Nice Thinking! An Educational Intervention That Teaches Children to Think Gratefully

@article{Froh2014NiceTA,
  title={Nice Thinking! An Educational Intervention That Teaches Children to Think Gratefully},
  author={J. Froh and G. Bono and Jinyan Fan and Robert A Emmons and Katherine Henderson and Cheray M. Harris and Heather M. Leggio and A. Wood},
  journal={School Psychology Review},
  year={2014},
  volume={43},
  pages={132 - 152}
}
  • J. Froh, G. Bono, +5 authors A. Wood
  • Published 2014
  • Psychology
  • School Psychology Review
  • Abstract. Gratitude is essential to social life and well-being. Although research with youth populations has gained momentum recently, only two gratitude interventions have been conducted in youth, targeting mostly adolescents. In the current research, we tested a new intervention for promoting gratitude among the youngest children targeted to date. Elementary school classrooms (of 8- to 11-year-olds) were randomly assigned either to an intervention that educated children about the appraisal of… CONTINUE READING
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