A Handbook of Psychological Research and Clinical Applicationswong paul t. p. (cur.)
This volume brings together trends in "the human search for meaning" converging from various fields, and examines the process of meaning seeking. The first edition was one of the first books to bring together all this into one volume and relate it back to clinical practice. It predicted that the construct of meaning will occupy the center stage of psychology in the next century, a prediction that has come true. Since its publication, several trends have converged and contributed to the psychological study of meaning. This second edition will seek to expand the information from the first edition as well as bring the original chapters up-to-date.
Antonovosky, The Sense of Coherence: Making Sense Out of Chaos. Aron, Aron, The Meaning of Love. Aspinwall, Leaf, Leachman, Spirituality and Meaning in the Management of Familial Cancer Risk: Insights from a Prospective Study of p16 Generic Tests Reporting for Familial Melanoma. Baumeister, Sommer, Stillman, The Construction of Meaning from Life Events: Empirical Studies of Personal Narratives. Beike, Crone, Autobiographical Memory and Personal Meaning: Stable versus Flexible Meanings of Remembered Life Experiences. Fabry, The Calls of Meaning. Hart, Meaning and Spirituality in Addiction Recovery. Kibby, ec2=m: Coaching Skills that Translate Emotions and Cognitive Confusion into Meaning. King, Hicks, Positive Affect and Meaning in Life: The Intersection of Hedonism and Eudiamonia. Klinger, The Search for Meaning in Evolutionary Perspective and its Clinical Implications. Krause, Meaning in Life and Healthy Aging. Kwee, A New Buddhist Psychology Quest for Meaning and Chaironic Happiness. McAdamn, Meaning and Personality. Slattery, Park, Clinical Approaches to Discrepancies in Meaning: Conceptualization, Assessment, and Treatment. McDonald, Wong, A Brief Version of the Personal Meaning Profile: Reliability and Validity. Park, Meaning and Meaning-Making in Cancer Survivorship. Pattakos, Personal Meaning at Work and in the Workplace. Peterson, Park, Character Strengths and the Meaning of Life. Reker, Birren, Svensson, Restoring, Maintaining, and Enhancing Personal Meaning in Life through Autobiographical Methods. Reker, Wong, Meaning and Successful Aging. Ryff, Singer, The Role of Purpose in Life and Personal Growth in Positive Human Health. Shek, Life Meaning and Purpose in Life Among Chinese Adolescents: What can we Lean from Chinese Studies in Hong Kong? Shmotkin, Shrira, On the Distinction between Subjective Well-Being and Meaning in Life: Regulatory versus Reconstructive Functions in the Face of a Hostile World. Steger, Experiencing Meaning in Life: Optimal Functioning at the nexus of Well-Being, Psychopathology, and Spirituality. Tedeschi, Calhoun, Cann, Meaningful Growth after Trauma: Posttraumatic Thought and Action. Tomer, The Meaning of Death. Ventegodt, Merrick, The Human Heart or Recovering the Meaning of Life: A Theory Integrating Sexuality, Meaning of Life and Sense of Coherence applied in Holistic Therapy. Weinstein, Ryan, Deci, Motivation, Meaning, and Wellness: A Self-Determination Perspective on the Creation and Internalization of Personal Meanings and Life Goals. Wong, Wong, Resilience in Youth Across Cultures: A Meaning-Centered Approach. Wong, From Logotherapy to Meaning-Centered Counseling and Narrative Therapy. Wong, Bulloch, Introduction: Towards a Meaning-Centered Dual-Process Model of What Makes Life Worth Living. Wrosch, Miller, Scheier, Carver, When Meaning is Threatened: The Importance of Goal Disengagement for Psychological and Physical Health.
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