Website uses scientific testing to increase happiness

September 2017

Mental Health

Country of origin: USA

A professor of Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania, Martin Seligman, PhD, has developed a series of scientifically tested exercises designed to increase happiness.

According to Dr Seligman, ?Advances in Positive Psychology have helped hundreds of thousands of people measure, improve, and sustain their happiness.?

Dr Seligman believes that through sophisticated technologies and innovative online educational techniques, many more people can be helped. ?My goal is to develop a large, nurturing community that will produce more positive emotion, more engagement, and more meaning in the lives of its members,? he said.

Dr Seligman has launched a new website to achieve his ambitious goal. This website provides access to new developments in the field of Positive Psychology.

Individuals can take free tests that will measure their current happiness, optimism, depression symptoms, and other personal qualities.

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