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Effect of web-based positive psychology intervention on working adults

30 May 2020

Dr. Martin Seligman, one of the founding fathers of positive psychology, has argued that people can increase their well-being by first measuring and then intentionally trying to increase their own well-being. This research is a 7-day study to better understand the effect of web-based positive psychology intervention on working adults’ motivation and well-being.

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If you have any concerns related to your participation in this study, you can contact the Faculty of Science Human Research Ethics Committee via Liam McKervey at liam.mckervey@bristol.ac.uk or 0117 9287841. Ethics Approval Code: 270420104002

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