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Contents: Preface. Concepts of Savoring: An Introduction. Critical Issues for a Psychology of Savoring. Toward a Model for Savoring. Types of Savoring: Some Empirical Inroads. Types of Savoring: An Integrative Conceptual View. Savoring and Time Orientation. Savoring and Human Concerns. Enhancing Savoring. Epilogue. Appendices: Self-Report Items Assessing Perceived Control Over Positive and Negative Events and Perceived Control Over Positive and Negative Feelings in Response to Events. The Savoring Beliefs Inventory. Instructions for Scoring the Savoring Beliefs Inventory. The Ways of Savoring Checklist. Instructions for Scoring the Ways of Savoring Checklist. The Children's Savoring Beliefs Inventory. Instructions for Scoring the Children's Savoring Beliefs Inventory.
"Savoring: A New Model of Positive Experience is a fascinating hybrid of a book-part reflection, part theory, part survey results; it contains checklists, data, statistical tables interspersed with poetry, and diary entries." - Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, PsycCRITIQUES "The work was a pleasure to read, and certainly got me thinking about savoring experiences of my own." - David G. Myers, Ph.D. Hope College "The book supplies something that no other book does-a compendium of new and scholarly ideas on how to extract the maximum enjoyment from one's life...The writing style is clear and engaging...a good scholarly book...backed by considerable data." - Kennon M. Sheldon, Ph.D. University of Missouri/Columbia "Savoring is destined in my opinion to become a classic." - Martin Seligman, Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania "This book is a must-read for those in the field of positive psychology. As is often the vase with a new field of research, the authors raise as many questions as they answer. The questions raised are the best kind: provocative, empirically testable, timely, and rich with practical applications." - Jaime L. Kurtz, The Journal of Positive Psychology, January, 2008