Overview of publications on Happiness
and
Subject Positive thinking training

Additional keywords: hope, optimism

See also the Bibliography subjects:
 Optimism/Positivity, with 67 publications.
 Hope, with 55 publications.
 Sociability training, with 2 publications.

See also studies with correlational findings on:
  Happiness and H19 HOPE
  Happiness and P05ce Optimistic
  Happiness and P05ck Resigned

ReferenceBryant et al. (2005)
Author(s)Bryant, F.B.; King, S.P.; Smart, C.M.
TitleUsing the Past to Enhance the Present: Boosting Happiness Through Positive Reminiscence.
SourceJournal of Happiness Studies, 2005, Vol. 6, 227 - 260
Year2005
DOI linkDOI:10.1007/s10902-005-3889-4
ISSN1389 4878
ISSN_online1573 7780
Eligiblefor Findings archive: Yes and entered:
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ReferenceBurton & King (2004)
Author(s)Burton, C.M.; King, L.A.
TitleThe Health Benefits of Writing about Intensely Positive Experiences.
SourceJournal of Research in Personality, 2004, Vol. 38, 150 - 163
Year2004
WWW linkhttp://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0092656603000588
DOI linkdoi:10.1016/S0092-6566(03)00058-8
Eligiblefor Findings archive: Not, no acceptable measure of happiness used.

ReferenceCarter et al. (2016)
Author(s)Carter, P.J.; Hore, B.; McGarrigle, L.
TitleHappy thoughts: Enhancing Well-Being in the Classroom with a positive events Diary.
SourceThe Journal of Positive Psychology, 2016, on line version
Year2016
WWW linkhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17439760.2016.1245770
DOI linkdoi: 10.1080/17439760.2016.1245770
ISSN1743 9760
ISSN_online1743 9779
Eligiblefor Findings archive: Yes and entered:
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ReferenceChancellor et al. (2015)
Author(s)Chancellor, J.; Layous, K.; Lyubomirsky, S.
TitleRecalling Positive Events at Work Makes Employees Feel Happier, Move More, but Interact Less: A 6-Week Randomized Controlled Intervention at a Japanese Workplace
SourceJournal of Happiness Studies, 2015, Vol. 16, 871 - 887
Year2015
DOI linkDOI:10.1007/s10902-014-9538-z
ISSN1389 4978
ISSN_online1573 7780
Eligiblefor Findings archive: Not, no acceptable measure of happiness used.

ReferenceChang et al. (2012)
Author(s)Chang, J.; Huang, C.; Lin, Y.
TitleThe Psychological Displacement Paradigm in Diary-Writing (PDPD) and its Psychological Benefits.
SourceJournal Happiness Studies, 2013, Vol. 14, 155 - 167
Year2012
DOI linkDOI: 10.1007/s10902-012-9321-y
Eligiblefor Findings archive: Not, no acceptable measure of happiness used.

ReferenceDickerhoof (2007)
Author(s)Dickerhoof, R.
TitleExpressing Optimism and Gratitude: A Longitudinal Investigation of Cognitive Strategies to Increase Well-Being.
SourceA Dissertation submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Riverside, 2007, 1 - 25, California, USA
Year2007
WWW linkhttp://gradworks.umi.com/32/70/3270426.html
Eligiblefor Findings archive: Not, no acceptable measure of happiness used.

ReferenceLambert et al. (2019)
Author(s)Lambert, L.T.; Joshanloo, M.; Passmore, H.A.
TitleA Positive Psychology Intervention Program in a Culturally-Diverse University: Boosting Happiness and Reducing Fear
SourceJournal of Happiness Studies, 2019, Vol. 20, 1141 - 1162
Year2019
DOI linkDOI: 10.1007/s10902-018-9993-z
Eligiblefor Findings archive: Yes and entered:
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ReferenceLayous et al. (2013)
Author(s)Layous, K.; Choi, I.; Lee, H.
TitleCulture Matters When Designing a Successful Happiness-Increasing Activity: A Comparison of the United States and South Korea.
SourceJournal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 2013, Vol. 20, 1 - 10
Year2013
WWW linkhttp://jcc.sagepub.com/content/early/2013/05/08/0022022113487591.abstract
DOI linkDOI: 10.1177/0022022113487591
Eligiblefor Findings archive: Not, no acceptable measure of happiness used.

ReferenceLichter et al. (1980)
Author(s)Lichter, S.; Haye, K.; Kammann, R.
TitleIncreasing Happiness through Cognitive Retraining.
SourceNew Zealand Psychologist, 1980, Vol. 9, 57 - 64
Year1980
WWW linkhttp://www.psychology.org.nz/wp-content/uploads/PSYCH-Vol92-1980-2-Lichter.pdf
Eligiblefor Findings archive: Yes and entered:
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ReferenceLyubomirsky et al. (2011)
Author(s)Lyubomirsky, S.; Boehm, J.K.; Dickerhoof, R.
TitleBecoming Happier Takes both a Will and a Proper Way: An Experimental Longitudinal Intervention to boost Well-Being.
SourceEmotion, 2011, Vol. 11, 391 - 402
Year2011
DOI linkDOI:10.1037/a0022575
ISSN1528 3542
Eligiblefor Findings archive: Not, no acceptable measure of happiness used.

ReferenceRanney et al. (2017)
Author(s)Ranney, R.M.; Ayduk, O.; Bruehlman-Seneca, E.
TitleComparing the Effects of Three Online Cognitive Reappraisal Trainings on Well-Being.
SourceJournal of Happiness Studies, 2017, Vol. 18, 1329 - 1338
Year2017
WWW linkhttps://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10902-016-9779-0
DOI linkdoi:10.1007/s10902-016-9779-0
Eligiblefor Findings archive: Not, no acceptable measure of happiness used.

ReferenceTimoney & Holder (2013)
Author(s)Timoney, L.R.; Holder, M.D.
TitleHappiness Interventions and the Efficacy of Affective Priming
SourceF. Sarracina (Ed.), "The Happiness Compass", 2013, Nova Science Publishers, New York, United States of America, 203-222
Year2013
ISBN978-1 -62808-817-5
Eligiblefor Findings archive: Not, no acceptable measure of happiness used.

ReferenceWeis & Speridakos (2011)
Author(s)Weis, R.; Speridakos, E.C.
TitleA Meta-Analysis of Hope Enhancement Strategies in Clinical and Community Settings.
SourcePsychology of Well-Being: Theory, Research and Practice, 2011, Vol. 1, ?? -??
Year2011
WWW linkhttp://www.psywb.com/content/1/1/5
DOI linkDOI:10,1186/2211-1522-1-5
ISSN2211 1522
Eligiblefor Findings archive: Not, no acceptable measure of happiness used.

ReferenceWing et al. (2006)
Author(s)Wing, J.F.; Byrne, B.; Schutte, N.S.
TitleThe Effect of Positive Writing on Emotional Intelligence and Life Satisfaction.
SourceJournal of Clinical Psychology, 2006, Vol. 62, 1291 - 1302
Year2006
DOI linkdoi:10,1002/jclp,20292
ISSN1097 9762
ISSN_online1097 4679
Eligiblefor Findings archive: Not, no acceptable measure of happiness used.

End of overview of publications on Happiness
and
Subject
Positive thinking training

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