2,104-114 (2010) Posttraumatic growth has become a growing area of interest with the positive psychology movement.
What does PPM stand for?
PPM stands for Positive Psychology Movement
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We have 379 other meanings of PPM in our Acronym Attic
- Points per Match (various sports)
- Points Per Minute
- Policy & Procedure Manual
- Pollution and Process Monitoring Ltd (UK)
- Pollution Prevention Manager
- Port Power Supply Module (Telabs)
- Portable People Meter (Arbitron Inc. audience measurement system)
- Portable Pixel Map
- Portfolio Product Manager (various companies)
- Positive Performance Management
- Post Program Monitoring (International Monetary Fund)
- Postings Per Month (USENET)
- Pounds (Mass) Per Minute
- Power Policy Manager (computing)
- Practical Pain Management
- Pre-Assembled Power Module (wind turbines)
- Precision Parts Manufacturing (Canadian-based Hungarian company)
- Prediction by Partial Matching
- Prediction by Pattern Matching
- Premier Portfolio Managers (UK)
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Our values are derived from the positive psychology movement.
They first consider traditional approaches to defining stress, contemporary definitions, the costs and causes of stress, and the changing nature of work, then issues with the measurement of coping and new directions in research, including the positive psychology movement, new approaches to coping, its effectiveness, and leisure as a strategy.
Byline: Steve Crabtree Synopsis: The precepts of the Positive Psychology movement have profound implications for both huge multinational corporations and the micro-enterprises that represent the seeds of a better future in developing nations.
Seligman, a past president of the American Psychological Association, is considered the founder of the positive psychology movement.
The instrument is rooted in the philosophy of the positive psychology movement (Seligman, 2000).
The Positive Psychology movement is gaining ground and starting to shape psychology research.