Published on July 12th, 2016 | by St Peter's College0
Articles on Wellbeing programs in Journal of Positive Psychology’s top most 6 read papers
With over 13,180 downloads in just under two years St Peter’s College – Adelaide and University of Melbourne Centre for Positive Psychology researchers, have two articles in the Top 6 most downloaded papers for the Journal of Positive Psychology.
Kern, M., Waters, L., Adler, A., & White, M. (2015). A multifaceted approach to measuring wellbeing in students: Application of the PERMA framework. Journal of Positive Psychology, 10, 262-271.
White, M., & Waters, L. (2014). The Good School: A case study of the use of Christopher Peterson’s work to adopt a strengths-based approach in the classroom, chapel and sporting fields. Journal of Positive Psychology, 10 (1), 69-76.
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