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  november 14, 2010

My citation convention for related project pages is to indicate at the page discussion point the citation item number below with citation page number; e.g., “...‘[quotation]’ (ref.5: 360)” for quoting from ref. 5 below, page 360.

My format isn’t academically standard; only the first author is listed for multiple-authored titles. But most journals provide full listings of contents online to nonsubscribers, and full articles are available online through a university library.

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flourishing of the smart child...
aspects of developing authentic happiness

1: Oxford handbook of positive psychology. C.R. Synder et al., eds. Oxford UP, 2009.
  2: “Curiosity and Interest: The Benefits of Thriving on Novelty and Challenge.” T.B. Kashdan et al. ref.1, ch. 34.
  3: “Positive emotions,” M.A. Cohn and B.L. Fredrickson. ref.1, ch. 3.
  4: “Adult attachment security: the relational scaffolding of positive psychology,” F.G. Lopez. ref.1, ch. 38.
  5: “Self-determination,” M.L. Wehmeyer et al. ref.1, ch. 33.
  6: “Flow theory and research, J. Nakamura et al. ref.1, ch. 18.
  7: “Self-efficacy: the power of believing you can,” J.E. Maddux. ref.1, ch. 31.
  8: “The positive psychology of emotional intelligence,” P. Salovey et al. ref.1, ch. 22.
  9: “Positive affectivity: the disposition to experience positive emotional states,” D. Watson et al. ref.1, ch. 19.
  10: “Strengths of character, orientations to happiness, and life satisfaction.” C. Peterson
et al. J. Positive Psychology, v2.n3 (July, 2007): 149-56.
  11: “Living well: a self-determination theory perspective on eudaimonia.” R.M. Ryan et al. J. Happiness Studies, v9 (2008): 139-70. ‘Eudaimonia’ is a transliteration of Aristotle’s term for his notion of excellent flourishing.
  12: “The implications of two conceptions of happiness (hedonic enjoyment and eudaimonia) for the understanding of intrinsic motivation.” A.S. Waterman et al. J. Happiness Studies, v9 (2008): 41-79.
  13: “The questionnaire for eudaimonic well-being: psychometric properties, demographic comparisons, and evidence of validity.” A.S. Waterman et al. J. Positive Psychology, v5.n1 (2010): 41-61.
  14: “Constitutive and instrumental goal orientations and their relations with eudaimonic and hedonic well-being.” B.J. Fowers et al. J. Positive Psychology, v5.n2 (March, 2010): 139-153.
  15: “Normative theory and psychological research: hedonism, eudaimonism, and why it matters.” V. Tiberius et al. J. Positive Psychology, v5.n3 (May, 2010): 212-225.
  16: “Pursuit of pleasure, engagement, and meaning: relationships to subjective and objective measures of well-being.” S.M. Schueller et al. J. Positive Psychology, v5.n4 (July, 2010): 253-263.
  17: “Goal striving, need satisfaction, and longitudinal well-being: the self-concordance model.” K.M. Sheldon et al. J. Pers. & Soc. Psy., v76.n3 (1999): 482-9.
  18: “Motivating learning, performance, and persistence: the synergistic effects of intrinsic goal contents and autonomy-supportive contexts.”M. Vansteenkiste et al. J. Pers. & Soc. Psy., v87.n2 (2004): 246-60.
  19: “Meaning in life,” M.F. Steger. ref.1, ch. 64.
  20: “Meaning in life across the life span: Levels and correlates of meaning in life from emerging adulthood to older adulthood.” M.F. Steger et al. J. Positive Psychology, v4.n1 (Jan. 2009): 43-52.
  21: “Know thyself and become what you are: a eudaimonic approach to psychological well-being,” C.D. Ryff et al. J. Happiness Studies, v9 (2008): 13-39.
  22: “For richer...in good times...and in health: positive processes in relationships,” N.C. Maisel et al. ref.1, ch. 43.
  23: “Love,” C. Hendrick et al. ref.1, ch. 42.
  24: “Mindfulness versus positive evaluation,” E. Langer. ref.1, ch. 26.
  25: “Motivation and autonomy in counseling, psychotherapy, and behavior change: a look at theory and practice,” R.M. Ryan et al. The Counseling Psychologist, OnlineFirst, Feb. 10, 2010.
  26: “Intrinsic vs. Extrinsic Value.” M.J. Zimmerman. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (online). Feb. 7, 2007.
  27: Wisdom, intelligence, and creativity synthesized. R. J. Sternberg. Cambridge UP, 2003.
  28: Self comes to mind: constructing the conscious brain. Antoni0 Damasio. Pantheon, 2010.





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