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Hedonic perspective on happiness

Hedonic perspective on happiness
Subject well-being; focus on life satisfaction, pleasure etc
Subject well-being; focus on life satisfaction, pleasure etc
Lewinsohn
Stressfull event --> Social withdrawal --> lower reinforces --> depression
Stressfull event --> Social withdrawal --> lower reinforces --> depression
Sustainable happiness model
Pos. Activity can affect pos. emotions what leads to well-being, as well as just lead to well-being itself. Another factor is the person-activity fit
Pos. Activity can affect pos. emotions what leads to well-being, as well as just lead to well-being itself. Another factor is the person-activity fit
Brain areas & functions associated with Schizophrenia
Frontal lobe - problem solving Basal Ganglia - movement & motor etc Auditory system - hearing - hallucinations(voices) Occipital system - vision hippocampus - learning & memory - simply doesn't work
Frontal lobe - problem solving 
Basal Ganglia - movement & motor etc 
Auditory system - hearing - hallucinations(voices) 
Occipital system - vision 
hippocampus - learning & memory - simply doesn
TRAP
Trigger Response Avoidance Pattern
Trigger 
Response 
Avoidance 
Pattern
Basic Needs (3) - also part of Self-Determination theory
competence Autonomy relatedness
competence 
Autonomy 
relatedness
Motivational Interviewing
Empathy Discrepancy Resistance Self-Efficacy Reflective listening Change Talk Reframing resistance Support for self-efficacy
Empathy 
Discrepancy 
Resistance 
Self-Efficacy
Reflective listening 
Change Talk 
Reframing resistance 
Support for self-efficacy
Hopelessness Theory by Abramson et al.)
people perceive that important life events are beyond control and internal, stable & global this + Beck's model come before actual symptoms
people perceive that important life events are beyond control and internal, stable & global
this + Beck
Behavioral Activation
feel low; get less out of life; stop doing this that matter. BUT we need to turn around with interventions
feel low; get less out of life; stop doing this that matter. BUT we need to turn around with interventions
Cognitive evaluation Theory
Locus of Causality --> External --> Int. Moti. decreases / Internal--> Int. Moti. increases, also with information of increases competence. Int. moti also decreases when there is a decreased competence
Locus of Causality --> External --> Int. Moti. decreases / Internal--> Int. Moti. increases, also with information of increases competence. Int. moti also decreases when there is a decreased competence
Organismic perspective
Satisfaction of 3 basic needs eventually leads to intrinsic motivation.
Satisfaction of 3 basic needs eventually leads to intrinsic motivation.
Beck's Model
Cognitive perspective Diathesis (Dysfunctional Beliefs) + Stress = Depression if then negative self pics & negative cognitive triad (world, self &future is horrible) comes into play --> DSM
Cognitive perspective 
Diathesis (Dysfunctional Beliefs) + Stress = Depression 
if then negative self pics & negative cognitive triad (world, self &future is horrible) comes into play --> DSM
4 Factors to well-being & happiness
1) Acts of Kindness 2) Flow 3)Gratitude 4)Optimism
1) Acts of Kindness
2) Flow
3)Gratitude 
4)Optimism
Eudaimonic Perspective on happiness
Doing this that matter, makes people happy Life "feels right > life 'feels good"
Doing this that matter, makes people happy 
Life "feels right > life
How to enhance Self-Regulation (3)
1) Setting of possible state (approach/avoid) 2) Monitoring (Actual State vs. Goal) 3) Behavior according to Goal Goal should be: Specific; Measurable, Relevant &Time Bound --SMART!!!
1) Setting of possible state (approach/avoid) 
2) Monitoring (Actual State vs. Goal) 
3) Behavior according to Goal 
Goal should be: Specific; Measurable, Relevant &Time Bound --SMART!!!
Over-justification effect
if person is involved in interesting activity but then gets rewarded by someone else --> less interested
if person is involved in interesting activity but then gets rewarded by someone else --> less interested
implementing System - WOOP - Self-Regulated Learning - If... then... plans
Wish Outcome Obstacle Plan Self-regulated -- metacognition+strategic action+motivation
Wish 
Outcome 
Obstacle 
Plan 
Self-regulated -- metacognition+strategic action+motivation
Applied Psych.
Use of perspectives: Biological; Behavioristic; cognitivism; Evolutionary; Sociocultural
Use of perspectives: Biological; Behavioristic; cognitivism; Evolutionary; Sociocultural
Broaden & Built theory
Broaden effect: birds-eye view; alternative solutions Build effect: physical, intellectual & social resources Undoing effect: quells cardiovascular after-effects of neg. emotion
Broaden effect: birds-eye view; alternative solutions 
Build effect: physical, intellectual & social resources
Undoing effect: quells cardiovascular after-effects of neg. emotion
Goals of psychology
Describe, explain, predict, control
Describe, explain, predict, control
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