Surprising Science of Happiness Dan Gilbert Video Discussion

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Watch this video by Dan Gilbert before you discuss with your classmates the questions below...

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  1. Discuss where ― love and belonging-- fit in basic human needs?
  2. How would your needs change if you won a $20 million lottery?
  3. Do you think it would make you happy?
  4. Think of the statement, "if it happened over three months ago it has no impact on your happiness" do you believe this, if so why?
  5. According to the speaker what is synthesising happiness?
  6. What is natural happiness?

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Lincolvin
School: University of Virginia

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Running Head: HAPPINESS

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Happiness
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HAPPINESS

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Q1
Individuals are obligated to achieve specific needs, but some things get more attention over other
stuff. The most basic need craved by human nature is based on physical survival thus remaining
our first thing that acts as a motivating behavior to our lives. After that level is well-satisfied, the
upcoming level is our motivating factor and precedes in that category. The first fulfilment if for
the psychological needs followed by the safety needs then social need comes third for the human
needs and comprise of love and belonging. Interpersonal relationship requirement acts as a
motivating factor of behavior.
Q2
If I win a $20 million lottery, my needs will change significantly. Firstly, my living standard wou...

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