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Well-being and cultures : perspectives from positive psychology

Author: Hans Henrik Knoop; Antonella Delle Fave
Publisher: Dordrecht ; New York : Springer, ©2013.
Series: Cross-cultural advancements in positive psychology, v.3.
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This anthology focuses on empirical studies comparing cultures in relation to central positive psychological topics. The book starts out with an introductory chapter that brings together the main ideas and findings within an integrative perspective, based on a broad theoretical framework encompassing interdisciplinary and methodological issues. It gives special emphasis to some open issues in the theory and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Cross-cultural studies
Congresses
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Hans Henrik Knoop; Antonella Delle Fave
ISBN: 9789400746114 9400746113
OCLC Number: 806056230
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Positive Psychology and Cross-Cultural Research / Hans Henrik Knoop and Antonella Delle Fave --
VIA Character Strengths: Research and Practice (The First 10 Years) / Ryan M. Niemiec --
Addressing Current Challenges in Cross-Cultural Measurement of Well-Being: The Pemberton Happiness Index / Carmelo Vazquez and Gonzalo Hervas --
Communal Values and Individualism in Our Era of Globalization: A Comparative Longitudinal Study of Three Different Societies / Hilde Eileen Nafstad, Rolv Mikkel Blakar, Albert Botchway, Erlend Sand Bruer and Petra Filkukova, et al. --
The Relation of Basic Psychological Needs, Intrinsic and Extrinsic Life Goals, and Collectivism with Subjective Well-Being: A Case in Macedonia / Ognen Spasovski --
The Ubiquity of the Character Strengths in African Traditional Religion: A Thematic Analysis / Sahaya G. Selvam and Joanna Collicutt --
Culture, Environmental Psychology, and Well-Being: An Emergent Theoretical Framework / Nicola Rainisio and Paolo Inghilleri --
Religion, Spirituality, and Well-Being Across Nations: The Eudaemonic and Hedonic Happiness Investigation / Antonella Delle Fave, Ingrid Brdar, Dianne Vella-Brodrick and Marie P. Wissing --
The Relationship of South African Consumers' Living Standards and Demographic Variables with Their Life Satisfaction / Leona Ungerer --
Circumstances of Well-Being Among Czech College Students / Iva Šolcová and Vladimír Kebza --
Income Is Not Associated with Positive Affect, Life Satisfaction, and Subjective Happiness Among Japanese Workers / Yasumasa Otsuka, Masashi Hori and Junko Kawahito --
Relationships Between Self-Serving Attributional Bias and Subjective Well-Being Among Danish and Spanish Women / Pilar Sanjuán and Kristine Jensen de Lopez --
Optimistic Attributional Style and Parental Behaviour in the Educational Framework: A Cross-Cultural Perspective / Loredana Ruxandra Gherasim, Simona Butnaru, Alin Gavreliuc and Luminita Mihaela Iacob.
Series Title: Cross-cultural advancements in positive psychology, v.3.
Responsibility: Hans Henrik Knoop, Antonella Delle Fave, editors.
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Helping to broaden the intercultural understanding of positive psychology, this new collection assembles talented researchers working on key aspects of human life experience, combining theory,  Read more...

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