Studies among selected public: Users of positive psychological interventions

Number of studies38
Additional keywordshappiness seekers, self-help users

ReferenceTitle of publicationPublic
Al-Hussaini et al. (2001): study OM 2001
 
Vipassana Meditation: A Naturalistic, Preliminary Observation in Muscat.
 
Meditation trainees and controls, Oman, 2001
 
Bakalim & Karckay (2017): study US 2015
 
Effect of Group Counseling on Happiness, Life Satisfaction and Positive-Negative Affect: A Mixed Method Study.
 
Students, before and after a 6 week counseling course,, USA, 2015 - 2016
 
Bakker et al. (2015a): study NL 2011
 
Happiness Raised by Raising Awareness: Effect of Happiness Using the Happiness Indicator.
 
Returning users of a happiness self-help website, Netherlands, 2011-2015
 
Brown et al. (2009a): study US 2006
 
When what One has is Enough: Mindfulness, Financial Desire Discrepancy, and Subjective Well-Being.
 
Participants in a mindfulness meditation course, USA, 200?
 
Della Porta (2013): study ZZ 2007
 
Enhancing the Effects of Happiness-Boosting Activities: The Role of Autonomy Support in an Experimental Longitudinal Intervention.
 
Student participants in a kindness training, South Korea and USA 200?
 
Emmons & McCullough (2003): study US 1998 /1
 
Counting Blessings versus Burdens: an Experimental Investigation of Gratitude and Subjective Well-Being in Daily Life.
 
Students in a wellbeing course, USA, 1998
 
Emmons & McCullough (2003): study US 2003
 
Counting Blessings versus Burdens: an Experimental Investigation of Gratitude and Subjective Well-Being in Daily Life.
 
Medical patients in Gratitude exercise, USA 2003.
 
Fernros et al. (2008): study SE 2000
 
Improving Quality of Life using Compound Mind-Body Therapies: Evaluation of a Course Intervention with Body Movement and Breath Therapy, Guided Imagery, Chakra Experiencing and Mindfulness Meditation.
 
Poor health participants in a course of mind-body therapies, Sweden, 2000-2001
 
Fordyce (1977): study US 1972
 
Development of a Program to Increase Personal Happiness.
 
Student participants in a happiness training, USA 197?
 
Fordyce (1983): study US 1980
 
A Program to Increase Happiness: Further Studies.
 
Student participants in a happiness training, USA 198?
 
Fordyce (1983): study US 1980 /1
 
A Program to Increase Happiness: Further Studies.
 
Student participants in a happiness training, USA 198?
 
Fordyce (1983): study US 1980 /2
 
A Program to Increase Happiness: Further Studies.
 
Student participants in a happiness training, USA 198?
 
Fordyce (1983): study US 1980 /3
 
A Program to Increase Happiness: Further Studies.
 
Student, participants in a happiness training 9-18 months ago, USA 198?
 
Haeck et al. (2016): study ZZ 2012
 
Impact of Psychoeducational Content Delivered Online to a Positive Psychology Aware Community
 
Users of a 6 week online psychoeducation course, 35 nations, 201?
 
Kehr (2003): study DE 2000
 
Goal Conflicts, Attainment of New Goals, and Well-Being Among Managers.
 
Managers participating in a personality development course, Germany, 2000
 
Killen & MacasKill (2015): study GB GB North East 2014
 
Using a Gratitude Intervention to Enhance Well-Being in Older Adults.
 
Elderly participants in a gratitude training,UK 2014
 
Krejtz et al. (2016): study PL 2016
 
Counting One's Blessings can reduce the Impact of Daily Stress.
 
Participants in a gratitude training and controls, Poland, 2016
 
Layous et al. (2018): study US 2014
 
Reframing the Ordinary: Imaging Time as Scarce Increases in Wellbeing
 
Students participating in happiness training, USA, 2014
 
Ludwigs (2014): study DE 2014
 
Does the Awareness of Individual Happiness have an Effect on Individual Happiness? ( Hat das Nachdenken über das individuelle Glücksempfinden einen Einfluss auf das individuelle Glücksempfinden?)
 
Users of a happiness app and controls, followed 9 weeks. Germany 2014
 
Lyubomirsky et al. (2006): study US 2006
 
The Costs and Benefits of Writing, Talking, and Thinking about Life's Triumphs and Defeats.
 
Student participants in a life review exercise and controls, California, USA, 2006
 
MacLeod et al. (2008): study GB London 2008
 
Increasing Well-being through Teaching Goal-Setting and Planning Skills: Results of a Brief Intervention.
 
Participants in a goal training and controls, London, United Kingdom, 2008
 
Mehta & Ee (2008): study SG 2004
 
Effects of Good Life Program on Singaporean Older Adults’ Psychological Well-Being.
 
60+ aged, participants in a good life training, Singapore, 2004-2005
 
Mitchell et al. (2009): study AU 2009
 
A Randomised Controlled Trial of a Self-Guided Internet Intervention Promoting Well-Being.
 
Participants in a strength training and controls, Australia, 2009
 
Nelson et al. (2014): study KR 2009
 
Beyond Self-Protection: Self-Affirmation Benefits Hedonic and Eudaimonic Well-Being.
 
Student participants in a self-affirmation training and controls, South Korea, 200?
 
Nelson et al. (2014): study US 2009
 
Beyond Self-Protection: Self-Affirmation Benefits Hedonic and Eudaimonic Well-Being.
 
Students participanting in a well-being training and controls, USA 200?
 
Page & Vella-Brodrick (2013): study AU New South Wales 2009
 
The Working for Wellness Program: RCT of an Employee Well-Being Intervention.
 
Employee well-being trainees and controls, Melbourne, Australia, 200?
 
Parks (2009): study US Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 2004
 
Positive Psychotherapy: Building a Model of empirically supported Self-Help.
 
Participants in a happiness training and controls, followed 1 year, Philadelphia, USA, 2004
 
Parks (2009): study US Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 2004 /1
 
Positive Psychotherapy: Building a Model of empirically supported Self-Help.
 
Participants in a happiness training, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, 2004
 
Parks (2009): study US Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 2007
 
Positive Psychotherapy: Building a Model of empirically supported Self-Help.
 
Student participants in a happiness training, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, 2008
 
Parks et al. (2012): study US 2006
 
Pursuing Happiness in Everyday Life: The Characteristics and Behaviors of Online Happiness Seekers.
 
Users self-help website, USA, 2006-07
 
Parks et al. (2012): study ZZ Developed nations 2007
 
Pursuing Happiness in Everyday Life: The Characteristics and Behaviors of Online Happiness Seekers.
 
Users of on-line self-help program, USA, 200?
 
Proctor et al. (2011a): study GB 2009
 
Strengths Gym: The Impact of a Character Strengths-based Intervention on the Life Satisfaction and Well-being of Adolescents.
 
Adolescents, participants in a strengt training and controls, UK, 2009
 
Rao et al. (2011): study IN 2009
 
Subjective Well-Being: The Tangible and the Intangible. Lessons from a Women's Mental Health Project in India.
 
20-65 aged women participants mental health intervention, India, 2009
 
Rash et al. (2011): study CA 2011
 
Gratitude and Well-Being: Who Benefits the Most from a Gratitude Intervention?
 
Participants in a 4-week psychological training, Canada, 2011
 
Sheldon & Lyubomirsky (2009): study US 2004
 
Change Your Actions, Not Your Circumstances: An Experimental Test of the Sustainable Happiness Model.
 
Participants in a happiness training, USA 200?
 
Sheldon et al. (2002): study US 2000
 
Personal Goals and Psychological Growth: Testing an Intervention to Enhance Goal Lattainment and Personality Integration.
 
Psychology students participating in a growth training, USA, 200?
 
Weinberg et al. (2014): study AU 2012
 
The Impact of Laughter Yoga on Subjective Well-Being: A Pilot Study.
 
Participants in a laughter Yoga Class and a control group , Australia 200?
 
~Moodscope (2010): study US 2010
 
Moodscope: Mood Management through Self-Tracking and Peer Support
 
Users of a mood-tracking website,followed 3 months or more, USA, 2010