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A pozitív pszichológia, amely Seligman és Csíkszentmihályi (2000) szerint a jóllét megismerésére törekvő tudományos áramlat, az utóbbi két évtizedben világszerte nagy népszerűségre tett szert. A hazai pozitív pszichológia témájú kutatásokat elsőként, Oláh Attila szerkesztésében a Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle 2012-ben megjelent különszáma mutatta be. Jelen tanulmány kísérletet tesz arra, hogy áttekintse a pozitív pszichológiához kötődő, a fentiekben említett különszám megjelenése óta született legfontosabb eredményeket (pl. az egységesítő jóllétmodellek; a személyiség és a jóllét komplex összefüggései; a flow pszichogenetikai és neurobiológiai magyarázatai; egészséges pozitív érzelmek és optimális érzelmi egyensúly). Másik célkitűzésünk az irányzat jövőjének alakulását befolyásoló újabb kritikai észrevételek megfogalmazása, elsősorban a pozitív pszichológiai intervenciók hatékonyságához kapcsolódóan.

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