Recommended

Here is a list of useful sources for anyone studying MAPP or involved with Positive Psychology

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Essential Reading

This section is devoted to highlighting books and journals to help you study MAPP. They’ve been recommended by staff and students alike, please add your comments below both with your feedback on the books and if you have an essential recommendation you would like us to feature. 

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Positive Psychology: Theory, Research and Applications by Kate Hefferon & Iiona Boniwell

Kate Hefferon and Ilona Boniwell run the MAPP program at the University of East London, UK. Their book,Positive Psychology: Theory, Research and Applications, has been written with the aim of providing a comprehensive introduction to the field of positive psychology for undergraduate and post-graduate students. It’s being used as the core text on the UEL MAPP from autumn 2011. It provides lecturers with a clear structure for teaching the subject.

Bridget Grenville Cleave (Cohort 1)

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This book represents the framework of MAPP at UEL and is also a great primer for those interested in PP

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