Positive psychology perspectives on social values and their application to intentionally delivered sustainability interventions

@article{Raymond2019PositivePP,
  title={Positive psychology perspectives on social values and their application to intentionally delivered sustainability interventions},
  author={Ivan J. Raymond and Christopher M. Raymond},
  journal={Sustainability Science},
  year={2019},
  pages={1-13}
}
Despite the increasing interest in the intersections among values, well-being and environmental outcomes in sustainability science, few studies have considered these relationships by drawing on well-established theories and methods from positive psychology. The aim of this paper is to review three approaches conceptually related to positive psychology (self-determination theory, SDT; character strengths and virtues, CSV; acceptancy and commitment therapy, ACT) and compare these to… CONTINUE READING

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