NEW TECHNIQUES OF HAPPINESS by Albert Edward Wiggam

NEW TECHNIQUES OF HAPPINESS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A science writer, and a writer about psychology, reports on the scientific measuring of happiness in light of overall psychological findings, and charts a course of instruction to achieve success in learning to be happy. Checking against tests, and arriving at scores on ""euphorimeter"" scales, the booster sections underline the importance of human relations (as the 4th ""R"" in the curriculum) and detail the skills and techniques of improving them. A personality builder bluebook, together with a self-diagnosis system, this is certainly the most specific of the self-help type of book, aimed for a wide audience.

Pub Date: Sept. 7th, 1948
Publisher: Wilfred Funk