Here at Positive Psychology News Daily (PPND), we have been thinking about how to make the incredible content from our various authors come together and be manageable for you to be able to go back to older articles.
We have created the first of many Image Maps, this one on Positive Emotions. Click on it to see the different components of positive emotions that our authors have discussed.
Update on July 26, 2008: The links above have been updated to point to the updated image map of Positive Emotions. Just in case you have a reason to go back to the old one, here’s a link to the
retired first Positive Emotions Image Map.
The creator of both the idea for these Image Maps and of the first Image Map for positive emotions is Kathryn Britton. In addition to Kathryn’s articles on the 7th of each month, Kathryn is also the keeper of the calendar-view of articles, which is a more visual way to view past articles than viewing the article Table-of-Contents.
What questions do we have for you? Since this is the first of many Image Maps, our questions are (and we very much would love to see your responses in the comments section below):
- How do you like this first Image Map for Positive Emotions? What’s the best part of this? How do you like the subcategories? How do you like all the PPND articles and other references linked to? What else do you wish we were doing here?
- What categories do you absolutely believe we will need for future Image Maps?
On behalf of our team at PPND,
p.s. We are also glad to announce the Image Map for Positive Emotions the day after reviewing George Vaillant’s book, which is primarily about positive emotions.