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Adjusting to Modern Life
The Paradox of Progress
Describe examples of the paradox of progress.
Explain what is meant by the paradox of progress and how theorists have
The Paradox of Progress, continued
What Is t
The Scope of Positive Psychology
Define positive psychology, and
explain its origins.
Characterize positive psychology
as a counterweight to the
historic and dominant negative
focus in the discipline.
Psychology and Physical Health
Stress, Personality, and Illness
Describe the Type A personality
and evidence regarding its
most toxic element.
explanations for the link
between hostility and heart
Identify some key aspects of the
Cite two types of selfdiscrepancies, and describe
Describe two ways of coping with
Discuss important factors that
Social Thinking and Social Influence
Forming Impressions of Others
Cite the five sources of
information people use to form
impressions of others.
Understand the key differences
between snap judgments and
The Process of Interpersonal
Describe various aspects of the
List several important differences
between face-to-face and