Milla Titova, Ph.D.
Assistant Teaching ProfessorDegree From: University of Missouri
Interests: Positive psychology; happiness and well-being; prosocial behavior
|Course(s)||PSYCH 303 - Personality Psychology|
|PSYCH 345 - Social Psychology|
|PSYCH 478 - Cultural Psychology|
|Website(s)||Happiness Lab Website|
|Do I accept and train new psychology graduate students in general?|
My research interests concentrate on happiness and well-being, specifically, how cultural and personality differences affect people’s well-being levels, as well as the experience of happiness and positive emotions. I am also investigating how people’s relationships with the places and spaces that they occupy connect to happiness and well-being.
- Titova L. & Sheldon K. M. (In Press). Happiness comes from trying to make others feel good, rather than oneself. Journal of Positive Psychology.
- Titova L. & Sheldon K. M. (In Press). Thwarted Beneficence: Not Getting to Help Lowers Mood. Journal of Positive Psychology.
- Titova L. & Sheldon K. M. (2018). Why Do I Feel This Way? Attributional Assessment of Happiness and Unhappiness. Journal of Positive Psychology, 14(5), 1-14.
- Titova L., Werner, K. M., & Sheldon K. M. (2018). Translating Positive Psychology. Translational Issues in Psychological Science, 4(3), 211-214.
- Titova L., Wagstaff A., & Parks A. C. (2017). Disentangling the Effects of Gratitude and Optimism: A Cross-Cultural Investigation. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 48(5), 754-770.