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Literaturliste von lic. Phil. Sara Wellenzohn

letzte Aktualisierung: 22.01.2019

Wellenzohn, S., Proyer, R. T. & Ruch, W. (2018). Who benefits from humor-based positive psychology interventions? The moderating effects of personality traits and sense of humor. Frontiers in Psychology, 9, No. 821.

Proyer, R. T., Gander, F., Wellenzohn, S. & Ruch, W. (2016). Addressing the role of personality, ability, and positive and negative affect in positive psychology interventions: Findings from a randomized intervention based on the authentic happiness theory and extensions. Journal of Positive Psychology, 11(6), 609-621.

Proyer, R. T., Gander, F., Wellenzohn, S. & Ruch, W. (2016). Nine beautiful things: A self-administered online positive psychology intervention on the beauty in nature, arts, and behaviors increases happiness and ameliorates depressive symptoms. Personality and Individual Differences, 94, 189-193.

Wellenzohn, S., Proyer, R. T. & Ruch, W. (2016). How do positive psychology interventions work? A short-term placebo-controlled humor-based study on the role of the time focus. Personality and Individual Differences, 96, 1-6.

Wellenzohn, S., Proyer, R. T. & Ruch, W. (2016). Humor-based online positive psychology interventions: A randomized placebo-controlled long-term trial. Journal of Positive Psychology, 11(6), 584-594.

Proyer, R. T., Gander, F., Wellenzohn, S. & Ruch, W. (2015). Strengths-based positive psychology interventions: A randomized placebo-controlled online trial on long-term effects for a signature strengths- vs. a lesser strengths-intervention. Frontiers in Psychology (Online Journal), 6, No. 456.

Proyer, R. T., Wellenzohn, S., Gander, F. & Ruch, W. (2015). Toward a better understanding of what makes positive psychology interventions work: Predicting happiness and depression from the person X intervention fit in a follow-up after 3.5 years. Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being, 7(1), 108-128.

Proyer, R. T., Gander, F., Wellenzohn, S. & Ruch, W. (2014). The European Football Championship as a positive festivity: Changes in strengths of character before, during, and after the EURO 2008 in Switzerland. In H. Águeda Marujo & L. M. Neto (Eds.), Positive nations and communities (Vol. 6; Cross-cultural advancements in positive psychology) (pp. 119-134). Dordrecht, NL: Springer.

Proyer, R. T., Gander, F., Wellenzohn, S. & Ruch, W. (2014). Positive psychology interventions in people aged 50-79 years: long-term effects of placebo-controlled online interventions on well-being and depression. Aging & Mental Health, 18(8), 997-1005.

Proyer, R. T., Wellenzohn, S. & Ruch, W. (2014). Character and dealing with laughter: The relation of self- and peer-reported strengths of character with gelotophobia, gelotophilia, and katagelasticism. Journal of Psychology, 148(1), 113-132.

Proyer, R. T., Gander, F., Wellenzohn, S. & Ruch, W. (2013). What good are character strengths beyond subjective well-being? The contribution of the good character on self-reported health-oriented behavior, physical fitness, and the subjective health status. Journal of Positive Psychology, 8(3), 222-232.



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