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How do young people develop into thriving adults?
The Thrive Center strives to promote human thriving through relevant research and developing resources for individuals and organizations that help young people become flourishing adults.
APA Division 36 has issued a call for papers for the mid-year conference being held at Biola University, April 25-26, 2014. Click the header for more information about submitting research and attending the conference.
Did you miss Monday's Thrive Center Reflectorium? Read a recap of Dr. Peter Samuelson's presentation on Intellectual Humility and Thrive Fellow Kelsy Richardson's presentations on prayer and gratitude.