The positive shift : mastering mindset to improve happiness, health, and longevity / by Catherine A. Sanderson.
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|Crookston Public Library||158.1 SAN (Text)||33500012999751||New||Checked out||10/21/2019|
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- ISBN: 9781946885449
- ISBN: 1946885444
- Physical Description: pages cm
- Publisher: Dallas, TX : BenBella Books, 
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Discovering mindset -- Mindset matters -- Why zebras don't get ulcers : mindset impacts health -- Older adults are wise, not forgetful : mindset impacts memory -- Secrets of centenarians : mindset impacts longevity -- Understanding mindset -- Are you tigger or eeyore : personality matters -- "Comparison is the thief of joy" : environment matters -- Embrace adversity : trauma matters -- Changing mindset -- Change your behavior, and your mindset will follow -- Nature does the mind and body good -- Spend money wisely : take a trip, see a play, go to a game -- Give a gift-to anyone -- Build relationships: all you need is love -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgements -- About the author.
Catherine A. Sanderson is the Manwell Family Professor in Life Sciences (Psychology) at Amherst College. She received a bachelor’s degree in psychology, with a specialization in Health and Development, from Stanford University, and received both masters and doctoral degrees in psychology from Princeton University. Professor Sanderson’s research examines how personality and social variables influence health-related behaviors such as safer sex and disordered eating, the development of persuasive messages and interventions to prevent unhealthy behavior, and the predictors of relationship satisfaction. This research has received grant funding from the National Science Foundation and the National Institute of Health.
Professor Sanderson has published more than 25 journal articles and book chapters in addition to five college textbooks, a high school health textbook, and a popular press book on parenting. In 2012, she was named one of the country’s top 300 professors by the Princeton Review. Professor Sanderson speaks regularly to public and corporate audiences on such topics as the science of happiness, emotional intelligence, the mind-body connection, and the psychology of good and evil.
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