Chapter 1. Introduction. Positive Psychology of Religion across Traditions and Beliefs; Chu Kim-Prieto.- Part I: Positive Psychology within the Context of Specific Religions.- Chapter 2. Virtues that Transcend: Positive Psychology in Jewish Texts and Tradition; Eliezer Schnall, Mark Schiffman and Aaron Cherniak.- Chapter 3. The Contributions of Christian Perspectives and Practices to Positive Psychology; Everett L. Worthington Jr., Caroline R. Lavelock, Daryl R. Van Tongeren, Charlotte van Oyen Witvliet, Brandon J. Griffin, Chelsea L. Greer, David J. Jennings II, Yin Lin, Kayla Jordan, and Man Yee Ho.-Chapter 4. Religiosity and Well-Being in Muslim Context; Ahmed M. Abdel-Khalek.- Chapter 5. Fostering Meaning, Social Connection and Well-Being through Hindu Beliefs and Practices; Maia Young and Rakesh Sarin.- Chapter 6. Sikhism and Positive Psychology; Muninder K. Ahluwalia, Anna Flores Locke, and Steven Hylton.- Chapter 7. Buddhism and Positive Psychology; Julia L. Cassaniti.- Chapter 8. American Indian Traditional Ways: Convergence and Divergence with Positive Psychology; Leah Rouse Arndt.- Part II. Variations in the Paths to Positivity and Religiosity.- Chapter 9. Religiosity and Subjective Well-Being: An International Perspective; Louis Tay, Miao Li, David Myers and Ed Diener.- Chapter 10. Religious/ Spiritual Meaning Systems: Multiple Pathways to Well-Being; Crystal L. Park and Amy Hale-Smith.- Chapter 11. Mindfulness, Consciousness, Spirituality, and Well-Being; Emily L.B. Lykins.- Chapter 12. Mind-Body Practices and the Neuro-Psychology of Well-Being; P.L. Gerbarg, L. Gootjes and R.P. Brown.- Chapter 13. Religion, Emotion Regulation, and Well-Being; Allon Vishkin, Yochanan Bigman, and Maya Tamir.- Chapter 14. Humility and Religion: Benefits, Difficulties, and a Model of Religious Tolerance; Elissa Woodruff, Daryl R. Van Tongeren, Stacey McElroy, Don E. Davis, and Joshua N. Hook.- Chapter 15. Gratitude and Spirituality: A Review of Theory and Research; Joshua N. Hook.- Chapter 16. Religion and Forgiveness of Others; Mark S. Rye and Cara F. McCabe.- Chapter 17. Religious Ecstasy and Other Intense Emotions; Ralph W. Hood Jr..- Chapter 18. Spiritual Resilience and Struggle Following the Experience of a Stroke; Margaret H. Feuille, Kenneth I. Pargament, and Sharon K. Ostwald.- Chapter 19. Religiosity and Immigrant Family Narratives in Korean American Young Adults; Sumie Okazaki and Nancy Abelmann.
Chu Kim-Prieto, PhD specializes in Positive Psychology and Cross-Cultural Psychology. She has published research on happiness, cross-cultural psychology of emotion, and psychology of religion and spirituality in peer-reviewed journals and edited volumes. She is on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Happiness and is the incoming Associate Editor of the Asian American Journal of Psychology.