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Positive Psychology at the Movies: Using Films to Build Character Strengths and Well-Being, 2nd ed

J Clin Psychiatry 2014;75(7):e712 [book review]

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This hefty paperback can serve readers in several ways. For psychiatrists, it can be useful as a reference to movies, especially feature Hollywood and foreign films illustrating many positive human attributes and their opposites—character flaws, negativity, and self-defeating ways. Also included are documentaries, shorts, films for children and youth, and many lists, including best film exemplars of good character traits, Positive Psychology Movie Award winners for 2009–2012, and useful film Web sites.