Psychosocial Exposures and Well-Being: Concurrent and Longitudinal Overlap Before and After Accounting for Gene-Environment Correlation


There has been a proliferation of studies on the correlates of hedonic well-being, and several psychosocial variables have been identified as risk and protective factors. However, individuals are not randomly exposed to... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Frank Mann (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
  2. Colin DeYoung (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)
  3. Robert Krueger (University of Minnesota, Twin Cities)

Topic Area

Positive Psychology/Wellbeing


SY-9A » Explaining Differences in Well-Being (13:15 - Saturday, 23rd June, Auditorium)

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