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Happiness Within Reach

February 12, 2011
Stanford, CA | Map It

Speakers from the fields of neuroscience and the psychology of human happiness will present the latest research and practices for human happiness and compassion.

*Event is sold out*

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Note: This is not a Greater Good Science Event.

It is a natural pursuit to want to be happy. But that seems to be quite challenging in this day and age, when people are so stressed for success. This unique conference includes Paul Ekman, Jim Doty, Fred Luskin and other luminaries from the fields of neuroscience and psychology who will demonstrate the best ways of achieving happiness and compassion.

Conference fees will cover the cost of materials, lunch, and refreshments.

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