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大流行病中的积极心理学:缓冲、支持和建立心理健康

已有 120 次阅读2022-11-21 16:26 |个人分类:心理学、心理健康、心理咨询|系统分类:科技教育分享到微信

大流行病中的积极心理学:缓冲、支持和建立心理健康

Positive psychology in a pandemic: buffering, bolstering, and building mental health


——原载《积极心理学杂志》202217卷第3期——

<The Journal of Positive Psychology > 2022, 17 (3)


【摘要】随着COVID-19全球健康灾难在世界范围内继续蔓延,人们呼吁解决相关的精神疾病公共危机。当前的论文试图通过考虑积极的心理因素在COVID-19期间,在缓冲精神疾病、促进心理健康以及建立可能有助于加强未来心理健康的积极过程和能力方面发挥的作用来扩大这些呼吁。本文探讨了支持人们度过大流行的积极心理学九个主题的证据和应用:意义、应对、自我同情、勇气、感恩、性格优势、积极情绪、积极的人际交往过程和高质量的联系。在COVID-19等严重危机时期,可以理解的是,研究主要针对解决人们受伤和虚弱的方式。然而,这不必以调查人们维持和加强的方式为代价。
【关键词】积极心理学;成长;应对;心理健康

[Abstract] As the COVID-19 global health disaster continues to unfold across the world, calls have been made to address the associated mental illness public crisis. The current paper seeks to broaden these calls by considering the role that positive psychology factors can play in buffering against mental illness, bolstering mental health during COVID-19 and building positive processes and capacities that may help to strengthen future mental health. The paper explores evidence and applications from nine topics in positive psychology that support people through a pandemic: meaning, coping, self-compassion, courage, gratitude, character strengths, positive emotions, positive interpersonal processes and high-quality connections. In times of intense crisis, such as COVID-19, it is understandable that research is heavily directed towards addressing the ways in which people are wounded and weakened. However, this need not come at the expense of also investigating the ways in which people are sustained and strengthened.
[Key words] Positive psychology; growth; coping; mental health

论文原文:Lea Waters, Sara B. Algoe, Jane Dutton, Robert Emmons, Barbara L. Fredrickson, Emily Heaphy, Judith T. Moskowitz, Kristin Neff, Ryan Niemiec, Cynthia Pury & Michael Steger (2022). Positive psychology in a pandemic: buffering, bolstering, and building mental health. The Journal of Positive Psychology, 17 (3): 303-323.https://doi.org/10.1080/17439760.2021.1871945

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