education 3 - Health and Wellness 2 W12A

The Demanufacture Strategy - How Positive psychology is going to revolutionise the approach to mental health through schools in deprived areas. Alastair ARNOTT - Birmingham, UNITED KINGDOM

W12B

Romance and Research: An Interactive Strengths Model for Connecting the Head and the Heart James PAWELSKI - Philadelphia, USA

13:00

13:45


ECPP 2016 - Programme

Timeline July 1st 2016

13:00

K12 Keynote - Auditorium Positive Education K12

Education Ilona BONIWELL - Paris, FRANCE

13:45 Closing Ceremony Meeting - Auditorium Closing ceremony

14:30

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