Bibliographic subjects

Bibliographic subject: Trainings using multiple methods

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PURSUIT of HAPPINESS Observed effects on happiness of interventions at individual level Happiness trainings Trainings using multiple methods
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Trainings using multiple methods,

List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Frisch, M.B.; Clark, M.P.; Greenstone, A.; Kopplin, D.; Paweleck, J.; Rouse, S.V.; Rudd, M.D. Predictive and Treatment Validity of the Quality of Life Inventory or QOLI in Managed Care, Substance Abuse, Community Mental Health, and Counseling Center Samples: A Seven Year Study of 3.928 patients.
Assessment, 2005, Vol. 12, 66 - 78
Goldwurm, G.F.; Baruffi, M.; Colombo, F. Subjective Well-Being Training to Increase Happiness.
DelleFave, A.; Ed.: "Dimensions of Well-Being", Franco Angeli, 2006, Milano, Italy, 441 - 454
Bormans, L.; Dezutter, J.; Leijssen, M.; Luyten, P. Veel Geluk. Hoe Kunnen we ons Geluk en dat van Anderen Versterken? (A Lot of Happiness. How Can we Strengthen our Happiness and the Happiness of Others)
Lannoo, 2014 , Belgium
Feicht, T.; Esch, T.; Wittmann, M. Evaluation of a Seven-Week Web-Based Happiness Training to Improve Psychological Well-Being, Reduce Stress, and Enhance Mindfulness and Flourishing: A Randomized Controlled Occupational Health Study.
Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2013, No. 676953, 1 - 14
Seligman, M.E.P.; Park, N.; Steen, T.A. Positive Psychology Progress, Empirical Validation of Interventions.
American Pscyhologist, 2005, Vol. 60. 410 - 421
Parks, A.C.; Della Porta, M.D.; Pierce, R.S. Pursuing Happiness in Everyday Life: The Characteristics and Behaviors of Online Happiness Seekers.
Emotion, Advance online publication, 2012, 1 - 15
Schmitz, B. Art - of - Living: A Concept to Enhance Happiness.
Springer International Publishing Switzerland
Gander, F.; Proyer, R.T.; Ruch, W. Positive Psychology interventions Addressing Pleasure, Engagement, Meaning, Positive Relationships,and Accomplishment Increase Well-Being and Ameliorate Depressive Symptoms: A Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Online Study.
Frontiers in Psychology, 2016, Vol. 7, 1 - 13
Proyer, R.T.; Gander, F.; Ruch, W. Toward a Better Understanding of What Makes Positive Psychology Interventions Work: Predicting Happiness and Depression From the Person × Intervention Fit in a Follow-Up after 3.5 Years.
Applied Psychology; Health and Well-Being, 2015, Vol. 7, 108 - 128
Schmitz, B. Interventions to Enhance Art-of-Living.
Book: Art-of-Living, A Concept to Enhance Happiness, 2015, 172 - 282
Warner, R.M.; Vroman, K. G. Happiness Inducing Behaviors in Everyday Life: An Empirical Assessment of "The How of Happiness"
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2011, Vol. 12, 1063 - 1082
Toghyani, M.; Amiri, S.; Kalantari, M. The Effectiveness of Quality of Life Therapy on Subjective Well-Being of Male Adolescents.
Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2011, Vol. 30, 1752 - 1757
Woodworth, R.J.; O'Brien-Malone, A.; Schüz, B. Happy Days: Positive Psychology Interventions Effects on Affect in an N-of-1 trial.
International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology. 2016, Vol. 16, 21 - 29
Proyer, R.T.; Gander, F.; Ruch, W. Addressing the Role of Personality, Ability, and Positive and Negative Affect in Positive Psychology Interventions: Findings from a Randomized Intervention Based on the Authentic Happiness Theory and Extensions
The Journal of Positive Psychology, 2016, Vol. 11, 609 - 621
Abedi, M.R.; Vostanis, P. Evaluation of Quality of Life Therapy for Parents of Children with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders in Iran
Eur Child Adolesc Psychiatry, 2010, Vol. 19, 605-613