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July 15, 2015

Quality of Life Research, Vol. 24, Issue 8

Quality of Life Research, Volume 24 Number 8 is now available online [ToC].

Social Indicators Research, Vol. 123, Issue 1

Social Indicators Research, Volume 123 Number 1 is now available online [ToC]

Latest Article Alert from Psychology of Well-Being: Theory, Research and Practice

Components of Appreciative Functioning: A Thematic Analysis of Relevant Literature and Content Analysis of Existing Measurement Scales [OPEN ACCESS]

Rusk RD, Vella-Brodrick DA, Waters L

Psychology of Well-Being 2015, 5 :1 (4 July 2015)

Abstract | Full Text | PDF

Journal of Happiness Studies, Vol. 16, Issue 4

Journal of Happiness Studies, Volume 16 Number 4 is now available online [ToC].

June 26, 2015

Recent articles published in Psychology of Well-Being

Editorial for “Music and Well-Being” special issue of PWB
Nikki S Rickard

Beyond positive and negative trait affect: Flourishing through music engagement
TanChyuan Chin, Nikki S Rickard

An exploratory study of the impact of group singing activities on lucidity, energy, focus, mood and relaxation for
persons with dementia and their caregivers
Jane W Davidson, Renita A Almeida

Social Indicators Research, Vol. 122, Issue 3

Social Indicators Research, Volume 122 Number 3 is now available online (ToC).

Social Indicators Research Series, Vol. 58

Social Indicators Research Series, Volume 58: Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in Retrospect

by Nathan Andrews, Nene Ernest Khalema, N’Dri T. Assié-Lumumba is now available online.

June 10, 2015

Quality of Life Research, Vol. 24, Issue 6

Quality of Life Research, Volume 24 Number 6 is now available online (ToC).

Community Indicators: Impact Summit 2015

The 2015 Impact Summit is the premier gathering for those involved in the field of community measurement.

We invite community-based practitioners, academic experts, engaged community residents, public officials, students, civic leaders, planners, media professionals and other stakeholders to learn from one another and participate in this active global learning experience.

The Summit will highlight successes, tools and impact on how to use data to build equitable communities, with a variety of presentations and workshops ranging from  basic tools and start-up practices in the indicators trade to advanced and leading-edge practices and processes and responses to challenging questions cross-cutting the field as a whole. Presentations are grouped to highlight specific subjects, such as Community Development and Housing, Education, Health, Sustainability, as well as the more general Cross-cutting category.

Measure:  Tools, practices, and technologies to collect meaningful data
Connect:  Weaving stories out of data: how to successfully engage the public and decision-makers, using tools such as storytelling, data visualization, social media, mapping, etc.
Impact: Practices and case studies that have led to demonstrable improvements in community conditions
Reflect:  Building internal organizational resilience and financial sustainability to be externally impactful

Registration is now open for the 2015 CIC Impact Summit ,November 9 & 10 in Austin, TX.

June 4, 2015

Child Indicators Research, Vol. 8, Issue 2

Child Indicators Research, Volume 8 Number 2 is now available online (ToC).

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