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1 Introduction to happiness and positive psychology Final exam paper Students Bayan Kharouf 1051667 Sarah Senan 1047655 Malak Ali 1047378 Instructor Miss. Pernille Kloevepris
2 Reflection and subjective evaluation of the Happiness and Positive Psychology course.Happinessas a human interest is instilled in our activities for whatever length of time that we can recollect and positive psychology has brought this idea into the domain of logical research with expectations of picking up a superior comprehension of worldwide prosperity and important living. Regardless of whether on a worldwide or individual dimension the quest for satisfaction is one which is picking up footing and logical acknowledgment. (Nelson-Coffey, 2017)Definition of happiness There are numerous meanings of happiness which can be referred to here anyway when all is said in done, happiness is viewed as the positive feelings we have with respect to the pleasurable exercises we partake in through our day by day lives. In scientific literature, happiness is alluded to as hedonia, the nearness of positive feelings and the nonattendance of negative feelings. pleasure, comfort, gratitude, hope, and inspiration are instances of positive feelings which increment our happiness and move us to prosper. In a more expansive understanding, human prosperity is comprised of both Indulgent and Eudemonic standards, the literature on which is immense and depicts our own importance and reason throughout everyday life. Research on happiness over the years has found that there are some contributing correlational factors which affect our happiness. These include (Ryan, 2001): 1) Personality Type 2) Positive Emotions versus Negative Emotions 3)Attitude towards Physical Health 4) Social Class and Wealth 5) Attachment and Relatedness 6) Goals and Self-efficacy 7) Time and Place
3 Measures of Happiness

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