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Well being is
happiness and satisfaction with life
how is well being measeured
by self report
bottom up thory
well-being is the sum of the postive exp in ones life
top down theory
general tendency to evaluate and interpret exp in a positive way
whats the most impt. factor in subjective well being
personality
what are four predictors
Self esteem,positive social rel., extroversion, optimism
self esteem
provides a snese of meaning and value
positve social relationships
provides social support and emotional intimacy
extroversion
someone who is interested in things outside of themselves
optimism
seeing things in a positive manner
when we talk about a perso presenting with low levels of neuroticism what does that mean
the less neuroticism, the higher the subjective well being
How is self esteem maintained
self enhancement, self-assessment, self-verification
Positive illusions
assoc. with better physical health,outcomes and better coping with adversity; occur more with strangers than friends
adaptation process
after being exposed to a certain stimulus, we become habituated and adapt to that level rather quickly(lottery winners)
climate and weather
do not determine long-term well-being
reasons for leisure
1. fulfills need for autonomy
2.allwd. enjoyment of family life
3.provided relaxation
4.escape from routine
flow
little distiction between self and environment, stimlus and response, and time