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An Empirical Examination of a Well-Being Engine Model

  title={An Empirical Examination of a Well-Being Engine Model},
  author={Korey Jacob Connor},
AN EMPIRICAL EXAMINATION OF A WELL-BEING ENGINE MODEL Korey J. Connor, B.A., M.A. Marquette University, 2017 Humanity has struggled to define the good life from, at very least, the beginning of recorded history. The last three decades have seen a major uptick in the amount of scholarly activities in this vein, with contemporary iterations falling under the auspices of well-being studies. These studies in the field of psychology, while abundant, have tended to align closely with one of a select… 


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