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Socio-demographic and subjective well-being predictors of social and emotional loneliness
This research examined the relationship between loneliness and psychosocial variables among people from Portugal across the adult life span. The study examined, besides socio-demographic predictors, subjective well-being ...
Half full or half empty: the measurement of mental health and mental illness in emerging Australian adults
Narrow approaches to the conceptualisation and measurement of ‘mental health’ are regularly but inconsistently adopted in research and practice. For example, an exclusive focus on the identification of mental illness or ...
The Grass is greener: how greenery impacts the perceptions of urban residential property
Can different types of greenery improve the perceived value, safety, prestige, coziness, and aesthetics of multistory residential buildings? To find the answer, two studies were carried out. In Study 1, participants filled ...
Measurement invariance of the satisfaction with life scale in Argentina, Mexico and Nicaragua
The Satisfaction with Life Scale (SWLS; Diener, Emmons, Larsen, & Griffin, 1985) is one of the most widely used scales for the measurement of well-being. Nevertheless, its measurement invariance and factor structure have ...
Predicting Recycling Behavior by Including Moral Norms into the Theory of Planned Behavior
The theory of planned behavior is a popular and well grounded model of predicting and explaining behavior; however, some researchers propose that in the case of sustainable behavior the model could benefit from the inclusion ...
Question Order Effects in Sustainable Behavior Norm Measurement: Gender Differences
Sustainable behavior is an important and increasingly popular field of research, but the question order effects that may occur in descriptive and injunctive sustainable behavior norm measurements remain largely unexplored. ...