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Table of Contents
|What is Positive Psychology?|
|Why the Negative Focus?|
|Negatives Aspects Perceived as More Authentic & lsquo;Realrdquo;|
|Negatives as More Important|
|The Disease Model|
|Focus on Research: The Nun Study: Living Longer Through|
|Survey Research and Subjective Well-Being|
|Social/Personality Psychology and the Psychology of Religion|
|Positive Psychology: Assumptions, Goals and Definitions|
|Life Above Zero|
|Culture and the Meaning of a Good Life|
|Two Final Notes|
|Positive Psychology is Not Opposed to Psychology|
|Positive Psychology and the Status Quo|
|The Meaning and Measure of Happiness|
|Why a Psychology of Well-Being?|
|Objective versus Subjective Measures|
|Negative versus Positive Functioning|
|What is Happiness? Two Traditions|
|Focus on Research: Positive Affect and a Meaningful Life|
|Subjective Well-Being: The Hedonic Basis of Happiness|
|Measuring Subjective Well-Being|
|Positive Affect and Negative Affect|
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