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  1. Aug 2021
    1. , psychology as usual is important and nec- essary, and positive psychology is intended as a supplement, another arrow in the quiver, and not a re- placement for this endeavor.

      relates back to that idea of my research covering 'tools' (arrows analogy) for people to employ and execute irl

      part of achieving fulfillment could be maintaining mental stability, consequently achieved via active recall and execution of tools (coping mechanism, ex.)

    2. Lazarus claims that positive psychology advocates that we "abandon the negative and focus on positive human qualities."

      but as the other previous positive psychology article i annotated stated, there is a time and place for pessimism. when utilised, pessimism can "buffer the person against future failure, should failure occur. In addition, defensive pessimism may help the person perform better because the worry over anticipated failure prompts remedial action in preparation for the event."

    3. FAQs

      yes, thank you for the clarification

    4. Martin E. P. Seligman University of Pennsylvania James 0. Pawelski Vanderbilt Universi

      safe to assume these two authors are students? no Dr. title provided

      remember to verify if writing annotated bib

    1. perception of wildlife as disease carriers

      In which communities???

    2. species and habitats of concern may bein danger of hunting, poaching, mining, logging, anddiseases.

      Causes: minimal/no protection, anthropogenic pressures=mass migration+unemployment

    3. The sudden rapid outbreak of the disease, short timeframe since the commencement of the lockdown, andinaccessibility to field sites to start new empirical stud-ies and monitor ongoing studies have resulted in theabsence of scientific evidence of direct impacts of thelockdown on species and ecosystems of concern

      Main issue- inaccessibility to field sites to start important studies + monitor ongoing studies = absence of lockdown impact data

    4. anthropocentric

      regarding humankind as the central or most important element of existence, especially as opposed to God or animals.