International Journal of Wellbeing

The International Journal of Wellbeing was launched on 31st January 2011 in order to promote interdisciplinary research on wellbeing. The editorial team are dedicated to open access for academic research, and to making the journal's content permanently free for all readers and authors.



IJW Article of the Year Prize

The International Journal of Wellbeing (IJW) is proud to announce the ‘IJW Article of the Year Prize’.  The prize will be awarded each year for the best original research article published in the International Journal of Wellbeing.  Recipients will be chosen by a vote of the selection committee, which will consist of IJW editorial board members.  An announcement featuring the winner(s) of the IJW Article of the Year Prize will appear in a subsequent issue of the journal, along with a brief summary of the article’s results.  
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Vol 3, No 2 (2013)

Table of Contents


The Job Crafting Questionnaire: A new scale to measure the extent to which employees engage in job crafting. PDF
Gavin R. Slemp, Dianne A. Vella-Brodrick
An applied framework for Positive Education PDF
Jacolyn M. Norrish, Paige Williams, Meredith O'Connor, Justin Robinson
Valid and reliable assessment of wellness among adolescents: Do you know what you’re measuring? PDF
Jerome N. Rachele, Tracy L. Washington, Thomas F. Cuddihy, Faisal A. Barwais, Steven M. McPhail
Generic quality of life utility measures in health-care research: Conceptual issues highlighted for the most commonly used utility measures PDF
Suzanne Pietersma, M. Elske van den Akker-van Marle, Marieke de Vries
Religion, deprivation and subjective wellbeing: Testing a religious buffering hypothesis PDF
William James Hoverd, Chris G. Sibley
Trait emotional intelligence predicts happiness, but how? An empirical study in adolescents and young adults PDF
Maria Platsidou

Expert Insight

An Interview with Conal Smith PDF
Dan Weijers

Book Reviews

Review of The Oxford Handbook of Happiness PDF
Dan Weijers, Aaron Jarden, Erik Angner, George Burns, Erica Chadwick, Paul E. Jose, Mohsen Joshanloo, Margarita Tarragona, Neil Thin
Review of William Lauinger's Well-Being and Theism: Linking Ethics to God PDF
Amy Robertson Searfoss

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