The Nested Model of Well-Being: A Unified Approach

  title={The Nested Model of Well-Being: A Unified Approach},
  author={G. Henriques and Kimberly E. Kleinman and C. Asselin},
  journal={Review of General Psychology},
  pages={18 - 7}
  • G. Henriques, Kimberly E. Kleinman, C. Asselin
  • Published 2014
  • Psychology
  • Review of General Psychology
  • Although well-being is a central topic in psychology in general and positive psychology in particular, it remains somewhat nebulous and more work is required to foster conceptual clarity that will in turn lead to empirical advances. The article outlines the Nested Model (NM) of well-being, which is conceptually grounded in a new unified theory of psychology (Henriques, 2011) that maps the construct into 4 related but also separable nested domains: (a) the subjective domain, which includes the… CONTINUE READING
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