Happiness at Work
Positive Psychology Progress
Martin E.P. Seligman and Tracey A. Steen, University of Pennsylvania; Nansook Park, University of Rhode Island; Christopher Peterson, University of Michigan.
Positive psychology is an umbrella term for the study of positive emotions, positive character traits, and enabling institutions. Research findings from positive psychology are intended to supplement, not remotely to replace, what is known about human suffering, weakness, and disorder. The intent is to have a more complete and balanced scientific understanding of the human experience - the peaks, the valleys, and everything in between. Download PDF
How Plants affect Human Health
Associate Professor Mardie Townsend, Deakin University Victoria.
Humans are dependent psychologically on nature. Read about the environment and wellbeing. Download PDF
Daily Happiness Checklist
The Happiness Institute Sydney
A checklist of positive steps towards ultimate happiness.
What is happiness? Happiness is a term that covers a range of positive emotions. Ultimately it means different things to different people; it’s an entirely subjective experience. For some, the experience of happiness is one of predominately “high arousal” feelings such as joy and excitement; for others, it involves more “low arousal”, but equally important, emotions such as calm, contentment, peace and tranquillity. Download PDF
20 Simple Tips to be Happy Now
Dr. Timothy Sharp, founder of The Happiness Institute and Author of “The Happiness Handbook”. Download PDF