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Part I: Looking at Psychology from a Positive Perspective
Chapter 1: Welcome to Positive Psychology
Building Human Strength: Psychology’s Forgotten Mission
Going From the Negative to the Positive
Positive Psychology Seeks a Balanced, More Complete View of Human Functioning
Where We Are Now and What We Will Ask
A Guide to This Book
The Big Picture
Appendix: Movies for Review
Chapter 2: Eastern and Western Perspectives on Positive Psychology: How ‘ME + WE = US’ Might Bridge the Gap
A Matter of Perspective
Historical and Philosophical Traditions
Western Influences: Athenian, Judeo- Christian, and Islamic Traditions
Eastern Influences: Confucianism, Taoism, Buddhism, and Hinduism
East Meets West
Individualism: The Psychology of ME
Collectivism: The Psychology of WE
Different Ways to Positive Outcomes
Where We Are Going: From ME to WE to US
ME/WE Balance: The Positive Psychology of US
Chapter 3: Classifications and Measures of Strengths and Positive Outcomes
Classifications and Measures of Strengths
Positive Outcomes for All
Identifying Strengths and Moving Toward a Vital Balance
Part II: Positive Psychology in Context
Chapter 4: The Role of Culture Developing Strengths and Living Well
Culture and Psychology
Understanding Culture: A Matter of Perspective
Positive Psychology: Culture is Everywhere
Putting Positive Psychology in a Cultural Context
Final Thoughts on the Complexity of Cultural Influences
Chapter 5: Living Well at Every Stage of Life
Resilience in Childhood
Positive Youth Development
The Life Tasks of Adulthood
Successful Aging
A More Developmental Focus in Positive Psychology
Part III: Positive Emotional States and Processes
Chapter 6: The Principles of Pleasure: Understanding Positive Affect, Positive Emotions, Happiness and Well-Being
Defining Emotional Terms
Distinguishing the Positive and the Negative
Positive Emotions: Expanding the Repertoire of Pleasure
Happiness and Subjective Well-Being: Living a Pleasurable Life
Moving Toward the Positive
Chapter 7: Making the Most of Emotional Experiences: Emotion-Focused Coping, Emotional Intelligence, Socioemotional Selectivity, and Emotional Storytelling
Emotion-Focused Coping: Discovering the Adaptive Potential of Emotional Approach
Emotional Intelligence: Learning the Skills That Make a Difference
Socioemotional Selectivity: Focusing in Later Life on Positive Emotions and Emotion-Related Goals
Emotional Storytelling: The Pennebaker Paradigm as a Means of Processing Intense Negative Emotions
Emotions and Context
Working With Emotions to Bring About Positive Change
An Emotional Balancing Act
Part IV: Positive Cognitive States and Processes
Chapter 8: Seeing Our Futures Through Self-Efficacy, Optimism, and Hope
Putting Temporal Futures in Perspective
Self-Efficacy
Hope
Cultural Caveats About Temporal Perspective
Appendix A: A Summary of Hope Theories
Appendix B: Zimbardo Time Perspective Inventory Items
Chapter 9: Wisdom and Courage: Characteristics of the Wise and the Brave
Becoming and Being Wise
Theories of Courage
Becoming and Being Courageous
Courage Research
Finding Wisdom and Courage in Daily Life
Chapter 10: Mindfulness, Flow, and Spirituality: In Search of Optimal Experiences
Moment-to-Moment Searches
Mindfulness: In Search of Novelty
Flow: In Search of Absorption
Spirituality: In Search of the Sacred
The Search Continues
Part V: Prosocial Behavior
Chapter 11: Empathy and Egotism: Portals to Altruism, Gratitude, and Forgiveness
Altruism
Gratitude
Forgiveness
Personal Benefits of Altruism, Gratitude, and Forgiveness
The Societal Implications of Altruism, Gratitude, and Forgiveness
“I Have a Dream”: Toward a Kinder, Gentler Humankind
Appendix A: The Helping Attitude Scale
Appendix B: The Gratitude Questionnaire—Six Items From GQ-6
Appendix C: The Heartland Forgiveness Scale (HFS)
Appendix D: The Transgression-Related Interpersonal Motivations Scale (TRIM)
Chapter 12: Attachment, Love, and Flourishing Relationships
Infant Attachment
Adult Attachment Security
Love
Flourishing Relationships: A Series of Purposeful Positive Relationship Behaviors
The Neurobiology of Interpersonal Connection
More on Flourishing Relationships
Future of Love
Building a Positive Psychology of Close Relationships
Part VI. Understanding and Changing Human Behavior
Chapter 13: Balanced Conceptualizations of Mental Health and Behavior
Moving Toward Balanced Conceptualizations
Our Fascination With Abnormal Behavior
Neglect of the Environment and of the Positive
The Lack of a Developmental Emphasis
Understanding Behavior in a Cultural Context
The Limits of the Categorical Diagnostic System
Going Beyond the DSM-5 Framework
Chapter 14: Preventing the Bad and Promoting the Good
In the Words of a Psychotherapy Client…
Primary Prevention: “Stop the Bad Before It Happens”
Secondary Prevention (Psychotherapy): “Fix the Problem”
Primary Enhancement: “Make Life Good”
Secondary Enhancement: “Make Life the Best Possible”
The Balance of Prevention and Enhancement Systems
Appendix A: Effective Secondary Preventions (Psychotherapies) for Adult Problems
Appendix B: Hope Therapy Worksheet
Part VII: Positive Environments
Chapter 15: Positive Schooling and Good Work: The Psychology of Gainful Employment and the Education That Gets Us There
Teaching as a Calling
Giving Back to Teachers
Gainful Employment
Gainful Employment: Happiness, Satisfaction, and Beyond
Having or Being a Good Boss
The Strengths-Based Approach to Work
Capital at Work
The Dark Side: Workaholics, Burnouts, and Jobs Lost
What Can Be Done to Improve Your Work?
When Work Becomes a Calling: The Tale of a Hospital Orderly
Appendix A: One Example of Positive Schooling: The StrengthsQuest Program
Appendix B: Positive Workplaces in Hong Kong: Building Positive Organizations, Engaging the Heart of Employees
Part VIII: A Positive Look at the Future of Psychology
Chapter 16: The Future of Positive Psychology: A Conversation Between the Authors
“Teachers Can’t Get Jobs in the Real World!”
“No Child Left Behind” and Beyond
The Components of Positive Schooling