Review of Positive Psychologists on Positive Psychology
Keywords:positive psychology, Aaron Jarden, interviews, wellbeing, well-being
This 130-page e-book, Positive Psychologists on Positive Psychology by Aaron Jarden, explores topics that all positive psychologists, experienced or novice, researcher or practitioner, will find interesting. It’s original, it’s engaging and enjoyable plus it provides plenty of inside information. The concept is very straightforward – transcripts of thirteen personal interviews with a variety of positive psychology experts on their favourite topic. But don’t let that simplicity fool you - at the same time this book will challenge your understanding of what positive psychology is, how to apply it, and how the field is developing.
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