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==See also==
==See also==
*[[Affective neuroscience]]
*[[Affective science]],
*[[Pain and nociception]]
*[[Pain (philosophy)]]
*[[Sadistic personality disorder]]
*[[Physical abuse]]
*[[Psychological abuse]]
*[[Emotional abuse]]
*[[Theory of relative suffering]]
*[[Amor fati]]
*[[Happiness economics]]
==Notes and references==
==Notes and references==

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Hedonistic psychology,[1] was an approach to positive psychology developed by Daniel Kahneman, Diener and Schwartz

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  1. Kahneman, D., E. Diener and N. Schwartz (eds.) Well-being: The Foundations of Hedonistic Psychology, Russell Sage Foundation, 1999

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