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Positive Psychology for Dummies
by Averil Leimon and Gladeana McMahon


Overview - Why do some people achieve greater success and happiness than others? The key is positive psychology.

For most of its history, psychology has focused mainly on the darker side of human behaviour - depression, anxiety, psychosis and psychopathic behaviour.  Read more...


 
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More About Positive Psychology for Dummies by Averil Leimon; Gladeana McMahon
 
 
 
Overview
Why do some people achieve greater success and happiness than others? The key is positive psychology.

For most of its history, psychology has focused mainly on the darker side of human behaviour - depression, anxiety, psychosis and psychopathic behaviour. In 1998, Martin Seligman became president of the American Psychological Association and inspired a movement to focus on the positives in human behaviour.

Positive Psychology For Dummies

  • Taps into the burgeoning media focus on happiness and positive mental attitude
  • Provides key information on the origins, theory, methods, practitioners and results of positive psychology
  • Demonstrates how to understand what makes you tick, how to hone positive emotions and how to use positive philosophy for success in both your personal and working lives.
  • Is perfect for a wide audience, from those wanting to get more out of their life, to psychology students or counsellors

About the author

Gladeana McMahon is co-author of Performance Coaching For Dummies. She is regarded as one of the UK's top ten coaches.
Averil Leimon is co-author of Performance Coaching For Dummies. She is a business psychologist and a leading UK leadership coach.


 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780470721360
  • ISBN-10: 0470721367
  • Publisher: For Dummies
  • Publish Date: June 2009
  • Page Count: 312

Series: For Dummies

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