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Robert Emmons, Ph.D.
Prof Researcher, author, & speaker, science of gratitude & joy. Editor-in-Chief,The Journal of Positive Psychology. Science consultant
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Workhuman May 16
Gratitude plays an important role in creating a healthy work environment. But don’t just take our word for it. shares the top 9 gratitude quotes from :
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Robert Emmons, Ph.D. May 9
“Perhaps we should inquire more intensely into the natural impulse to express gratitude—Gratitude toward nature at large, gratitude toward the whole of which we are a part, perhaps even toward the loving Source of all that is.” —Michael Novak
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Robert Emmons, Ph.D. May 2
Gratitude has the power to heal, energize, and change lives.
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CherylSnappConner Nov 21
By : Why Gratitude Helps You Most In Hard Times via
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Robert Emmons, Ph.D. Apr 25
View encounters and experiences as gifts you have been given or received. Recasting your life as a gift propels gratitude, wrote the late Prof. Charlie Shelton, S.J.
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Robert Emmons, Ph.D. Apr 21
Gratitude is more than a happiness inducing strategy. It is a life-giving reality.
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Robert Emmons, Ph.D. Apr 19
An Easter weekend reflection on why we need gratitude.
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Robert Emmons, Ph.D. Apr 18
Occasionally I am asked THE reason why gratitude works. If I had to isolate one thing, it would be FREEDOM. Freedom from circumstances that dictate our moods, freedom from having to always clamor for credit, freedom to acknowledge contributions of others. Gratitude sets us free.
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Robert Emmons, Ph.D. Apr 14
"Try to think of every round of golf as a gift that has been given to you by your money, your leisure, your friends, the course personnel, the planet, and perhaps even God...remember to be grateful."--M. Scott Peck, Golf and the Spirit
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Robert Emmons, Ph.D. Apr 5
Replying to @D_Graham2
Let’s go Huskies!
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Sarah Schnitker, Ph.D. Apr 5
Prayers of thanksgiving are a common occurrence. What are the benefits of expressing gratitude through prayer?
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Robert Emmons, Ph.D. Apr 1
Replying to @ElizFEmens
Thank you. One of my favorite authors!
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Robert Emmons, Ph.D. Mar 27
Replying to @BC_Admission
Amazing faculty. We are grateful!
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Workhuman Mar 27
Gratitude heals, energizes, and transforms lives. reports on new research from on how to build a habit of gratitude in your organization:
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Robert Emmons, Ph.D. Mar 24
Replying to @D_Graham2
Best game in tournament so far.
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Robert Emmons, Ph.D. Mar 21
What is the neural signature of gratitude? As a complex social emotion, gratitude is rooted in multiple brain systems:
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Robert Emmons, Ph.D. Mar 20
Agreed Kevin. I guess it didn’t fit their acronym.
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Robert Emmons, Ph.D. Mar 20
Best gratitude study of 2018: Why expressing gratitude is challenging
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Robert Emmons, Ph.D. Mar 19
Gratitude for differences is the key to unity in a culture of contempt, not civility or tolerance says . We need those with whom we disagree
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Robert Emmons, Ph.D. Mar 19
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