November 2, 2011
Values and behavior
If values do not relate to behavior, then they are of little interest
At the same time, we must realize that research shows the relationship
between values and behavior to
What are the most important things or lessons that you from this
video? What will you take away from this video? Is there anything in the
video that has changed your perception of mental illness?
Most important are the statistics surrounding PTSD. With 1
The NO-FEAR list
1. Eat Korean cuisine
2. Face disapproval
3. Ask a professor for a favor
4. Attend a group function on campus
5. Join a student group or sorority
6. Send my parents an honest letter
7. Submit an assignment and be proud that I did my best
Ch 12: Attachment, Love, and Flourishing Relationships
Slide Two: What will we learn today?
Where we are with love research
Why the study of love is difficult
Why do we fall in love
Why do we fall out of love
What we can do to cultivate lov
Second Exam Review Sheet
We have our second exam in class on December 7. The format of the exam will be multiplechoice, and the questions will range across the material covered since the midterm; i.e., the exam
Wellness Reading Notes
Positive Affect & Health Cohen
Positive Affect: feelings that reflect a level of pleasurable engagement with the
environment such as happiness, joy, etc
Nun study: greater positive emotion words and sentences = increased life
November 16, 2011
No lecture next week (November 23)
Second exam in class as scheduled (December 7)
The Age Wave
Possible Markers of Positive Health
October 26, 2011
Values and Meaning
To know the good is to do the good.
This is the true joy of life being used up for a purpose recognized by yourself as
a mighty one.
George Bernard Shaw
What is meaning?
October 19, 2011
Note.If you did not take the midterm exam, please contact us immediately
to arrange a makeup.
Interests, Abilities, and Accomplishments
Formula for accomplishment (Ingredients for accomplishment)
Positive Institutions and the Future of Positive Psychology
November 30, 2011
Please note.We have our second exam in class next week (December 7,
2011). The format will again be multiple-choice. Questions will draw on
According to the DSM-5 criteria, to be diagnosed as having Anorexia Nervosa a person must
1. Persistent restriction of energy intake leading to significantly low body weight.
2. Either an intense