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學生對 耶鲁大学 提供的 The Science of Well-Being 的評價和反饋

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課程概述

In this course you will engage in a series of challenges designed to increase your own happiness and build more productive habits. As preparation for these tasks, Professor Laurie Santos reveals misconceptions about happiness, annoying features of the mind that lead us to think the way we do, and the research that can help us change. You will ultimately be prepared to successfully incorporate a specific wellness activity into your life. THE SCIENCE OF WELL BEING WAS PRODUCED IN PART DUE TO THE GENEROUS FUNDING OF THE DAVID F. SWENSEN FUND FOR INNOVATION IN TEACHING....

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2020年8月27日

This is an outstanding course! I was able to change into a more positive and productive mindset as taught in this course. I highly recommend it to everyone regardless of your profession or background.

DM

2021年1月8日

This course has the power enough to change the course of your life. It can be a journey from misery to well being, if you follow the instructions given in this program. A must must must attend course.

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創建者 Lapo G

2020年7月2日

Successful course to learn all happiness skills and improvement. You learn both theory but most of all practice!

創建者 Shankha S P

2020年6月19日

You will feel great to know the techniques of keeping yourself mentally healthier after taking this course.

創建者 Nisha C

2020年6月18日

A very valuable course if self improvement & happiness are what you're after. Excellent lectures& guidance.

創建者 Mac M

2019年2月22日

A lot of "WOW"-Moments, insights into the science of happiness and how to put it in your day-to-day life.

創建者 Robert Y

2020年3月26日

Excellent course. Worth every minute. I think the instructor is fantastic. She gets an A+ in my book!

創建者 Delphine R

2019年5月19日

I've learned tones and it helped me trough hard times and for my pratice as a spychotherapist outdoor

創建者 Natalie T W

2020年7月2日

I truly enjoyed this course! It helped me see things differently regarding how is happiness defined.

創建者 Abdelrahman M

2020年3月25日

amazing course and an amazing honest instructor and very well documented and science backed up ideas

創建者 Otto C

2020年7月2日

Definitely made me rethink about what I though would make me happy. I highly recommend this course

創建者 Mónica M

2020年8月15日

Appropriate course for all people who need to reconnect habits and improve well-being in general.

創建者 Sabrina A

2020年6月19日

Great course. Easily accessible, good pace and very engaging and down to earth content. Loved it!

創建者 Andy S

2020年3月26日

It was very satisfying course in the right timing! Thank you for this amazing study.

創建者 Jennifer P

2020年6月18日

To me this course was very disappointing . The content of the course I feel was not worth the $50 I paid for and only received a printable certificate. Unfortunately I don't feel that the content put together really kept my interest. In my opinion there really was too much information with study results and not enough hands on with truly practicing well being and utilizing that in real life.

創建者 DULCEMARIA G S

2020年6月24日

I did not like the course at all. The format is really boring and impersonal. The videos are too long, the content is repetitive. The exams have very specific questions and I did not like Laurie's attitude when teaching "class". Of course it is useful because the theory of this course is very important for life, however I am disappointed in it.

創建者 Lucia P

2020年12月29日

I am dropping this course. For starters, it's shocking to see such a high level of disengagement with the Yale students who are attending the course live. The professor is constantly 'pulling teeth' to get them to answer simple interactive questions.

But my bigger issue is this: the video is constantly being interrupted with a prompt to encourage me to purchase a certificate. There's no way to opt out of this happening throughout the video; therefore, I have to stop and start the course continuously. I took an Edx course several years ago called the Science of Happiness that was far more engaging, seamlessly interactive.

創建者 Ananta S

2021年3月25日

it is not what I expected a course to be. i have done many courses here but this one is the worst experience I ever had . nothing innovative to hold your attention , only boring lectures and a boring non interactive spokesperson .

創建者 Mary H

2021年4月15日

I had major ethical disagreements with the content of the course

創建者 Ali A Z

2020年8月21日

I have completed the course but why don’t I get the certificate?

創建者 Omar B M

2021年3月2日

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創建者 Satinder G

2021年1月22日

The course was very enriching and gave new insights into the science of well-being. The concepts covered are very relevant, especially the focus on positive psychology. Special kudos to Prof. Laurie Santos for putting together this beautiful course. In the times in which we are living, it is important for evolved minds like Prof. Laurie to come forward and extend their influence on large sections of society to change the course of the current discourse. We need inclusion, of all...humans, our nature, and everything around, in our concept of growth and progress. We have allowed things to drift too far. It's time that positivity by evolved and spiritual souls like Prof. Laurie is spread more and more. It's time for action. As I complete this course, a thought that crossed my mind was...wow...I have done a course from Yale, a thought which is so uplifting. Thanks Prof. Laurie and thanks Yale University .

創建者 Shawn E

2021年1月14日

The class was well organized and the modules were easy to work through. I enjoyed learning about the latest research about happiness, the importance of social connections, meditation, and how to create new habits and goal setting strategies. Although I "know" about these things through my experience, it was insightful to learn some of the science behind these practices. The professor did a good job too, and I enjoyed the videos of her with the students in a discussion class, as well as the interviews. Finally, I have a list of some books and TED talks to check out. One thing I'm curious about... Was this class recorded before the CoVid crisis? It was very valuable to me after 9 months of shutdown and quarantine, and I think others would find it helpful to cope as well. Thank you.

創建者 Deleted A

2020年12月23日

The course was very interesting and enriching. It provided me insights into the psychological perspective on how an Individual can train oneself towards making the best out of whatever life has offered . It has helped me see the silver-lining that surrounds the dark cloud of difficulty or adversity. This course has helped me in a big way to make my NEW-YEAR resolutions, to lead a more meaningful life.

May I express my heartfelt gratitude to the Course teacher, Laurie Santos and her team of experts. They were truly inspiring and meticulously chosen for the sessions. Overall the course was truly absorbing and of course the "Re-wirement exercises" were nice.

Many best wishes for the New Year-2021 in advance, to the entire community at Yale.

創建者 Riley C

2020年12月22日

This is an incredible class! I cannot recommend it enough! I really encourage anyone to check it out. I was going through a bit of a low point when I began, and now I just feel like I have a fresh perspective on things around me. We took a pre test and a post test with this class and my happiness levels nearly doubled from start to finish. I mean if that isn't enough evidence of what an excellent class this is, I don't know what is! Also the professor is someone young and relatable, and the examples are very 'real life', so that is always awesome! Check it out!

創建者 Pau

2020年12月25日

I enjoyed the course more than expected. :) Great examples of studies and resources for deep dive. Practical and useful information to rewire your habit, but also I learned why we should change the habit, what obstacles can we face, and how everybody will need to be patient in building them.

Definitely recommended if you seek more than just a checklist and best practices.