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Peña Correal, T. (2010). ¿Es Viable El Conductismo en el siglo XXI? Perú: Liberabit. Revista de Psicología, 16, 125-130.

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  • TITLE: A Psychological Approach to the Scientific Study of Welfare

    AUTHORS: María Fernanda Enríquez-Villota

    KEYWORDS: Science, Psychological Trend, Welfare

    JOURNAL NAME: Psychology, Vol.10 No.7, June 26, 2019

    ABSTRACT: The main objective of this bibliographic research is to approach theoretically the concept of science in psychology by describing the underlying elements of the psychological trends until the emergence of the welfare construct as the principal axis of analysis. The methodology included a review of literature oriented to gathering relevant information about philosophy of science, psychological trends and the concept of welfare. The data gathering process involved updated printed as well as digital sources that were analyzed systematically. As a result, it can be concluded that the research interest on approaching the psychological welfare comes from Ancient Greece and its most salient thinkers. Nonetheless, this interest has constantly evolved going through various theoretical proposals derived from the humanistic psychological trend up to the salutogenic psychology and with it to the positive psychology, which is a contemporary aspect that has as central object of study the concept of welfare. Such concept is understood as the set of evaluative judgments and emotional reactions with regards to the extent to which life experiences are satisfactory, agreeable and positive.