Edward Hoffman, PhD, is an American psychologist, educator, and author best known for his work within the field of positive psychology.
Topically organized, Positive Psychology: The Science of Happiness and Flourishing presents a highly engaging, up-to-date introduction to positive psychology. Authors William C.
More than a century ago, William James explained how to combat passivity.
One of the greatest psychological thinkers of modern times, Jung's ideas about inner growth, wholeness, aging, spirituality, parenting, and mystical experience have revolutionized the way we think.
Since Abraham Maslow’s death in 1970, his concept of peak experience has enlarged our understanding of human spirituality.
Drawing on the latest research on human personality and the seminal work of Abraham Maslow, Hoffman and Weiner highlight twelve key traits that underlie romantic compatibility.
Maslow would have valued this powerful insight from Kabbalistic teaching.
Maslow intuitively predicted the latest findings from positive psychology.
Hoffman gathers stories and anecdotes from a broad cross section of adults who remember spiritual and peak experiences from their childhoods. For some, these experiences had a profound influence on the rest of their lives.
“To travel hopefully is a better thing than to arrive” asserted Robert Louis Stevenson, the famed late 19th-century British writer. In his short life of 44 years, he roamed far from his native Edinburgh—and saw much of the world, seeking both adventure and love.
From positive psychology expert Edward Hoffman, Ph.D., Paths to Happiness guides readers through 50 fun, stimulating, mind-opening ways to achieve greater joy and feel more fulfilled.