Especificidad de una intervención sobre el Mejor Self Posible para incrementar el optimismo: Comparación con una intervención de gratitud

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Peters, Madelon L; Meevissen, Yvo M. C; Hanssen, Marjolein M;
(2013)
  • Publisher: Sociedad Chilena de Psicología Clínica
  • Subject: intervención | especificidad | gratitud | intervención sobre el mejor self posible | optimismo | satisfaction with life | optimism | Gratitude intervention | specificity | Best Possible Self intervention | satisfacción con la vida

The present study compared the effects of a one week best possible self intervention and a one week gratitude intervention on life satisfaction and optimism. We hypothesized that both interventions would lead to similar increases in life satisfaction, but that only the ... View more
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