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2 Sociological View economic development economic circumstances meritocracy population health fertility democracy

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4 Implications o Absence ≠ Presence o Level Matters o Well-Being > Illness o Mental Illness o CVD o Mortality o Causes Not All Equal o Cholesterol o Statins o Anaceptrapib

5 Signs of Well-Being Hedonic o Positive Emotions o Interest Eudaimonic o Acceptance o Autonomy o Connection o Contribution o Growth o Meaning

6 Feeling Good Functioning Well Hig h Low Moderate Striving Settling Languishing Flourishing

7 Prevalence in 2005

8 Rates of Mental Illness

9 Change and Well-Being Paradox of growth

10 Change and Well-Being Paradox of growth Keyes et al (2002) –Striving: PWB > EWB Age (43) >Education The “O” in OCEAN –Flourishing: High PWB and EWB Age (46) Education The “E”, “C”, and “N” of OCEAN

11 Change and Well-Being Paradox of growth Keyes et al (2002) –Striving: PWB > EWB Age (43) >Education The “O” in OCEAN –Flourishing: High PWB and EWB Age (46) Education The “E”, “C”, and “N” of OCEAN Diener et al’s revision to treadmill –Change happens Negative Events –Resilience matters

12 Change and Well-Being Paradox of growth Keyes et al (2002) –Striving: PWB > EWB Age (43) >Education The “O” in OCEAN –Flourishing: High PWB and EWB Age (46) Education The “E”, “C”, and “N” of OCEAN Diener et al’s revision to treadmill –Change happens Negative Events –Resilience matters Fledderus and colleagues (ACT)

13 Flourishers 1)“Just do it” 2) Self Control 3) Capable 4) Deliberate 5) Apologize 6) Malleable Mindsets 7) Curiosity 8) OCEAN Personality 9) Personal Growth Initiative 10) Learn from Adversity 11) Motivated by Mastery 12) Loved

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15 Kathryn Graff Low (2011)

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17 College Students (main effect of mental health)

18 College Students (no main effect of mental health)

19 Adjusted Log Odds Any Drug –CMI = 1.60 –EWB =.91 –PWB =.90 –SWB = ns Binge Drinking –CMI = 1.19 –EWB =.92 –PWB =.90 –SWB = 1.17

20 Connection Requires Vulnerability Whole Hearted _vulnerability.htmlhttp://www.ted.com/talks/brene_brown_on _vulnerability.html

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