SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

Cited in:

CrossRef

This article has been cited by:

  1. 1
    René T. Proyer, Sara Wellenzohn, Willibald Ruch, Character and Dealing With Laughter: The Relation of Self- and Peer-Reported Strengths of Character With Gelotophobia, Gelotophilia, and Katagelasticism, The Journal of Psychology, 2014, 148, 1, 113

    CrossRef

  2. 2
    Anne Berthold, Willibald Ruch, Satisfaction with life and character strengths of non-religious and religious people: it’s practicing one’s religion that makes the difference, Frontiers in Psychology, 2014, 5,

    CrossRef

  3. 3
    Claudia Buschor, René T. Proyer, Willibald Ruch, Self- and peer-rated character strengths: How do they relate to satisfaction with life and orientations to happiness?, The Journal of Positive Psychology, 2013, 8, 2, 116

    CrossRef

  4. 4
    Fabian Gander, René T. Proyer, Willibald Ruch, Tobias Wyss, Strength-Based Positive Interventions: Further Evidence for Their Potential in Enhancing Well-Being and Alleviating Depression, Journal of Happiness Studies, 2013, 14, 4, 1241

    CrossRef

  5. 5
    René T. Proyer, Willibald Ruch, Claudia Buschor, Testing Strengths-Based Interventions: A Preliminary Study on the Effectiveness of a Program Targeting Curiosity, Gratitude, Hope, Humor, and Zest for Enhancing Life Satisfaction, Journal of Happiness Studies, 2013, 14, 1, 275

    CrossRef

  6. 6
    René T. Proyer, Fabian Gander, Sara Wellenzohn, Willibald Ruch, What good are character strengths beyond subjective well-being? The contribution of the good character on self-reported health-oriented behavior, physical fitness, and the subjective health status, The Journal of Positive Psychology, 2013, 8, 3, 222

    CrossRef

  7. 7
    Angelika Güsewell, Willibald Ruch, Are only Emotional Strengths Emotional? Character Strengths and Disposition to Positive Emotions, Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being, 2012, 4, 2