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Positive psychology

Author: Alan Carr
Publisher: London ; New York : Brunner-Routledge, 2004.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Carr, Alan, Dr.
Positive psychology.
London ; New York : Brunner-Routledge, 2004
(DLC) 2003009866
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Alan Carr
ISBN: 0203506030 9780203506035
OCLC Number: 252740174
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Cover --
Positive Psychology --
Contents --
List of tables --
List of figures --
Acknowledgements --
Foreword --
Chapter 1 Happiness --
POSITIVE EMOTIONS --
POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE AFFECTIVITY --
HAPPINESS --
MEASURING HAPPINESS --
THE EFFECTS OF HAPPINESS --
CAUSES OF HAPPINESS --
CULTURE AND HAPPINESS --
OPTIMISING WELL-BEING --
RELATIONSHIPS AND HAPPINESS --
THE ENVIRONMENT AND HAPPINESS --
PHYSICAL STATE AND HAPPINESS --
PRODUCTIVITY AND HAPPINESS --
RECREATION AND HAPPINESS --
EVOLUTIONARY PERSPECTIVES ON OBSTACLES TO HAPPINESS --
HAPPINESS ENHANCEMENT --
RELATED CONCEPTS --
CONTROVERSIES --
SUMMARY --
QUESTIONS --
FURTHER READING --
MEASURES FOR USE IN RESEARCH --
GLOSSARY --
Chapter 2 Flow --
INTRINSIC MOTIVATION --
SIGNATURE STRENGTHS --
METAMOTIVATIONAL STATES AND REVERSAL THEORY --
FLOW --
IMPLICATIONS --
CONTROVERSIES --
SUMMARY --
QUESTIONS --
FURTHER READING --
MEASURES FOR USE IN RESEARCH --
GLOSSARY --
Chapter 3 Hope and optimism --
POSITIVE ILLUSIONS --
SELF-DECEPTION --
OPTIMISM --
HOPE --
EXPECTATIONISM AND RISK HOMEOSTASIS THEORY --
OPTIMISM, HOPE AND HEALTH --
THE NEUROBIOLOGY OF OPTIMISM AND HOPE --
IMPLICATIONS --
CONTROVERSIES --
SUMMARY --
QUESTIONS --
FURTHER READING --
MEASURES FOR USE IN RESEARCH --
GLOSSARY --
Chapter 4 Emotional intelligence --
EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE: ABILITY OR PERSONALITY TRAIT? --
ENHANCING EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN ADULTHOOD --
DEVELOPMENT OF EMOTIONAL COMPETENCE --
ATTACHMENT AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF EMOTIONAL COMPETENCE --
Emotional competence and resilience in the face of adversity --
NEUROLOGICAL BASIS FOR EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE --
RELATED CONSTRUCTS --
IMPLICATIONS --
CONTROVERSIES --
QUESTIONS --
FURTHER READING --
MEASURES FOR USE IN RESEARCH --
GLOSSARY --
Chapter 5 Giftedness, creativity and wisdom --
GIFTEDNESS --
CREATIVITY --
WISDOM --
IMPLICATIONS --
CONTROVERSIES --
SUMMARY --
QUESTIONS --
FURTHER READING --
MEASURES FOR USE IN RESEARCH --
GLOSSARY --
Chapter 6 Positive traits and motives --
Traits --
Motives --
TRAIT THEORIES OF PERSONALITY AND PERSONAL STRENGTHS --
MOTIVES AS PERSONAL STRENGTHS --
IMPLICATIONS --
CONTROVERSIES --
SUMMARY --
QUESTIONS --
FURTHER READING --
MEASURES FOR USE IN RESEARCH --
GLOSSARY --
Chapter 7 Positive self --
SELF AS OBJECT AND AGENT --
SELF-ESTEEM --
SELF-EFFICACY --
COPING STRATEGIES --
ASSESSING COPING --
COPE --
DEFENCE MECHANISMS --
ASSESSING DEFENCES --
IMPLICATIONS --
CONTROVERSIES --
SUMMARY --
QUESTIONS --
FURTHER READING --
MEASURES FOR USE IN RESEARCH --
GLOSSARY --
Chapter 8 Positive relationships --
THE FAMILY LIFECYCLE --
LIFECYCLE STAGES ASSOCIATED WITH SEPARATION AND DIVORCE --
ASSESSING RELATIONSHIPS --
IMPLICATIONS --
CONTROVERSIES --
SUMMARY --
tidti.
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