Emphasizes a social psychological approach that considers factors such as income, materialism, and more, relationships, religion, culture, economics, work, often ignored in other texts. Relates the material to students’ lives by posing questions throughout the text to further spark interest in the subject matter.
Highlights the latest research and the methodologies used to obtain it to help students better understand how to interpret results. Reviews the evidence that shows that happiness can change over time and how to increase it. Examines how positive emotions and how we interpret events impact our well-being, along with empirically verified interventions and possible societal changes that can improve happiness.
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