book: Well-Being: The Foundations of Hedonic Psychology
Well-Being: The Foundations of Hedonic Psychology
Russell Sage Foundation Publications
, 2003 - 606 pages
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Great reference material
The book is highly recommendable for those interested in
(a.k.a. Happiness). It covers a wide range of chapters which include definitions, measurement, clarifications/reactions, recent findings and researches. Its probable drawback is that, to a certain degree, it is somewhat very technical in approach. Not too many readers might easily grasp some contents/materials presented. Nonetheless, it is a great reference material.
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