The Oxford Handbook of Hope

 
 
Oxford University Press
  • erschienen am 1. November 2017
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  • 712 Seiten
 
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978-0-19-939932-1 (ISBN)
 
The scientific study of hope has flourished in the past twenty years since C.R. Snyder first proposed a model of hope that defined it as "a positive motivational state that is based on an interactively derived sense of successful (1) goal-directed energy (agency) and (2) planning to meet goals (pathways)." Hope has long been a topic of interest for philosophers, psychologists, educators, and physicians and in the past few decades researchers from various disciplines and from around the world have studied how hope relates to superior academic performance, improved outcomes in the workplace, and improved psychological and physical health in individuals of all ages. The Oxford Handbook of Hope will provide a comprehensive update on the past 25 years of hope research while simultaneously providing an outline of what leading hope researchers believe the future of hope research to be. The Handbook will be targeted towards researchers, professors, and advanced students interested in learning about current status and future directions of the science of hope. It will provide a comprehensive overview of the science of hope and will also be able to serve as a textbook for advanced seminars for undergraduates and graduate students interested in one of the most robust areas of positive psychology research.
  • Englisch
  • 13,52 MB
978-0-19-939932-1 (9780199399321)
Matthew W. Gallagher is Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Houston. He received his doctorate in clinical and quantitative psychology from the University of Kansas in 2011. His research focuses on the role of hope in promoting resilience to and recovery from emotional disorders, the development of novel treatments for emotional disorders, and the benefits of positive aspects of mental health. Shane J. Lopez is a Gallup Senior Scientist and Research Director of the Clifton Strengths Institute. He has published extensively, including Positive Psychology: The Scientific and Practical Explorations of Human Strengths, The Oxford Handbook of Positive Psychology, Positive Psychological Assessment: A Handbook of Models and Measures, Positve Psychology: Exploring the Best in People, The Encyclopedia of Positive Psychology, and The Psychology of Courage: Modern Research on an Ancient Virtue. He is a fellow of the American Psychological Association and the International Positive Psychology Association.
Foreword (Todd Kashdan) Memoriam: Remembering Shane J. Lopez (Matthew W. Gallagher) Part I - Defining Hope 1. Introduction to the Science of Hope Matthew W. Gallagher and Shane J. Lopez 2. The History of Philosophical and Psychological Perspectives on Hope: Toward Defining Hope for the Science of Positive Development Kristina Schmid Callina, Nancy Snow, Elise D. Murray 3. Hope Theory (Reprint from HOPP1E) C.R. Snyder, Kevin L. Rand, & David R. Sigmon 4. Hope, Self-Efficacy, and Optimism: Conceptual and Empirical Differences Kevin L. Rand 5. Self-Determination and Hope Michael L. Wehmeyer & Karrie A. Shogren 6. How Hope Influences Goal-Directed Behavior Gabriele Oettingen & Malin Patricia Chromik Part II - Measuring Hope 7. Hope Measurement Sage Rose & Nicole Sieben 8. A Cultural Context Lens of Hope Lisa M. Edwards & Jessica B. McClintock Part III - Promoting Hope 9. The Will and the Ways in School: Hope as a Factor in Academic Success Jennifer Teramoto Pedrotti 10. Promoting Hope in Children Susana C. Marques & Shane J. Lopez 11. Hope Therapy Jennifer S. Cheavens & Madison M. Guter 12. Promoting Hope in Older Adults Amber M. Gum Part IV - Hope and Physical Health 13. Hope and Physical Health Heather N. Rasmussen, Kristin Koetting O'Byrne, Marcy Vandament, & Brian P. Cole 14. Hope and Children's Health Michael Rapoff & Ron Freche 15. Hope and Athletic Performance Henrik Gustafsson, Leslie Podlog, & Paul Davis 16. Hope in the Midst of Terminal Illness Douglas L. Hill & Chris Feudnter Part V - Hope and Mental Health 17. Hope and Depression Lorie A. Ritschel & Christopher S. Sheppard 18. Hope and Anxiety Randolph C. Arnau 19. Hope and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Laura J. Long & Matthew W. Gallagher 20. Hope and Coping in Individuals with Specific Learning Disorder Michal Al-Yagon & Malka Margalit 21. Hope and Stress Resilience Anthony Ong, Taylor Standiford, & Saarang Deshpande Part VI - Hope and Positive Functioning 22. Hope and Well-Being Jenny Y. Lee & Matthew W. Gallagher 23. Hope and Adolescent Mental Health Xi Jiang, Kristin L. Otis, Marco Weber, & E. Scott Huebner 24. Attachment Processes and the Social/Developmental Bases of Hope Hal S. Shorey, Steve Bisgaier, & Scott R. Thien 25. Hope and Work Angela R. Mouton & Monica N. Montijo 26. Hope and Meaning-in-Life: Points of Contact between Hope Theory and Existentialism David B. Feldman, Meenakshi Balaraman, & Craig Anderson Part VII - The Future of Hope 27. Future Directions in the Science of Hope Matthew W. Gallagher, Jennifer S. Cheavens, Lisa M. Edwards, David B. Feldman, Amber M. Gum, Susana C. Marques, Kevin L. Rand, Lorie Ritschel, Jennifer Teramoto Pedrotti, & Hal S. Shorey
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