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Seligman, Martin E. P.

Works: 155 works in 796 publications in 21 languages and 24,324 library holdings
Genres: Handbooks and manuals  Case studies  History  Educational films 
Roles: Author, Author of introduction, Speaker, Editor, Honoree, Other, Interviewee, wpr
Classifications: BJ1477, 155.232
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Publications about Martin E. P Seligman
Publications by Martin E. P Seligman
Most widely held works by Martin E. P Seligman
Learned optimism by Martin E. P Seligman( Book )
86 editions published between 1990 and 2014 in 11 languages and held by 3,517 libraries worldwide
Known as the father of the new science of positive psychology, Martin E.P. Seligman draws on more than twenty years of clinical research to demonstrate how optimism enhances the quality of life, and how anyone can learn to practice it. Offering many simple techniques, Dr. Seligman explains how to break an I-give-up habit, develop a more constructive explanatory style for interpreting your behavior, and experience the benefits of a more positive interior dialogue. These skills can help break up depression, boost your immune system, better develop your potential, and make you happier. With generous additional advice on how to encourage optimistic behavior at school, at work and in children, Learned Optimism is both profound and practical--and valuable for every phase of life. --Publisher
Authentic happiness : using the new positive psychology to realize your potential for lasting fulfillment by Martin E. P Seligman( Book )
100 editions published between 2002 and 2014 in 16 languages and held by 2,446 libraries worldwide
Argues that happiness can be a learned and cultivated behavior, explaining how every person possesses at least five of twenty-four profiled strengths that can be built on in order to improve life
The optimistic child by Martin E. P Seligman( Book )
46 editions published between 1995 and 2013 in 11 languages and held by 2,318 libraries worldwide
The Optimistic Child offers parents and teachers the tools developed in this study to teach children of all ages life skills that transform helplessness into mastery and bolster genuine self-esteem. Learning the skills of optimism not only reduces the risk of depression but boosts school performance, improves physical health, and provides children with the self-reliance they need as they approach the teenage years and adulthood
Helplessness : on depression, development, and death by Martin E. P Seligman( Book )
74 editions published between 1975 and 2011 in 6 languages and held by 2,169 libraries worldwide
Das Gefühl, die Kontrolle zu verlieren, hilflos zu sein, kann weit reichende Folgen haben: Depression, Angst und schließlich Apathie. Martin Seligmans bahnbrechende Untersuchung aus dem Jahre 1974 ist ein Standardwerk der Sozialwissenschaften. 1974 veröffentlichte Martin Seligman sein bahnbrechendes Erklärungsmodell über den Zusammenhang zwischen Hilflosigkeit, Angst, Depression und Apathie. Es wurde zum Ausgangspunkt ungezählter Untersuchungen und Abhandlungen in der Klinischen Psychologie, der Entwicklungs- und Sozialpsychologie, der Pädagogik und auch der Soziologie. Seligmans Theorie der "erlernten Hilflosigkeit", die er an vielen anschaulichen Beispielen entwickelt, erklärt psychische Störungen, aber auch gesellschaftliche Zustände wie Armut und Arbeitslosigkeit. Ein Standardwerk der Sozialwissenschaften
What you can change and what you can't : the complete guide to successful self-improvement by Martin E. P Seligman( Book )
43 editions published between 1993 and 2014 in 5 languages and held by 2,132 libraries worldwide
This book] analyzes authoritative scientific research on treatments for alcoholism, anxiety, weight loss, anger, depression, and a range of phobias and obsessions to discover what is the most effective way to address each condition. It describes what does not work, and pinpoints the techniques and therapies that do work best for each condition, discussing why they work and how they can be used to make long-lasting change
Flourish : a visionary new understanding of happiness and well-being by Martin E. P Seligman( Book )
37 editions published between 2011 and 2015 in 6 languages and held by 1,711 libraries worldwide
In this book the author presents his concept of what well-being really is and explains the four pillars of well-being (meaning and purpose, positive emotions, relationships, and accomplishment), placing emphasis on meaning and purpose as the most important for achieving a life of fulfillment. Traditionally, the goal of psychology has been to relieve human suffering, but the goal of the Positive Psychology movement, which the author has led for fifteen years, is different. It is about actually raising the bar for the human condition. It builds on the doctor's work on optimism, motivation, and character to show how to get the most out of life, unveiling a new theory of what makes a good life for individuals, for communities, and for nations. In an evolution of thought and practice, it refines what Positive Psychology is all about. While certainly a part of well-being, happiness alone doesn't give life meaning. The author now asks, What is it that enables you to cultivate your talents, to build deep, lasting relationships with others, to feel pleasure, and to contribute meaningfully to the world? In a word, what is it that allows you to flourish? "Well-being" takes the stage front and center, and Happiness (or Positive Emotion) becomes one of the five pillars of Positive Psychology, along with Engagement, Relationships, Meaning, and Accomplishment, or PERMA, the permanent building blocks for a life of profound fulfillment. Thought-provoking in its implications for education, economics, therapy, medicine, and public policy (the very fabric of society), the book tells inspiring stories of Positive Psychology in action, including how the entire U.S. Army is now trained in emotional resilience; how innovative schools can educate for fulfillment in life and not just for workplace success; and how corporations can improve performance at the same time as they raise employee well-being. With interactive exercises to help readers explore their own attitudes and aims, this book is a watershed in the understanding of happiness as well as a tool for getting the most out of life
Character strengths and virtues : a handbook and classification by Christopher Peterson( Book )
22 editions published between 2004 and 2009 in English and Korean and held by 1,141 libraries worldwide
This groundbreaking handbook of human strengths and virtues is the first progress report from a prestigious group of researchers in the Values in Action Classification Project, which has undertaken a systematic classification and measurement of universal strengths and virtues. This landmark work makes possible for the first time a science of human strengths that goes beyond armchair philosophy and political science. The handbook begins with the background of the VIA classification scheme and defines terms before describing in thorough detail the current state of knowledge with respect to each
Learned helplessness : a theory for the age of personal control by Christopher Peterson( Book )
18 editions published between 1993 and 1995 in English and Spanish and held by 833 libraries worldwide
When experience with uncontrollable events gives rise to the expectation that events in the future will also elude control, disruptions in motivation, emotion, and learning may ensue. "Learned helplessness" refers to the problems that arise in the wake of uncontrollability. First described in the 1960's among laboratory animals, learned helplessness has since been applied to a variety of human problems entailing inappropriate passivity and demoralization. While learned helplessness is best known as an explanation of depression, studies with both people and animals have mapped out the cognitive and biological aspects. The present volume summarizes and integrates the theory, research, and application of learned helplessness. Each line of work is evaluated critically in terms of what is and is not known, and future directions are sketched
Abnormal psychology by David L Rosenhan( Book )
45 editions published between 1966 and 2013 in 5 languages and held by 802 libraries worldwide
Incorporates new findings and attitudes as well as new research on the outcome of specific psychotherapies for certain disorders
Human helplessness : theory and applications ( Book )
7 editions published in 1980 in English and held by 650 libraries worldwide
Ethnopolitical warfare : causes, consequences, and possible solutions ( Book )
17 editions published between 2000 and 2009 in English and held by 614 libraries worldwide
Examines international cases to understand what causes a society's ethnic conflicts to escalate or de-escalate. This book contains examinations of the political and historical antecedents to conflict around the world, combining them with psychological analyses of group identity and intergroup conflict. In examining the escalation of ethnic conflict, the chapters highlight the critical role of group identification, stressing how group identification becomes enmeshed with threatened economic resources, violent political subcultures, and media manipulation of collective fear. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2004 APA, all rights reserved
Biological boundaries of learning by Martin E. P Seligman( Book )
20 editions published between 1972 and 1973 in English and Undetermined and held by 587 libraries worldwide
Psychopathology : experimental models ( Book )
11 editions published in 1977 in English and held by 567 libraries worldwide
Explanatory style by Gregory McClellan Buchanan( Book )
11 editions published between 1994 and 2009 in English and held by 328 libraries worldwide
Positive psychology and psychotherapy ( visu )
12 editions published between 2008 and 2009 in English and held by 265 libraries worldwide
In this interview by Randall C. Wyatt, Dr. Seligman emphasizes that happiness is not just the absence of disorder, as "psychology as usual" might contend. Rather, happiness derives from an execution of our signature strengths. Seligman demonstrates a new set of rigorously tested interventions that lastingly increase happiness while decreasing depression. Seligman discusses his predecessors Maslow, Rogers, and Beck, what he took from them, and what he changed. He proposes new questions and explains how easy, enormously fun and important techniques can be grafted on to therapy with all clients to help them live a more engaged, meaningful, and thus happier life
Learned optimism by Martin E. P Seligman( Sound Recording )
13 editions published between 1991 and 2011 in English and No Linguistic Content and held by 235 libraries worldwide
Advice on how to become a "reasoned, flexible" optimist
Flourish by Martin E. P Seligman( Sound Recording )
9 editions published in 2011 in 3 languages and held by 226 libraries worldwide
Martin Seligman, creator of the learned helplessness theory, offers a new theory on how to live the most fulfilling life possible. Here he discusses the what makes people happy and how to build meaningful and lasting relationships
Accentuate the positive using positive psychology in the classroom by Martin E. P Seligman( visu )
2 editions published between 2010 and 2011 in English and held by 197 libraries worldwide
"Students at Geelong Grammar School are undergoing the first year of a new, and controversial, experiment in education. Positive Education, a program developed by psychologist Martin Seligman, is designed to help children cultivate ways of becoming happier, more resilient people ... This video captures the range of events and emotions that the Australian teens work through, including bullying and self-esteem issues, as they attempt to employ Positive Education techniques. Additional insights are provided by the teaching staff, who are also grappling with this new way of learning"--Back of container
Authentic happiness [using the new positive psychology to realize your potential for lasting fulfillment] by Martin E. P Seligman( Sound Recording )
7 editions published between 2000 and 2002 in English and No Linguistic Content and held by 194 libraries worldwide
Argues that happiness can be a learned and cultivated behavior, explaining how every person possesses at least five of twenty-four profiled strengths that can be built upon in order to improve life
Evidence-based approaches in positive education : implementing a strategic framework for well-being in schools by Mathew A White( Book )
3 editions published in 2015 in English and held by 26 libraries worldwide
Based on action research and implementation at one of the world's great schools, this book provides a much-needed exploration of how to implement positive education at a whole school level. Evidence-Based Approaches in Positive Education summarises the integration of a whole-school mental health and well-being strategy, positive psychology programs and pastoral care models from 3 - 18 years of age. Positive education is the teaching of scientifically validated programs from positive psychology and character education that have an impact on student and staff well-being. It is an approach that focuses on teaching, building and embedding social and emotional learning throughout a student's experience. St Peter's College - Adelaide is the only institution in the world to integrate Martin Seligman's well-being theory throughout all aspects of both its strategic intent and positive education programs. The School's vision is to be a world-class school where all boys flourish. Its mission is to provide an exceptional education that brings out the very best in every boy. This is done within an intellectually and spiritually rich environment that nurtures international-mindedness, intercultural understanding, respect and a commitment to social justice. This book captures the developments of the St Peter's College journey. It focuses on the integration of well-being across seven strategic goals: Academics; Well-being; Student Life; Entrepreneurship; Innovation and Partnerships; People, Culture and Change; Sustainability and Environment; Community Engagement, Advancement, and Philanthropy. A uniquely Australian school, the impact of a St Peter's College education is to build great men: who believe safety, service and integrity and fundamental parts of their lives; who are active members of communities that are socially and culturally diverse; who engage in political, ethical, and environmental challenges as good citizens. Since 1847, St Peter's College alumni have had global and life-changing impact in all fields of human endeavour. The School's alumni include three Nobel Laureates, 42 Rhodes Scholars, Olympians and Archbishops, artists and scientists, educators and journalists, actors and politicians, philanthropists and physicians, CEOs, diplomats and soldiers, explorers, painters and poets. This book shares evidence-based practices and makes a substantial contribution to the rapidly developing field of positive psychology and its application in schools
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Martin E. P. Seligman psicologo e saggista statunitense
Martin Seligman Amerikaans auteur
Martin Seligman psicólogo y escritor estadounidense
Martin Seligman psicólogo y escritor norteamericano
Martin Seligman psycholog amerykański
Martin Seligman US-amerikanischer Autor und Psychologe
Seligman, Martin.
Seligman Martin 1942-....
Seligman, Martin E. 1942-
Seligman, Martin E. P.
Seligman, Martin E. P., 1942-
Seligman, Martin Elias Peter.
Seligman, Martin G.
Seligman, Marty 1942-
Мартін Селігман
Селигман, Мартин
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セリグマン, M. E. P
セリグマン, マーティン E. P
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