Christopher Peterson's "Primer for Positive Psychology"
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This paper explains that Christopher Peterson in "Primer for Positive Psychology" not only attempts to define positive psychology but also shows how it can be applied to a person's daily life and how it is instrumental in the understanding of happiness. The author points out that the initial purpose of Peterson's narrative is to explain how positive psychology evolved from the primary study of social and cognitive psychology. The paper relates that Peterson makes clear that, while traditional psychology has focused on illness, positive psychology takes a "longitudinal" approach to the examination of happiness and well-being.
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Christopher Peterson's "Primer for Positive Psychology" (2007, August 31) Retrieved October 22, 2019, from https://www.academon.com/book-review/christopher-peterson-primer-for-positive-psychology-97730/
"Christopher Peterson's "Primer for Positive Psychology"" 31 August 2007. Web. 22 October. 2019. <https://www.academon.com/book-review/christopher-peterson-primer-for-positive-psychology-97730/>