His primary scientific interests are in Social psychology, Values in Action Inventory of Strengths, Explanatory style, Attributional style questionnaire and Attribution. His work in Social psychology is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Pessimism. The study incorporates disciplines such as Epistemology, Virtue, Morality, Gratitude and Zest in addition to Values in Action Inventory of Strengths.
He has researched Explanatory style in several fields, including Learned helplessness and Clinical psychology. As part of the same scientific family, Christopher Peterson usually focuses on Attributional style questionnaire, concentrating on Depressive symptoms and intersecting with Individual difference. His Happiness research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Human development, Development economics, Pleasure and Positive psychology.
Christopher Peterson focuses on Social psychology, Developmental psychology, Health care, Clinical psychology and Positive psychology. His work in Happiness, Life satisfaction, Values in Action Inventory of Strengths, Personality and Explanatory style are all subfields of Social psychology research. His Life satisfaction research integrates issues from Well-being and Meaning.
In his research on the topic of Values in Action Inventory of Strengths, Zest, Curiosity and Big Five personality traits is strongly related with Gratitude. His study in Developmental psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Sample and Causality. His Clinical psychology research also works with subjects such as
Epilepsy, Family medicine, Quality of life, Health care and Cohort are his primary areas of study. His Epilepsy study incorporates themes from Longitudinal study, Sample and Stigma. His Stigma research incorporates elements of Clinical psychology, Mood, Anxiety, Multilevel model and Depression.
Christopher Peterson combines subjects such as Emergency department, Attendance and Cohort study with his study of Family medicine. His work on Health policy as part of general Health care study is frequently linked to Pretext, Equity and Economic cost, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Psychiatry study combines topics in areas such as Polypharmacy and General practice.
Christopher Peterson mainly focuses on Sociology of health and illness, Public relations, Health care, Epilepsy and Cohort study. Christopher Peterson has included themes like Sociological imagination, Sociological theory, Social environment, Social system and Competence in his Sociology of health and illness study. The various areas that Christopher Peterson examines in his Public relations study include Mental health, Health informatics, Health policy and Social isolation.
His Health care study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Psychosocial. His Epilepsy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Physical therapy, Older people, Polycythaemia and Intensive care medicine. His Cohort study research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Emergency department, Cohort, Family medicine and Attendance.
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Character Strengths and Virtues: A Handbook and Classification
Christopher Peterson;Martin E. P. Seligman.
Positive Psychology Progress: Empirical Validation of Interventions.
Martin E. P. Seligman;Tracy A. Steen;Nansook Park;Christopher Peterson.
American Psychologist (2005)
Grit: Perseverance and Passion for Long-Term Goals
Angela L. Duckworth;Christopher Peterson;Michael D. Matthews;Dennis R. Kelly.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (2007)
The attributional Style Questionnaire
Christopher Peterson;Amy Semmel;Carl L. von Baeyer;Lyn Y. Abramson.
Cognitive Therapy and Research (1982)
Causal explanations as a risk factor for depression: Theory and evidence.
Christopher Peterson;Martin E. Seligman.
Psychological Review (1984)
The future of optimism.
American Psychologist (2000)
STRENGTHS OF CHARACTER AND WELL-BEING
Nansook Park;Christopher Peterson;Martin E. P. Seligman.
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology (2004)
A Primer in Positive Psychology
Learned Helplessness: A Theory for the Age of Personal Control
Christopher Peterson;Steven F. Maier;Martin E. P. Seligman.
Orientations to happiness and life satisfaction: The full life versus the empty life.
Christopher Peterson;Nansook Park;Martin E. P. Seligman.
Journal of Happiness Studies (2005)
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