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Research data: WELL-BEING
2019 Understanding well-being in the Ghanaian context: linkages between lay conceptions of well-being and measures of Hedonic and Eudaimonic well-being
The aim of this study was to explore the measurement and conceptualisation of wellbeing within the Ghanaian socio-cultural setting. In addit...
2019 Well-being orientations and time perspective across cultural tightness-looseness latent classes in Africa
Cultural norm conformity shapes the structure of societies and accounts for group differences in the psychological functioning of individual...