Dianne Vella-Brodrick
Dianne Vella-Brodrick
Centre for Wellbeing Science, Melbourne Graduate School of Education, University of Melbourne
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Adolescent resilience: A concept analysis
CA Olsson, L Bond, JM Burns, DA Vella-Brodrick, SM Sawyer
Journal of adolescence 26 (1), 1-11, 2003
The eudaimonic and hedonic components of happiness: Qualitative and quantitative findings
A Delle Fave, I Brdar, T Freire, D Vella-Brodrick, MP Wissing
Social indicators research 100, 185-207, 2011
The ‘what’,‘why’and ‘how’of employee well-being: A new model
KM Page, DA Vella-Brodrick
Social indicators research 90, 441-458, 2009
What schools need to know about fostering school belonging: A meta-analysis
K Allen, ML Kern, D Vella-Brodrick, J Hattie, L Waters
Educational Psychology Review 30, 1-34, 2018
Social support and emotional intelligence as predictors of subjective well-being
EN Gallagher, DA Vella-Brodrick
Personality and individual differences 44 (7), 1551-1561, 2008
The Job Crafting Questionnaire: A new scale to measure the extent to which employees engage in job crafting.
GR Slemp, DA Vella-Brodrick
International Journal of wellbeing 3 (2), 2013
Investigating links between transport disadvantage, social exclusion and well-being in Melbourne–Updated results
G Currie, T Richardson, P Smyth, D Vella-Brodrick, J Hine, K Lucas, ...
Research in transportation economics 29 (1), 287-295, 2010
Character strengths interventions: Building on what we know for improved outcomes
D Quinlan, N Swain, DA Vella-Brodrick
Journal of Happiness Studies 13, 1145-1163, 2012
Optimising employee mental health: The relationship between intrinsic need satisfaction, job crafting, and employee well-being
GR Slemp, DA Vella-Brodrick
Journal of Happiness Studies 15, 957-977, 2014
A randomised controlled trial of a self-guided internet intervention promoting well-being
J Mitchell, R Stanimirovic, B Klein, D Vella-Brodrick
Computers in Human Behavior 25 (3), 749-760, 2009
Three ways to be happy: Pleasure, engagement, and meaning—Findings from Australian and US samples
DA Vella-Brodrick, N Park, C Peterson
Social Indicators Research 90, 165-179, 2009
Mobility, social exclusion and well-being: Exploring the links
JK Stanley, DA Hensher, JR Stanley, D Vella-Brodrick
Transportation research part A: policy and practice 45 (8), 789-801, 2011
Workplace well-being: The role of job crafting and autonomy support
GR Slemp, ML Kern, DA Vella-Brodrick
Psychology of Well-being 5 (1), 1-17, 2015
Positive psychology and the internet: A mental health opportunity
J Mitchell, D Vella-Brodrick, B Klein
Electronic Journal of Applied Psychology 6 (2), 30-41, 2010
The usefulness of social exclusion to inform social policy in transport
J Stanley, D Vella-Brodrick
Transport Policy 16 (3), 90-96, 2009
Positive psychology and adolescents: Where are we now? Where to from here?
JM Norrish, DA Vella-Brodrick
Australian Psychologist 44 (4), 270-278, 2009
How ‘other people matter’in a classroom-based strengths intervention: Exploring interpersonal strategies and classroom outcomes
DM Quinlan, N Swain, C Cameron, DA Vella-Brodrick
The Journal of Positive Psychology 10 (1), 77-89, 2015
Is the study of happiness a worthy scientific pursuit?
JM Norrish, DA Vella-Brodrick
Social Indicators Research 87, 393-407, 2008
Social exclusion and the value of mobility
J Stanley, DA Hensher, J Stanley, G Currie, WH Greene, D Vella-Brodrick
Journal of Transport Economics and Policy (JTEP) 45 (2), 197-222, 2011
Sources and motives for personal meaning in adulthood
AD Fave, I Brdar, MP Wissing, DA Vella-Brodrick
The Journal of Positive Psychology 8 (6), 517-529, 2013
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