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Envy theory : perspectives on the psychology of envy

Author: Frank John Ninivaggi
Publisher: Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, ©2010.
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"Envy arouses questions about fairness and unequal distribution of resources. Scavenging for hidden treasures and exploiting the acquisition of what is perceived to be free also imply underlying envy and greed. Envy, in isolation, can be destructive to psychological processes. Endowments of envy, however, are not as bleak and unsparing as they at first may appear. Envy, recognized and intelligently managed,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Ninivaggi, Frank John.
Envy theory.
Lanham, Md. : Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, ©2010
(DLC) 2010010841
(OCoLC)557407162
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Frank John Ninivaggi
ISBN: 9781442205765 1442205768 1282820540 9781282820548
OCLC Number: 670282628
Language Note: English.
Description: 1 online resource (vi, 391 pages)
Contents: Love and the complex problem of destructiveness --
Inborn envy --
An introduction to the nuclear envy concept --
Human psychological development : theoretical underpinnings admiration, hopeful anticipation, reverence, and compassion --
The subjective, intrapsychic, and phenomenological experience of envy and related states of mind --
The nuclear genesis of envy --
A microscopic analysis of envy's dedicated pathways --
Envy's conscious derivatives : signs, symptoms, and surface indicators of envy's inner dialogue --
The healthy maturation of envy : admiration, gratitude, and empath --
Recognizing envy : historical and clinical contexts.
Responsibility: Frank John Ninivaggi.

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"Envy arouses questions about fairness and unequal distribution of resources. Scavenging for hidden treasures and exploiting the acquisition of what is perceived to be free also imply underlying envy and greed. Envy, in isolation, can be destructive to psychological processes. Endowments of envy, however, are not as bleak and unsparing as they at first may appear. Envy, recognized and intelligently managed, transforms and may spur admiration, emulation, aspiration, empathy, and developmental advantages. Here, Ninivaggi offers a theory of envy and explores various ideas and concepts related to it. He proposes research paradigms for testability, advances principles and guidelines for pragmatic applications in psychotherapies and psychoeducation, and considers new paths for further discovery"--Provided by publisher.

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