Some psychologists have begun studying positive psychology, arguing that clinical psychology has focused too much on mental problems and other negative aspects of human behavior. Does social psychology focus too much on negative parts of behavior? Using research on pro-social behavior as an example, does social psychology focus on the negative, the positive, or both? Explain your position.
Positive Psychology and research
Positive psychology focuses on well-being. Research on pro-social behavior indicate that emphasis on positive living is beneficial to people particularly in the area of aging/gerontology or ...
"Aging well" as an example of positive psychology