Samples "Happiness"


Technology Has Made People Unhappy

Wherever we see, we find technology. It is difficult to think of a society without technology now. Even children now have multiple gadgets such as smart phone, digital music players, and tablet devices. While technology has improved our lives, it has also made us unhappier because progress usually comes with...

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Happiness: What Is It?

Happiness is a subjective question that is bred with choice and circumstance. The question, “does work life depend on choices we make or on forces outside of our control” has only one clear answer: choice. A person makes conscious choices and those choices create their reality. Despite the subjective nature...

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The High Price of Materialism

In  The High Price of Materialism, Tim Kasser provides a scientific explanation for the manner in which consumerism and materialism affects happiness and psychological health for modern culture. While other writers have focused on the significant need for Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs in order to improve well-being including food, shelter,...

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On Being Happy and Mistaken: Mood Effects on the Fundamental Attribution Error

Studies have shown that if a reader is unhappy, they are more likely to fall prey to the fundamental attribution error (Forgas, 1998). The practical implications of this study show that the inferences made about an individual play a key role in everyday life, and understanding why people act the...

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Rethinking Positive Thinking Book Summary

All too often, individuals think that to achieve success, one must only wish and work hard towards their dream. However, in Gabriele Oettingen’s book, Rethinking Positive Thinking, Oettingen’s points to how old fashioned ways of positive thinking can actually be restrictive to one’s personal growth and success. Oettingen looks closely...

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