Positive

Positive is a property of positivity and may refer to:

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Other articles related to "positive":

Positive - In Popular Culture
... Positive (2007 film), a short film in Hindi on HIV and AIDS Positive (2008 film), a 2008 film "(Gotta Be) Positive", a song by Eddy Grant from Reparation Positive hardcore, a sub ...
Positive Psychology
... Positive psychology is a recent branch of psychology whose purpose was summed up in 1998 by Martin Seligman and Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi "We believe that a psychology of positive human ... Positive psychologists are concerned with four topics (1) positive experiences, (2) enduring psychological traits, (3) positive relationships and (4) positive institutions ...
Mood (psychology) - Positive Mood
... Positive mood can be caused by many different aspects of life as well as have certain effects on people as a whole ... People seem to experience a positive mood when they have a clean slate, have had a good night sleep, and feel no sense of stress in their life ... "Generally, positive mood has been found to enhance creative problem solving and flexible yet careful thinking" ...
Nandrolone - Publicized Cases
... Africa's Jamie Bloem was the first rugby league footballer to test positive for nandrolone ... Petr Korda tested positive for nandrolone after his 1998 Wimbledon quarter final match against Tim Henman ... UFC Hall of Famer Royce Gracie tested positive for nandrolone after defeating his longtime rival Kazushi Sakuraba at K-1 Dynamite!! USA in 2007, he was fined $2,500 and ...
Ceva's Theorem - Proof of The Theorem
... First, the sign of the left-hand side is positive since either all three of the ratios are positive, the case where O is inside the triangle (upper diagram), or one is positive and the other two ...

Famous quotes containing the word positive:

    Property is the fruit of labor—property is desirable—is a positive good in the world.
    Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865)

    Nurturing competence, the food of self-esteem, comes from acknowledging and appreciating the positive contributions your children make. By catching our kids doing things right, we bring out the good that is already there.
    Stephanie Martson (20th century)

    As for the terms good and bad, they indicate no positive quality in things regarded in themselves, but are merely modes of thinking, or notions which we form from the comparison of things with one another. Thus one and the same thing can be at the same time good, bad, and indifferent. For instance music is good for him that is melancholy, bad for him who mourns; for him who is deaf, it is neither good nor bad.
    Baruch (Benedict)