دوره The Science of Well-Being ، فصل 1 : Introduction

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Why take this course?

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I started these lectures, here in Solomon College, right here in my home, to introduce a small set of students to the science of psychology. It allows you to track all these practices that science has told us can increase happiness in your life, things like savoring more and gratitude and sleeping and exercise. I hope it'll make a difference, both in terms of teaching you about the science of happiness, but also giving you the tools you need to apply those practices in your daily life.

Unlike most of the online courses, we're sitting here in my living room, chatting with you guys in this kind of comfy space. The goal is to scale this up to a really large course at Yale, you guys are the pilot program about this. And in part because of that, we really want to check whether or not this kind of approach of teaching you guys the science and sort of seeing if this practice goes together is actually going to work.

There's tons of successes of applying this stuff to changing people's behavior in real time. So never before have we really had so many insights that I could actually teach you about and kind of time is right to start applying this stuff in our own lives. I'll give you an article, this is from 2013 on ABC News, Americans Most Unhappy People In The World, right?

And it's a fallacy that's kind of near and dear to my heart because I invented it with my colleague, Tamar Gendler, who's a philosopher here at Yale. Joe is this show about these like military guys, this action stuff, and it was like different things will happen every week. And to get a sense of this, I wanted to kind of give you this little metaphor of a spot where you can see that knowing is not enough to really change how you actually think about it, and how you actually behave.

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