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Pleasure is a term used to describe a range of positive affective, emotional, and physical sensations. (Johnson, 2009, p, 704 - 707) There are a number of theories that can be used to explain the concept of pleasrue such as the broaden-and-build theoretical model . (Johnson, 2009, p, 704 - 707) In order to understand pleasure we can seperate it into two perspectives, the biological view and pleasure in relation to variable such as eating, health habits or smoking. (Johnson, 2009, p, 704 - 707)
Anhedonia, is the inability to experience pleasure. (Johnson, 2009, p, 704 - 707) Many scales can be used to measure pleasure such as, the Snaith-Hamilton Pleasure Scale and the Revised Chapman Physical Anhedonia Scale. (Johnson, 2009, p, 704 - 707) Positive Affectivity refers to our positive reactions displayed in relation to experiences in our surroundings. (Naragon & Watson, 2009, p. 707-711)
Positive affectivity has both genetic and cultural influences. (Naragon & Watson, 2009, p. 707-711) It is also a critical factor when asssessing individuals for certain mental illnesses. (Naragon & Watson, 2009, p. 707-711)
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