Cognitive Emotion Regulation, Optimism, Happiness and Wisdom
Wisdom is applying successful intelligence and creativity, values mediate them, for common good, by balancing among : personal interests, interpersonal interests and intrapersonal interests, through sort and long times, to accomplish balancing among : adapt with existence environment, shape this environment and select neo environment . This study attempt exploring it’s deep structure by identifying correlational and predictive relationships among Cognitive Emotion Regulation, Optimism, Happiness and Wisdom . 134 student complement CERQ-SV (Garnefski & Kraaij 2006), LOT-R (Scheier, Carver & Bridges 1994), HS (Springer & Hauser 2006) and 3D-WS (Ardelt 2003). Results found out that most cognitive emotion regulation strategies are high, moderate optimism, moderate/ high happiness and moderate wisdom, negative correlations between negative strategies and happiness and wisdom, positive correlations between positive strategies and happiness and optimism, wisdom correlate positively with happiness and negatively with optimism, and, in predictive relationships, all three variables predict wisdom : strategies predict cognitive and affection wisdom, optimism predict cognitive and affection wisdom, and happiness predict cognitive, reflection and affection wisdom . These results suggest that the wisdom exist when us positive cognitive emotion regulation strategies, reduce optimism and actualizing meaning, goal, self-accept and positive relations .
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