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Recent Work on the Concept of Gratitude in Philosophy and Psychology
Cerebellar rTMS disrupts predictive language processing
A new approach to measuring moral virtues: The Multi-Component Gratitude Measure
Gratitude in the UK: A new prototype analysis and a cross-cultural comparison
The present research examined gratitude in the UK, contrasted features of gratitude with those identified in the USA, and explored whether gratitude is associated with virtue. In three studies, we…
Educating gratitude: Some conceptual and moral misgivings
In a rapidly expanding academic literature on gratitude, psychologists, philosophers and educational theorists have argued that gratitude is not just of great psycho-social importance but also of…
Assessing Influences on Gratitude Experience: Age-related Differences in How Gratitude is Understood and Experienced
A ‘PERMA’ Response to the Pandemic: An Online Positive Education Programme to Promote Wellbeing in University Students
How positive education, and specifically the “PERMA” wellbeing framework, has inspired the development of this wellbeing program (including the accompanying VLE webpages and sources of support) and future plans for evaluation are outlined.
Learning and teaching virtuous gratitude
Gratitude has been widely regarded by philosophers, psychologists and educational theorists as a personal and/or pro-social response of some moral significance. Indeed, beyond its more obvious value…
Measuring Gratitude in Germany: Validation Study of the German Version of the Gratitude Questionnaire-Six Item Form (GQ-6-G) and the Multi-Component Gratitude Measure (MCGM-G)
- Matthias F C Hudecek, Nicole Blabst, Blaire Morgan, E. Lermer
- PsychologyFrontiers in Psychology
- 8 October 2020
The German versions of the GQ-5-G and the Multi-Component Gratitude Measure (MCGM-G) are two instruments with good reliability and validity for measuring gratitude in Germany.
Gratitude, self-monitoring and social intelligence: A prosocial relationship?
To date, gratitude has been discussed as a positive construct that is linked to various prosocial outcomes, including helping behaviours and altruism, as well as intrapersonal and interpersonal gains…