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What is a Positive Intervention? Theoretical, Empirical and Experiential Perspectives.
(Universidad de Palermo, 2009)
Three interrelated threads of inquiry -theoretical, empirical, and experiential- are pursued to answer one fundamental question: what is a positive intervention? Part 1 proposes a theoretical definition of the term ...
El bienestar psicológico en el trabajo: un análisis desde la psicología positiva
(Universidad Católica de Pereira, 2014-04-08)
Positive psychology is a position that was created in 1998 by Seligman and was defined as the scientific study of optimal human functioning. (Quoted in Padrós, Martinez, Yunuén, Medina, 2010). The central reason of creation ...
The dilemma of combining positive and negative items in scales
(Colegio Oficial de Psicologos Asturias, 2015)
Background: This study analyzed the advantages and disadvantages of combining negative and positive items in scales in a Spanish-speaking context. Method: Three telephone surveys of 233 people each were carried out. In ...
Happiness Economics, Eudaimonia and Positive Psychology: From Happiness Economics to Flourishing Economics
A remarkable current development, happiness economics focuses on the relevance of people’s happiness in economic analyses. As this theory has been criticised for relying on an incomplete notion of happiness, this paper ...
Aplicando psicología positiva en educación médica
(Sociedad Médica de Santiago, 2011)
Comparison of the psychological evaluation test and classical psychoanalysis in infertile women
(Reproductive Healthcare Ltd, 2004-01-01)
This study aims to compare a psychological evaluation test to classical psychoanalysis in infertile women. Two hundred women were submitted to the Psychological Evaluation Test (PET). The sum of the scores for the responses ...
Associations between Forced Sexual Initiation, HIV Status, Sexual Risk Behavior, Life Stressors, and Coping Strategies among Adolescents in Nigeria
(Public Library of Science, 2016)
OBJECTIVES: Some individuals experience their first sexual intercourse through physically forced sex, which affects the way they experience and cope with stress. We examined differences in sexual risk behavior, experience ...