Positive Psychology

Dr. Paul Wong
 

Two-Factor Theory of Search for Meaning

When life goes on smoothly and everything is simple, there seems to be no need to wrestle with existential concerns. Most people are happy to live their simple but shallow lives, revolving around “eat, drink, work, and be happy.” Unfortunately, even when living in one...

Four-Factor Theory of True Grit

The dictionary defines grit as courage and resolve or strength of character. According to Perlis (2013), courage is also the most important characteristic of grit. Wong (2015) interpreted Frankl’s defiant power of the human spirit as the moral courage to...

Mature Happiness and Global Wellbeing in Difficult Times

Authors Co-authored with Victoria Bowers, Ph.D. candidate, Saybrook University. Abstract The starting point in the wellbeing research of this chapter is that life is full of sufferings, just as the living environment is full of bacteria, viruses, and toxins....

How to Write a Good Manuscript Review

Have the Necessary Expertise Do not review manuscripts beyond your scope of competency. Journals are more likely to publish papers with serious errors or deficiencies if their manuscripts have not gone through rigorous review by reviewers with the necessary expertise....

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