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Positive Psych Exam #3 Review
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frequent interactions with those in need, point out similarities rather than differences, and listing all the things you have in common with those in need.
enhancing empathy that leads to increase in altruism?
Positive emotion, Better self esteem, Better sleep
benefits of gratitude
Japanese form of meditation What did I receive? What did I give? What troubles and difficulties did I cause others?
Naikan. 3 questions when practicing Naikan?
Recall the hurt, Empathize, Altruistically give the gift of forgiveness, Commit verbally to forgive, Hold on to the forgiveness
triangular theory of love. 3 dimensions on which relationships may vary
Passion, Intimacy, Commitment. Consummate, All 3 Companionate, Passion and Intimacy
-Reciprocal knowing process involving the nonstop, interrelated thoughts, feelings, and behaviors of persons in a relationship
-Knowing and being known
-Making relationship- enhancing attributions for behaviors
-Accepting and respecting
-Maintaining reciprocity and continuity in minding
-Develop a sense of being special and appreciated in the relationship
5 component model of minding relationships.
-5 positive interactions for each negative interaction
-as ration approaches 1:1, divorce is likely
"Magic Ratio" for marriages.
4 behaviors for relationships and enhancing behaviors that each behavior should be replaced with
-what is the quality of relationship.
-Do you like each other, are you interested in each other?
-Can you constructively deal with conflict?
-Do you have positive sentiment override? (feeling of respect, interest, and turns toward you)
suggestions for friend who is in new romantic relationship
-Pursuit of one's potentials
-Focused drives integrated into personality
-Identity and value that lead to a sense of autonomy
-Accurate world perceptions
-Mastery of environment and enjoyment of love, work, and play
6 characteristics of mentally healthy person
Observers gathering information about themselves and their environment. Looking at strengths and weakness's in the person. Noting resources and things in their life to help them get better.
4 front approach to asking questions
developmental counseling and therapy approach of Ivey and Ivey. How do the Ivey's understand pathological behaviors in their approach?
Viewing person as a whole. Abnormal behavior can be response of life circumstances.
Actions to stop the bad before it happens
Fixing the problem before it appears
Make life good
Make life the best possible
1. Provision of knowledge of risky behavior
2. Attractive program
4. Change norms/social structures
5. Gather data
Active ingredients in the change process
1. Inclusion of parents
2. Focus on interpersonal interaction
3. Cognitive-behavioral interventions
Examples: head start, parent training, problem solving with youth, physical health in the elderly
primary prevention program
Provide an example of secondary prevention.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Maximizing pleasure (cookies)
Setting and reaching goals (graduating from college)
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