Wellbeing: A Complete Reference Guide

Wellbeing: A Complete Reference Guide

Online ISBN: 9781118539415

DOI: 10.1002/9781118539415

About this Book

This work focuses on the ways wellbeing has been studied and can be applied across different aspects of the life course.

  • The first examination of all elements of wellbeing.
  • Content covers children and families; the workplace; the environment; aging and later life; economics; and policies of wellbeing
  • Brings together leaders of their respective fields, with original articles
  • Presents a synthesis of the latest research on this growing and interdisciplinary area of study


Wellbeing in Children and Families
Edited by Susan H. Landry and Cary L. Cooper

Wellbeing and the Environment
Edited by Elizabeth Burton, Rachel Cooper and Cary L. Cooper

Work and Wellbeing
Edited by Peter Y. Chen and Cary L. Cooper

Wellbeing in Later Life
Edited by Thomas B. L. Kirkwood and Cary L. Cooper

The Economics of Wellbeing
Edited by David McDaid and Cary L. Cooper

Interventions and Policies to Enhance Wellbeing
Edited by Felicia A. Huppert and Cary L. Cooper

Praise for Wellbeing

"The Guide’s major strengths are its breadth and depth with reviews of the literature, case studies, empirical findings, historical reflections, and future guidance. Scientists working on any subfield can now see how their work informs other fields and ideas for interdisciplinary projects."
(PsycCRITIQUES, March 2015)

"I would recommend this book for acquisition. Each volume has its own ISBN and there are volume indexes, rather than a master index, so specialist libraries could purchase individual volumes. The different volumes hang together well however, so I would recommend getting the set if possible. This set has arrived on the crest of a wave of academic and, to a lesser extent, public interest. Academic libraries catering for courses in psychology, health-related subjects, education, social policy or economics will all find useful material here." (Reference Reviews, 2014)

“This series could complement a variety of libraries, such as a home or personal library, office, or academic setting. Wellbeing is a global topic that influences each individual. This series is a valuable resource.” (American Reference Books Annual, 1 June 2014)