A New York Times and BusinessWeek best-seller, this encouraging book distills 50 years of research on positive psychology into a concise analogy: positive interactions fill, and negative interactions drain our contentment buckets. The authors-both Gallup researchers-reveal how positivity, negativity, and productivity are related. They also tell us which vital ratio predicts the success of a marriage; how praising, criticizing, and ignoring can affect learning; and when positive interactions have negative effects.
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