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Correlational findings

Study Suldo et al. (2014): study US Florida 2008

Public:
10-12 aged, participants in wellness program, USA, followed 6 months, 2008
Survey name:
Unnamed study
Sample:
Respondents:
N = 55
Non Response:
Assessment:
Content analysis

Correlate

Authors's label
Wellness program
Our Classification
Operationalization
1. The intervention group was given a Wellnes-Promotion program during 10 weeks; the control group was not. The program consisted of 10 sessions of about 50 minutes during 10 weeks. Goals of sessions are:
1: introduction
2,3: explore positive emotions about the past
4,7: improve positive emotions within the present
8,10: create positive emotions about the future.

0 = controls, were on a waiting list for the programm

Observed Relation with Happiness

Happiness Measure Statistics Elaboration / Remarks A-BW-cm-mq-v-5-f DM = +/- p < .05               Happiness LEVEL     CHANGE    
              T1     T2     T3    T2-T1  T3-T1
Intervention  1.49   1,68   2,12  +0,19  +0,63
Control       1.41   1,63   2,27  +0,22  +0,86
- difference                      -0,03  -0,23
A-BW-cm-mq-v-5-f D%sr = +/- p < .05                                   CHANGE
                                 T2-T1  T3-T1
Intervention                     +2,4%  + 7,0%
Control                          +2,8%  +10,7%
- difference                     -0,4%  - 2,9%

Happiness assesed at
T1: baseline
T2: after intervention (10 weeks)
T3: follow up (after 6 months)

Affect balance computed by WDH team subtracting Negatice affect from positive affect

No significant difference BETWEEN groups.
Difference T3-T1 only significant for control group