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Journal of Well-Being Assessment

Journal of Well-Being Assessment

Editor-in-Chief: Ingrid Brdar

ISSN: 2509-4629 (print version)
ISSN: 2509-4637 (electronic version)

Journal no. 41543

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A source of new insights and advances on well-being assessment, including research across domains and cultures

  • Advances well-being assessment theory, research and practice across domains and cultures
  • Reports on the development of new measures, the adaptation of existing ones and more
  • An essential tool for researchers and professionals in a variety of disciplines

This journal advances well-being assessment theory, research and practice across domains and cultures, bringing together different assessment fields and theories around the topic of well-being, and offering new insights and advances on well-being assessment.

Related subjects » Political Science - Psychology - Wellbeing & Quality-of-Life

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    This journal is devoted to advancing well-being assessment theory, research and practice across domains and cultures. It brings together different assessment fields and theories around the common topic of well-being, thus offering new insights and advancements on well-being assessment to researchers and practitioners. It publishes articles reporting the development of new measures or adaptation of existing ones as well as assessment literature reviews. Next to factor structure measures, contributions focused on the cross-cultural adaptation of existing instruments include additional evidence concerning measure validity and application potential. Following the worldwide expansion of well-being research this journal presents new well-being measures grounded into local traditions or suited for international comparisons. This journal represents an essential tool for researchers and professionals in a variety of disciplines involved in well-being assessment, evaluation, testing, and application, such as psychology, sociology, education, health studies, social work, economics and related social and behavioral sciences.

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