150.1988 P855:2
Positive psychology in practice. [electronic resource] Promoting human flourishing in work, health, education, and everyday life. --
2 ed.
Imp / Ed.:
Hoboken, NJ, Estados Unidos : Wiley, c2012.
1 recurso en línea (1288 p.)
Chapter 1: Applied positive psychology 10 years on. -- Part I. Historical and philosophical foundations. -- 2. Historical, philosophical, and epistemological perspectives. -- 3. Building bridges between humanistic and positive psychology. -- 4. Existential dimensions of positive psychology. -- 5. The salutogenic paradigm. -- Part II. Values and choices in pursuit of the good life. -- 6. The science of values in the culture of consumption. -- 7. Values and well-being. -- 8. The paradox of choice. -- 9. A self-determination theory perspective on fostering healthy self-regulation from within and without. -- 10. The complementary roles of eudaimonia and hedonia and how they can be pursued in practice. -- Part III. Practices for health and well-being. -- 11. The prospects, practices, and prescriptions for the pursuit of happiness. -- 12. Putting positive psychology into motion through physical activity. -- 13. Balancing time perspective in pursuit of optimal functioning. -- 14. Putting positive psychology into practice via self-help. -- 15. Positive psychology and life coaching. -- Part IV. Methods and processes of teaching and Learning. -- 16. Different approaches to teaching positive psychology. -- 17. Positively transforming classroom practice through dialogic teaching. -- 18. Teaching well-being and resilience in primary and secondary school. -- 19. Cultivating adolescents' motivation. -- Part V. Positive psychology at work. -- 20. Bringing positive psychology to organizational psychology. -- 21. Improving follower well-being with transformational leadership. -- 22. Applications of positive approaches in organizations. -- 23. Leadership coaching and positive psychology. -- Part VI. Health, clinical, counseling, and rehabilitation. -- 24. Complementary strengths of health psychology and positive psychology. -- 25. Deconstructing the illness ideology and constructing an ideology of human strengths and potential in clinical psychology. -- 26. The relationship between counseling psychology and positive psychology. -- 27. Positive psychology in rehabilitation psychology research and practice. -- Part VII. Contexts of clinical practice. -- 28. Clinical applications of well-being therapy. -- 29. Strategies for accentuating hope. -- 30. Clinical applications of posttraumatic growth. -- 31. Strength-based assessment. -- Part VIII. Inner resources and positive development across the life span. -- 32. The ability model of emotional intelligence. -- 33. The power and practice of gratitude. -- 34. Wisdom-related knowledge across the life span. -- 35. Positive aging. -- Part IX. Building community through integration and regeneration. -- 36. Psychological and relational resources in the experience of disability and caregiving. -- 37. Good lives and the rehabilitation of sex offenders. -- 38. Facilitating forgiveness using group and community interventions. -- 39. The interface between positive psychology and social work in theory and practice. -- 40. Building recovery-oriented service systems through positive psychology. -- Part X. Public policy and systems for resilience and social planning. -- 41. Balancing individuality and community in public policy. -- 42. Happiness as a priority in public policy. -- 43. Positive social planning. -- 44. Resilience theory and the practice of positive psychology from individuals to societies. -- Part XI. Signposts for the practice of positive psychology. -- 45. The role of embodiment in optimal functioning. -- 46. The uneasy—and necessary—role of the negative in positive psychology. -- 47. The future of positive psychology in practice. --
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