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Editorial - Journal of Psychology and Cognition (2020) Volume 5, Issue 3

Self-Rating Psychological Wellness As 'Great' Predicts Positive Future Emotional Well-Being

Specialists have discovered that when an individual rates their present psychological well-being as 'positive' in spite of meeting rules for an emotional wellness issue, for example, discouragement, it can foresee great psychological well-being later on, even without treatment. Utilizing information from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey, Sirry Alang of Lehigh University and her co-creators, Donna D. McAlpine of the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, and Ellen McCreedy of Brown University, inspected individuals who met the rules for having an emotional wellness issue and analyzed contrasts between the individuals who do and don't rate their own psychological well-being as poor.

Author(s): Sowmya Uttam

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