This is the collection of tweets for every entry in the Encyclopedia of Positive Psychology (EoPP). In a nutshell, I started it back in 2009, stopped for a while, and now I am back onto it.
here are the latest tweets under the hash tag #EoPP
The list will be updated as I tweet new entries.
(The order is both alphabetical and by tweet date with a couple of hickups inbetween. )
“Abnormal Psychology is … concerned with understanding the nature of individual pathologies of the mind, mood, & behavior.” 9:53 PM May 29th, 2009 via Twittelator
“Academic achievement refers to any measure of a student’s progress in a scholastic setting or in an academically related subject area.” 10:29 PM May 29th, 2009 via Twittelator
“Actualizing tendency refers to an innate growth drive or impulse that is said to exist within all human beings.” 11:35 PM May 29th, 2009 via Twittelator
“Adaptability is the capacity to adjust oneself readily (without great difficulty) to fit changed circumstances.” 12:07 AM May 30th, 2009 via Twittelator
“Admiration is an emotional response involving pleasure, wonder, and reverence.” “a positive [other praising] moral emotion.” 12:37 AM May 30th, 2009 via Twittelator
Adult attatchment security: “Understanding healthy & effective adult behavior” “Unique & enduring affectional bond between two persons” 11:12 AM May 30th, 2009 via Twittelator
Aerobic activity: increased energy expenditure via continuous rythmic activity by large muscle groups loading the cardiovascular system 11:44 AM May 30th, 2009 via Twittelator
“Aesthetic appreciation is … the ability to find, recognize, and take pleasure in goodness in the physical and social worlds.” 9:51 AM May 31st, 2009 via web
“Affectine forecasting…refers to the prediction of emotional reactions to future events … [their] liking, enjoyment, and happiness.” 3:03 PM May 31st, 2009 via web
Agency is “the interplay between a person and the action space surrounding him or her” & the thoughts, feelings & pursuite of actions. 4:12 PM May 31st, 2009 via web
Agreeableness “reflects a consistently warm, prosocial, non-aggressive orientation towards others.” 11:07 PM May 31st, 2009 via web
Allport, Gordon W. “is regarded as one of the major figures in the history of psychology” for his significant work on personality traits. 10:13 AM Jun 1st, 2009 via web