Wellbeing: A Complete Reference Guide

Wellbeing: A Complete Reference Guide

Online ISBN: 9781118539415

DOI: 10.1002/9781118539415

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  1. Introduction to Wellbeing: A Complete Reference Guide
  2. Volume 1 Wellbeing in Children and Families
    1. 1 Introduction
    2. Part 1 The Development of Early Social and Cognitive Skills Important for Child Wellbeing
      1. 2 Children's Self-Regulation and Executive Control
      2. 3 Children's Emotion Regulation in Classroom Settings
      3. 4 Early Math and Literacy Skills
      4. 5 Children's Intrinsic Motivation to Learn
    3. Part 2 Parenting and Children's Development
      1. 6 Parents' Role in Infants' Language Development and Emergent Literacy
      2. 7 Can Parents Be Supported to Use a Responsive Interaction Style with Young Children?
      3. 8 Parenting and Executive Function
      4. 9 The Nature of Effective Parenting
      5. 10 Parenting and Early Intervention
    4. Part 3 School and Child Care: Settings that Impact Child and Family Wellbeing
      1. 11 High-Risk Home and Child-Care Environments and Children's Social-Emotional Outcomes
      2. 12 Classroom Peer Relations as a Context for Social and Scholastic Development
      3. 13 The Importance of Quality Prekindergarten Programs for Promoting School Readiness Skills
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        14 Consistent Environmental Stimulation from Birth to Elementary School
    5. Part 4 Stress and Family and Child Wellbeing
      1. 15 Poverty, Public Policy, and Children's Wellbeing
      2. 16 Early Life Stress and Neurobehavioral Development
      3. 17 Neighborhood Effects and Young Children's Outcomes
      4. 18 The Family Check-Up
  3. Volume 2 Wellbeing and the Environment
    1. Wellbeing and the Environment: An Overview
    2. Part 1 Wellbeing and the Neighborhood
      1. 2 Urban Neighborhoods and Mental Health across the Life Course
      2. 3 The Impact of the Local Social and Physical Local Environment on Wellbeing
      3. 4 Density and Mental Wellbeing
      4. 5 Neighborhoods and Social Interaction
      5. Living in the City: Mixed Use and Quality of Life
      6. 7 “We Live Here Too”… What Makes a Child-Friendly Neighborhood?
      7. 8 A Step Too Far? Designing Dementia-Friendly Neighborhoods
      8. Walkable Neighborhoods: Principles, Measures, and Health Impacts
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        10 Quality of Urban Spaces and Wellbeing
    3. Part 2 Wellbeing and Buldings
      1. 11 Children and the Physical Environment
      2. 12 Wellbeing and the School Environment
      3. 13 The Built Housing Environment, Wellbeing, and Older People
      4. 14 Workplace and Wellbeing
      5. 15 Linking the Physical Design of Health-Care Environments to Wellbeing Indicators
    4. Part 3 Wellbeing and Green Spaces
      1. 16 Wellbeing and Green Spaces in Cities
      2. Environmental Interaction and Engagement: Supporting Wellbeing
    5. Part 4 Wellbeing and the Environment: Other Factors and the Future
      1. 18 Crime and the Urban Environment
      2. 19 Transport and Wellbeing
      3. 20 Air Quality and Wellbeing
      4. 21 Implications of Low-Carbon Design of Housing for Health and Wellbeing
      5. 22 Cobenefits of Insulating Houses
      6. 23 The Multiple Pathways between Environment and Health
      7. 24 Summary
  4. Volume 3 Work and Wellbeing
    1. Part 1 Introduction
      1. 1 Introduction
      2. 2 Conceptualizing and Measuring Wellbeing at Work
    2. Part 2 Resources, Coping, and Control
      1. 3 Job Demands–Resources Theory
      2. 4 Positive Psychology and Coping
      3. 5 The Role of Workplace Control in Positive Health and Wellbeing
    3. Part 3 Happy Workers and Happy Organizations
      1. 6 The Happy Worker
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        7 Organizational Characteristics of Happy Organizations
    4. Part 4 Character and Wellbeing
      1. 8 Character and Wellbeing
      2. 9 Stress, Health, and Wellbeing in Practice
    5. Part 5 Organizational Strategies to Promote Wellbeing
      1. 10 Cancer, Work, and the Quality of Working Life
      2. 11 Lead Well, Be Well
      3. 12 Organizational Coping Strategies and Wellbeing
      4. 13 Workplace Mistreatment
      5. 14 The Sustainable Workforce
      6. 15 Development of a Theoretically Grounded Model of Sexual Harassment Awareness Training Effectiveness
      7. 16 The Working Wounded
      8. 17 Job Stress in University Academics
    6. Part 6 From Research to National Policy
      1. 18 Longitudinal Research in Occupational Stress
      2. 19 Measuring Wellbeing in Modern Societies
  5. Volume 4 Wellbeing in Later Life
    1. 1 Introduction
    2. Part 1 Longevity and Wellbeing
      1. 2 The Changing Demographic Context of Aging
      2. 3 Biological Determinants and Malleability of Aging
      3. 4 Wellbeing as Experienced by the Very Old
    3. Part 2 Factors Influencing Wellbeing
      1. 5 Psychological Wellbeing in Later Life
      2. 6 Nutrition and Lifelong Wellbeing
      3. 7 Physical Activity, Exercise, and Aging
      4. 8 Capability and Independency in Later Life
      5. 9 Combating Isolation Through Technology in Older People
      6. 10 Wellbeing and Vitality in Later Life
      7. 11 Education and its Role in Wellbeing
    4. Part 3 Wellbeing at the End of Life
      1. 12 The Threat to Wellbeing from Cognitive Decline
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        13 When Vitality Meets Longevity
      3. 14 Maintaining Wellbeing Through the End of Life
    5. Part 4 Comparative Perspectives on Wellbeing
      1. 15 Cultures, Aging, and Wellbeing
      2. 16 Wellbeing in the Oldest Old and Centenarians in Japan
      3. 17 Wellbeing in Later Life in Eighteenth-Century England
    6. Part Appendix
      1. Appendix Foresight Mental Capital and Wellbeing Project
  6. Volume 5 The Economics of Wellbeing
    1. 1 Introduction
    2. Part 1 Perspectives on the Economics of Wellbeing
      1. 2 A Short History of Wellbeing Research
      2. 3 Income and Wellbeing
      3. 4 Does Money Buy Me Love?
      4. 5 The Impact of the Great Recession on Economic Wellbeing
      5. 6 Was the Economic Crisis of 2008 Good for Icelanders?
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        7 Mental Health
    3. Part 2 Promoting Wellbeing: The Economic Case for Action
      1. 8 Investing in the Wellbeing of Young People
      2. 9 Investing in Wellbeing in the Workplace
      3. 10 Promoting the Health and Wellbeing of Older People
      4. 11 Promoting and Protecting Mental Wellbeing during Times of Economic Change
      5. 12 Making Use of Evidence from Wellbeing Research in Policy and Practice
  7. Volume 6 Interventions and Policies to Enhance Wellbeing
    1. Introduction to this Volume
    2. 1 The State of Wellbeing Science
    3. Part 1 Individual and Group Interventions across the Life Course
      1. 2 Parenting Interventions to Promote Wellbeing and Prevent Mental Disorder
      2. 3 Promoting Mental Health and Wellbeing in Schools
      3. 4 An Exploration of the Effects of Mindfulness Training and Practice in Association with Enhanced Wellbeing for Children and Adolescents
      4. 5 MindMatters
      5. 6 A Systematic Review of Mental Health Promotion in the Workplace
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        7 Wellbeing Begins with “We”
      7. 8 The Experience Corps®
      8. 9 Enhancing Mental Health and Mental Wellbeing in Older People
    4. Part 2 Interventions to Create Positive Organizations and Communities
      1. 10 Wellbeing as a Business Priority
      2. 11 The Power of Philanthropy and Volunteering
      3. 12 Community Change
      4. 13 The Health and Wellbeing Effects of Active Labor Market Programs
    5. Part 3 The Policy Perspective
      1. 14 Creating Good Lives Through Computer Games
      2. 15 Retooling for Wellbeing
      3. 16 Policy and Wellbeing
      4. 17 Measuring what Matters
      5. 18 Mental Health and Wellbeing at the Top of the Global Agenda
      6. 19 How can Subjective Wellbeing be Improved?

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