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Warren Davies is a positive psychologist.
His website is GenerallyThinking.com

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       Tuesday, August 24, 2010
What is Happiness? (2387 views) How would you define happiness? Is it an emotion? A state of mind? A decision? Is it a reaction to things that happen to us, like pain, or is it something we can create

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       Thursday, December 10, 2009
Smoking and Stress (1720 views) Contrary to popular opinion, smoking isn't relaxing. The evidence shows smoking actually causes stress, rather than reduce it.

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       Saturday, December 5, 2009
Positive Priming (1599 views) Priming is a phenomenon where being exposed to a certain stimuli makes a particular response to a second stimuli more likely to happen. For example, smelling the freshly baked bread when you walk into a store makes you more likely to buy some bread.

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       Friday, October 2, 2009
"You can do anything you set your mind to" Vs "Stick to your strengths" (1571 views) What exactly does it mean to say "You can do anything you set your mind to"? It's a tribute to the power of dedication, persistence, and time, or course. It means that even against all odds, these three pillars will support your success; all you have to do is try hard enough for long enough.