Can happiness be taught?

@article{Seligman2004CanHB,
  title={Can happiness be taught?},
  author={M. Seligman},
  journal={Daedalus},
  year={2004},
  volume={133},
  pages={80-87}
}
Dædalus Spring 2004 Since World War II, the 1⁄2eld of psychology has largely focused on suffering. Psychologists now measure such formerly fuzzy concepts as depression, schizophrenia, and anger with respectable precision. We have discovered a fair amount about how these disorders develop across life, about their genetics, their neurochemistry, and their psychological underpinnings. Best of all, we can relieve some of the disorders. By my last count fourteen of the several dozen major mental… Expand
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