The purpose of this study is to adopt the concept of positive psychology to help learners to construct and develop positive thinking and behavior patterns through the analysis of learning process. The subjects of this study were 64 students, who took the General Education course 'Emotional Management' in a university and voluntarily participated in this study. This study used a form named 'Process of happiness in action' and the content of this form included three parts: thoughts, action and reflection. This form was used to teach the participant students how to construct and develop positive thinking and behaviors through the process of recording and analyzing their feelings of self-happiness. This study found that the students who participated in this course could effectively learn how to analyze their self-happiness feelings through the record of the process, translate their self-happiness feelings into positive concepts, develop these positive concepts into the dynamics of happiness, and construct positive thinking and behavior patterns.
|Translated title of the contribution||An Analysis of the Learning Process of Constructing Positive Thinking and Behaviors: A Case Study on the Program 'Process of Happiness in Action' in a University|
|Original language||Chinese (Traditional)|
|Number of pages||27|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|