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Bibliographic Subjects » PURSUIT of HAPPINESS » Observed effects on happiness of interventions at individual level » Lifestyle advise, life coaching

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PURSUIT of HAPPINESS Observed effects on happiness of interventions at individual level Lifestyle advise, life coaching
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Lifestyle advise, life coaching, way of life, daily life, habit, manner of living
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Walburg, J.A. Mentaal Vermogen Investeren in Geluk. (How to Invest Mental Ability in Happiness).
Nieuw Amsterdam Uitgevers, 2008, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Spence, G.B.; Grant, A.M. Professional and peer life Coaching and the Enhancement of Goal Striving and Well-being; an exploratory Study.
The Journal of Positive Psychology, 2007, Vol. 2, 185 - 194
Green, L.S.; Grant, A.M.; Oades, L.G. Cognitive-Behavioral, Solution-Focused Life Coaching: Enhancing Goal Striving, Well-Being, and Hope.
The Journal of Positive Psychology, 2006, Vol. 1, 142 - 149
Garcia-Martin, M.A.; Gómez, L. Efectos de Los Talleres de Ocio Sobre el Bienestar Subjetivo y la Soledad en las Personas Mayores. Psychosocial Effects of Leisure Workshops on the Subjective Well-Being and Loneliness in the Elderly.
Revista de Psicología Social, 2003, Vol.18, 35 - 47
Ojanen, M. Can We Raise the Level of Happiness?
Studies across Disciplines in the Humanities and Social Sciences ,2008, Vol.3, 41 - 58
Daly, M.; Delaney, J.A.; Doyle, D. Can Early Intervention Policies Improve Well-being? Evidence from a Randomized Controlled Trial.
University of Stirling Management School, Discussion Paper, 2014, 1 - 66
Veenhoven, R. Informed Pursuit of Happiness What we should Know, Do we Know and Can we get to Know
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2014, Vol. 4, 1035 - 1071
Grant, A.M. Making Positive Change: A Randomized Study comparing Solution-Focused vs Problem-Focused Coaching Questions.
Journal of Systemic Therapies, 2012, Vol. 31, 21 - 35
Aked, J.; Cordon, C.; Marks, N. A Report Presented to the Foresight Project on Communicating the Evidence Base for Improving People’s Well-Being.
The New Economics Foundation, 2011, 2 - 28
Searle, M.S. Enhancing a sense of Independence and Psychological Well-Being among the Elderly: A Field Experiment.
Journal of Leisure Research, 1995, Vol. 27, 107 - 125
Garcia-Villamisar, D.A.; Dattilo, J. Effects of a Leisure Programme on Quality of Life and Stress of Individuals with ASD.
Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 2010, Vol. 5, 611- 619
Tomyn, A.; Cummins, R.A.; Weinberg, M.K. Intervention Efficacy Among ‘At Risk’ Adolescents: A Test of Subjective Wellbeing Homeostasis Theory
Social Indicators Research, 2015, Vol. 120, 883 - 895
Gleibs, I.H.; Haslam, C.; Haslam, S.A. Water Clubs in Residential Care: Is it the Water or the Club that enhances Health and Well-being?
Psychology and Health, 2011, Vol. 26, 1361 - 1377
Frisch, M.B. Evidence-Based Well-Being/Positive Psychology Assessment and Intervention with Quality of Life Therapy and Coaching and the Quality of Life Inventory (QOLI).
Social Indicators Research, 2013, Vol. 114, 193 - 227
Bryant, F.B.; Veroff, J. Savoring. A New Model of Positive Experience.
Lawrence Erlbaum, 2007, USA