The publication "Applied Psychology in School" and the research studies presented there are focused on the application of positive psychology in the work of pedagogical and professional staff in the school environment. Positive psychology is one of the youngest trends in psychology with a very short history. The official start of this trend is 1998, when Martin Seligman, its then president, at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Society (APA), called on the attendees to study and support the positive aspects of life. Nowadays, positive psychology has been formulated into science that not only explores positive emotions such as happiness, hope, joy, love, but also addresses how these emotions affect our daily lives and our psyche. The aim of positive psychology is not only to help the client in his pathological conditions, but also to focus attention on improving the quality of life for a wide range of people. The aim is therefore to build better quality of life, to understand the positive aspects of personality and to support their development.
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