Eudaimonic conceptions of well-being, meaning in life, and self-reported well-being: Initial test of a mediational model

@inproceedings{McMahan2011EudaimonicCO,
  title={Eudaimonic conceptions of well-being, meaning in life, and self-reported well-being: Initial test of a mediational model},
  author={Ethan A. McMahan and Maggie Renken},
  year={2011}
}
The current study examined relationships between eudaimonic dimensions of individual conceptions of well-being (e.g., self-development, contribution), meaning in life, and selfreported well-being, and whether meaning in life mediates associations between eudaimonic conception dimensions and well-being. A sample of 275 adult volunteers completed several instruments assessing the above constructs. Results from structural equation modeling (SEM) indicated that eudaimonic conception dimensions were… CONTINUE READING
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Eudaimonic conceptions of well - being , meaning in life , and self - reported well - being : Initial test of a mediational model

E. A. McMahan, M. Dehart Renken
  • Personality and Individual Differences
  • 2011

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