Popular Recent Papers
A year is about the time it takes for a paper’s importance to start to become apparent. Below are the five most read papers we’ve published in Psychology of Well-Being in 2013, the most popular of which has been downloaded nearly 1,400 times.
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- “I just NEED to move…”: examining women’s passion for physical activity and its relationship with daily affect and vitality, by Eva Guérin, Michelle S. Fortier and Tamara Williams
- Quality of life, emotion regulation, and heart rate variability in individuals with intellectual disabilities and concomitant impaired vision), by Adrian Meule, Katharina Fath, Ruben GL Real, Stefan Sütterlin, Claus Vögele, and Andrea Kübler
- The coaching ripple effect: The effects of developmental coaching on wellbeing across organisational networks, by Sean O’Connor and Michael Cavanagh
- Two simple, brief, naturalistic activities and their impact on positive affect: feeling grateful and eating ice cream, by Peter Alex Linley, Helen Dovey, Eveline de Bruin, Catherine Transler, Joy Wilkinson, John Maltby, and Robert Hurlin
- Further validation of the questionnaire for eudaimonic well-being (QEWB), by Lusilda Schutte, Marié P Wissing, and Itumeleng P Khumalo