Luise Schlindwein
Luise Schlindwein studied German at Radboud University in Nijmegen, the Netherlands, and obtained her Bachelor's degree in Psychology. She received a Master's degree in Behavioral Science and worked as a web editor for Among other things, she investigated the impact of implementing Constructive Journalism in news for children and...
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Elisheva Schwartz
Elisheva is a dyslexia researcher, intelligence redefine-er ,consultant and perpetual quester . She’s on a mission to help parents, teachers and students shift their perspective of dyslexia from a limiting, deficit-based definition, to a holistic, strength-oriented perspective. Elisheva hosts the popular The Dyslexia Quest Podcast, which uses dyslexia as a...
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Nancy L. Segal
Dr. Nancy L. Segal received a B.A. degree in psychology (with distinction) and English literature from Boston University (1973), and M.A. (1974) and Ph.D. (1982) degrees in Social Sciences and Behavioral Sciences from the University of Chicago. She is currently Professor of Psychology at California State University, Fullerton (CSUF) and...
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Emma Seppala
Emma Seppala, Ph.D is the Associate Director at Stanford University's Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education. She is also a Research Scientist and Honorary Fellow with the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Center for Investigating Healthy Minds. Emma's areas of expertise are health psychology, well-being, and resilience. She has examined...
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Mark Sheerin
Mark Sheerin wrote for Hyperallergic, the Arts Desk and Culture24 and blogs at criticismism II.
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Dr. Paul Silvia
Paul J. Silvia, PhD, is the Lucy Spinks Keker Excellence Professor at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He received his doctorate in psychology from the University of Kansas in 2001. Among many other things, he studies the psychology of creativity and the arts, particularly how people come up...
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Peter Sims
Peter Sims is an award-winning author and entrepreneur. His book Little Bets: How Breakthrough Ideas Emerge from Small Discoveries (2014) grew out of a long collaboration with faculty at Stanford’s Institute of Design (the, as well as his previous work in venture capital. He was also the co-author with...
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Kamila Slawinski
Kamila Slawinski is the Content Manager at the Creativity Post. Her professional experience spans from writing and journalism to marketing and public relations for arts- and education-related nonprofits. Kamila's first book, a collection of essays about New York City "Nowy Jork: przewodnik niepraktyczny" was published in 2008 in her native Poland.
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Lynne Soraya
Lynne Soraya (a pseudonym) learned early the impact of expectations and the reality of the diversity of the human experience. A child with an unusual profile of skills and abilities, she was blessed with excellent teachers who saw through her differences and struggles to the ability beneath. It was only...
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Yashi Srivastava
Yashi believes that all human beings want to lead happy, fulfilling lives and that this is more in our control than we often realize. As a trained Positive Psychology professional and an ICF certified coach, she helps people make intentional choices to improve their relationships, find more meaning at work...
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