Optimist Pessimist - LPS

Optimist Pessimist - LPS

Optimist Pessimist Human Behavior Becoming Aware Text Pessimist

Envision the future as unfavorable Tend to believe one negative incident will last a long time and

affect lives forever Optimism Expect positive outcomes Tend to feel that bad

things wont last long Cope with crisis/stress better Have more disease-

fighting T cells Live longer Optimism Predictor of achievement and resilience Focus on what they can do, instead of how

bad they feel Keep sense of humor, plan for future Expect to be successful in all they do, work harder for goals

Increased well-being, more successful, happier and healthier life http://www.values.com/inspirational-stories-tv- spots/99-the-greatest

Optimist/ Pessimist Scale 1. In the uncertain times, I usually expect the best. 0 (strongly disagree)--------------------4 (strongly agree)

2. Its easy for me to relax. 0 (strongly disagree)--------------------4 (strongly agree) 3. If something can go wrong for me, it will.

0 (strongly disagree)--------------------4 (strongly agree) 4. Im always optimistic about my future. 0 (strongly disagree)--------------------4 (strongly agree) 5. I enjoy my friends a

lot. 0 (strongly disagree)--------------------4 (strongly agree) 6. Its important for me to keep busy. 0 (strongly disagree)--------------------4 (strongly agree) 7. I hardly ever expect

things to go my way. 0 (strongly disagree)--------------------4 (strongly agree) 8. I dont get upset too easily. 0 (strongly disagree)--------------------4 (strongly agree)

9. I rarely count on good things happening to me. 0 (strongly disagree)--------------------4 (strongly agree) 10. Overall, I expect more good things to happen to me than

bad. 0 (strongly disagree)--------------------4 (strongly agree) Internal vs. External Response 1. Jimmy (an internal) thinks he needs to lose 10 pounds to reach a healthy weight for himself.

How will he respond to this need? 2. Keena (an external) just got a D on her math test. How will she respond? 3. George (an internal) has fallen off his bike and broken his leg. He is on the varsity soccer team and a star player, however, now he

cant play. How will he respond?

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