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The merits and shortcomings of positive psychology


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Positive Psychology is a movement founded by Martin Seligman which aims to “increase the tonnage of happiness on the planet” by measuring, classifying, and increasing positive emotion and positive traits. It explicitly positions itself as the anti-DSM (The┬áDiagnostic and Statistical … Continue reading

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