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A negatív kogníciókhoz képest a pozitív kogníciók az elmúlt évtizedekben viszonylag kevés figyelmet kaptak a pszichológiai alapkutatásokban és a kognitív viselkedésterápiában. Az alkalmazott pozitív pszichológia megjelenésével a pozitív érzelmek és erősségek egyre nagyobb szerephez juthatnak a terápiás munka során. Feltételezhető, hogy a bemutatott optimizmusra fókuszáló intervenciók, életminőség-terápia, jóllétterápia és pozitív pszichoterápia a Clark és Beck (2010) által leírt konstruktív munkamód támogatásával fejti ki pozitív hatását.

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2020  
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Psychology (miscellaneous) Q4
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General Psychology 192/204 (Q4)
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14
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