Table of contents for Handbook of positive psychology in schools / [editors] Rich Gilman, E. Scott Huebner, Michael J. Furlong.

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Table of Contents
Forward	Ed Diener and Carol Diener
Section I. Conceptual Foundations 
Chapter 1 	E. Scott Huebner, Rich Gilman, and Michael J. Furlong
Chapter 2 	The Nature and Importance of Positive Mental Health in America?s Adolescents
	Corey L. M. Keyes
Section II. Internal Assets and Positive Student Development
Chapter 3	Life Satisfaction
	Shannon Suldo, Scott Huebner, Emily Shaffer, and Rich Gilman 
Chapter 4 	Measuring and Promoting Hope in Schoolchildren
	Shane J. Lopez , Sage Rose, Cecil Robinson, Susana C. Marques, and Jose Pais-Ribeiro
Chapter 5 	Optimism and the School Context
	Peter Boman, Rebecca Russo, Michael J.Furlong, Elena Lilles, and Camille Jones
Chapter 6 	Strengths of Character in Schools
	Nansook Park and Christopher Peterson 
Chapter 7	Gratitude in School: Benefits to Students and Schools
	Giacomo Bono and Jeffrey Froh
Chapter 8	Positive Self-Concepts
	Bruce A. Bracken
Chapter 9	Emotion Regulation: Implications for Positive Youth Development
	Maureen Buckley and Carolyn Saarni
Chapter 10	Empathy, Prosocial Behavior, and Positive Development in Schools
	Tracy L. Spinrad and Nancy Eisenberg
Chapter 11	Flow in Schools: Cultivating Engaged Learners and Optimal Learning Environments
	David J. Shernoff and Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
Section III. Contextual Resources and Positive Student Development 
Chapter 12 	Toward a Positive Psychology of Academic Motivation: The Role of Self-Efficacy Beliefs
	Frank Pajares
Chapter 13	Oriented Towards Mastery: Promoting Positive Motivational Goals for Students
	Lynley H. Anderman and Eric M. Anderman
Chapter 14	Creativity in the Schools: A Rapidly Developing Area of Positive Psychology
	James C. Kaufman and Ronald A. Beghetto
Chapter 15 	School Satisfaction and Children?s Positive School Adjustment Angela Maupin and Jean A. Baker
Chapter 16	Student Engagement and Positive School Adaptation
	Amy?Jane Griffiths, Jill D. Sharkey, and Michael J. Furlong
Chapter 17 	The ClassMaps Survey: A Framework for Promoting Positive Classroom Environments
	Beth Doll, Sarah Kurien, Courtney LeClair, Robert Spies, Allison Champion, and Allison Osborn
Chapter 18	Peer Relationships and Positive Adjustment at School
	Kathryn Wentzel, Sandra Baker and Shannon Russell
Chapter 19 	Parent-Child Relationships
	Shannon M. Suldo
Chapter 20 	Parents as Essential Partners for Fostering Students? Learning Outcomes
	Amy L. Reschly and Sandra L. Christenson
Chapter 21	Secrets of Their Success: Activity Participation and Positive Youth Development
Bonnie L. Barber, Bree D. Abbott, Corey J. Blomfield, and Jacquelynne S. Eccles
IV. School-Based Applications for Positive Student Development 
Chapter 22 	Positive Psychology and School-Based Interventions
	David N. Miller, Amanda B. Nickerson, and Shane R. Jimerson
Chapter 23 	The Positive in Positive Models of Discipline
	George G. Bear
Chapter 24	Positive Psychology and the Prevention of School-Based Victimization
	Kristen Varjas, Joel Meyers, Barbara Meyers, Samuel Kim, Christopher C. Henrich, and Laura Subbiah
Chapter 25 	Promoting Positive Adaptation during the Early Childhood Years
	Kathleen H. Armstrong, Kristen N. Missall, Emily Shaffer, and Robin L. Hojnoski
Chapter 26	Listening to Students: Moving from Resilience Research to Youth Development Practice and School Connectedness
	Bonnie Benard and Sean Slade
Chapter 27	Positive Psychology and Students with Intellectual Disabilities
	H. Thompson Prout
Chapter 28 	Positive Psychology and School/Community-based Youth Participatory Photography Programs
	Maryam Kia-Keating
Chapter 29	Child and Adolescent Health Risk Behaviors: Prevalence and Comprehensive Prevention and Intervention Strategies
Robert F. Valois and Keith J. Zullig
Chapter 30 	Wholistic Wellness and Exercise among Adolescents
	R. L. Petosa and Brian V. Hortz
Chapter 31 	Nutrition: The Foundation of Health, Happiness, and Academic Success
	Sara A. Pyle, Melissa L. Hyder, C. Keith Haddock, and W. S. Carlos Poston
Chapter 32	A Positive Psychology Approach to Developing Talent and Preventing Talent Loss in the Arts and Sciences
	Rena F. Subotnik and Steven Knotek
Chapter 33	Positive Psychology, Culture, and Schools: Conceptual and Empirical Challenges 
Craig Frisby, Jason Parkin, and Caren Moore
Chapter 34	Positive Psychology for Educators
 Collie W. Conoley and Jane Close Conoley
Chapter 35	The Law?s Place in Fostering Positive Youth Development in Schools
	Roger J. R. Levesque

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

School psychology -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Positive psychology -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.