Lithuanian Residents’ Well-Being, Mindfulness, and Psychological Capital
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The recent wave of negativity stemming from corporate and geopolitical problems call attention to the need for more positivity in the world and the result has been a re-emphasis in the use of a positive lens for human behavior theory, research, and practice. Right around the turn of the last century, the field of psychology began to place greater importance on investigation what was right with people and what contributes to human flourishing and growth potential. Some specific constructs of psychological capital, well-being, and mindfulness were scientifically defined and introduced. However, positive approach is still developing, and evidence on relationship between positive constructs was not grounded culturally yet. Therefore, we have hypothesized that in Lithuania there will be identified some significant correlations between constructs of well-being, psychological capital, and mindfulness as it was found in other countries. Moreover, the relation between mindfulness and psychological capital was not explored thoroughly yet, even though researchers indicate obvious link between psychological capital and well – being.