Brain outcome

Positive Affect

Positive affectivity (PA) is a characteristic that describes how animals and humans experience positive emotions and interact with others and with their surroundings. Those with high positive affectivity are typically enthusiastic, energetic, confident, active, and alert. Those having low levels of positive affectivity can be characterized by sadness, lethargy, distress, and un-pleasurable engagement

Brain
5 causes

There are 4 factors preventing the outcome of Positive Affect, including:

Protective FactorsStudies
Distraction

Capitalization Selfcare risk & protective factor

Suppresion Selfcare risk & protective factor
Suppresion
Selfcare

Negative Mental Time Travel (MTT) Selfcare risk & protective factor

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There are 2 factors increasing the risk of Positive Affect, including:

Risk FactorsStudies

Belief in Free Will Selfcare risk & protective factor

1 study

Being present Selfcare risk & protective factor

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