Positive Psychology : The Science of Happiness and Flourishing

Compton, William

For sale by Benji for $35

Positive Psychology : The Science of Happiness and Flourishing

Compton, William

For sale by Jasmine for $35

Comprehensive H1 Wellbeing, Motivation & Performance notes

Written by Claire

Full notes from weeks 1 to 12 covering wellbeing, mindfulness, character strengths, science foundati...

11 pages, 3991 words

WMP Notes

Written by Tori

This subject was actually taught during the summer term in 2017. Being an arts student of history an...

11 pages, 2696 words

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Reviews

Tutorials were relaxing, best part of the semester. Lectures pretty good. Subject doesn't seem content heavy until you get to assessments, which require some effort. I thought the marking was a little harsh but that's coming from a non-psych student who's not used to writing about research studies. Enjoyed it overall. Teachings are very applicable to everyday life.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

Pretty average. Only highlights were character strengths and no exam. The two our lecture hurt and tutes were often a waste of time. Would recommend if you're into positive psychology BUT 60% of the subject was due during swotvac

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

This is one of the best option if you wish to find a subject that gives you no pressure, not content heavy, fairly easy assignments, but do need to put some effort if you are aiming for H1. 2 hour lectures were a bit boring

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019

This is by far the best breadth subject I have completed at university. I did it as a summer intensive which was great. My tutor was super passionate about the course and it was a subject that I can genuinely say I use the content taught in my everyday life. Very interesting and scored well in the subject too

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

Really enjoyed most of the lectures, not very content heavy but also learned some applicable stuff which I could relate to everyday life. It is good to keep in mind that interventions thought may not be applicable to everyone. Just try the subject with an open mind. The quiz (during SWOT Vac) stressed my friend out because it was basically one percent for each question but you will get plenty of time to finish everything.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018

some interesting content, but not fast paced enough to be engaged for the full two hour lecture, tutorials were often a waste of time, assessment reasonably easy, no exam

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

Loved this subject! low contact hours, really easy to do well in, and I always left the class feeling happy or greatful

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015