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The Science of Well-Being
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neuroscience and peace studies. Contributors to the volume include some of the most distinguished scholars in the field: social scientist Robert Putnam, evolutionary psychiatrist Randolph Nesse, psychologist Howard Gardner, economist Robert Frank, the founder of the Positive Psychology movement Martin
Seligman, and the economic psychologist and Nobel Laureate Daniel Kahneman.
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Happiness and Well-being
Felicia A Huppert, P Alex Linley
Questions about the meaning, purpose, and pursuit of happiness and well-being have been addressed by thinkers since ancient times but over the past decade or so there has been a tremendous upsurge of scholarly interest in the subject. This renewed...
Wellbeing: A Complete Reference Guide
Felicia A Huppert, Cary L Cooper
Using an evidence-based approach and case studies from a wide range of life domains, Interventions and Policies to Enhance Wellbeing examines the most successful existing strategies to promote wellbeing and mental health. * Discusses the results o...
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<br>Nick Baylis writes a 600 word weekly column for The Times Saturday Magazine on The Science of Happiness (Dr Feelgood), and previously wrote a life-coaching column for The F.T. He is also a practising psychotherapist and coach for private and corporate clients. In June 2005, Penguin will publish his mass-market Trade Paperback on how lives can be helped to go well. (UK, Canada, Australia and SA.)<br>
PART 1 - EVOLUTION AND DEVELOPMENT; 1. Natural selection and the elusiveness of happiness; 2. Understanding well-being in the evolutionary context of brain development; 3. The developmental origins of well-being; 4. Successful ageing: from cell to self; PART 2 - PHYSIOLOGY AND NEUROSCIENCE; 5. Well-being and affective style: neural substrates and biobehavioural correlates; 6. Physically active lifestyle and well-being; 7. The potential of nutrition to promote physical and behavioural well-being; PART 3 - PSYCHOLOGY OF WELL-BEING; 8. The broaden-and-build theory of positive emotions; 9. Relationship with reality and its role in the well-being of young adults; 10. A balanced psychology and a full life; 11. Living, and thinking about it: two perspectives on life; 12. Positive mental health in individuals and populations; PART 4 - CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES; 13. Good work: its nature, its nurture; 14. Intelligence and culture: how culture shapes what intelligence means and the implications for a science of well-being; 15. The relevance of subjective well-being to social policies: optimal experience and tailored intervention; 16. Naturally happy, naturally healthy: the role of the natural environment in well-being; PART 5 - SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS; 17. The social context of well-being; 18. Does money buy happiness?; 19. Meeting basic needs: peace and development; 20. A well-being manifesto for a flourishing society