I’m interested in conceptualizing and measuring well-being; focusing on harmony in life, satisfaction with life, happiness and meaning in life. This interest also involves examining how we can pursue sustainable well-being: How pursuing different kinds of well-being might bring about different social and environmental consequences. The picture below shows how individuals describe their pursuit of harmony and satisfaction differently.
- Computational Language Measures
- Semantic measures: Using natural language processing to measure, differentiate, and describe psychological constructs
- The Harmony in Life Scale Complements the Satisfaction with Life Scale: Expanding the Conceptualization of the Cognitive Component of Subjective Well-Being
- Open Science Framework
- The affective profiles, psychological well-being, and harmony: environmental mastery and self-acceptance predict the sense of a harmonious life