Timeline Part 2

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  • 500- 1500 AD Christianity taught that true happiness is found in the afterlife. They spoke about cardinal virtues that could keep one from sin.
  • 14th 18th Century Renaissance and Age of Enlightment: John Stuart Mill and others believed that moral actions maximized happiness for most number of people.  
  • Late 19th Early 20th New thoughts Movement: William James' (1842-1910) principles of psychology and  Norman Vincent Peale's (1898-1993) power of positive thinking idea had much impact.
  • Mid 20th Century Humanistic Psychology: One proponent Abraham Maslow (1908-1970) believed that humanistic Psychology should be based on the study of healthy, creative Individuals. 
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  • Thank you for accompanying us home while we explained the history of positive psychology to you.
  • REFERENCES Froh, J.J. (2004). The History of Positive Psychology: Truth Be  Told. St. Joseph's College. Retrieved from  https://scottbarrykaufman.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Froh -2004.pdf  Peterson, C (2006). A primer in positive psychology. Chapter One (Sectionson: What is positive psychology? The pillars of positive psychology andFAQs about positive psychology).  UWIOC. (2015). Unit 1: Introduction to Positive Psychology. University of the West Indies. Retrieved from https://2018.tle.courses.open.uwi.edu/pluginfile.php/24208/ mod_resource/content/3/PSYC%203060%20Unit%201.pdf
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