This page helps us to be informed about one another's ongoing research. Researchers and post-graduate students are welcome to submit a description of their project(s) for inclusion on this page using this format. Updates and links to researchers' own web pages and documents are also welcome.
- International Wellbeing Study
Beginning in March 2009, this is the first study of its kind to look in depth at people's wellbeing from around the world. If you chose to participate, you’ll be helping us to answer some of the most tantalising questions that our society faces today!
This study is completely anonymous, easy to do, takes about 25 to 30 minutes for each assessment point, and participants don’t have to give any of their personal details. The only participation requirements is that participants are at least 16 years old and that they agree to fill out these questions every three months for a year; five times in total.
- Aging in Place: The Influence of Residential Environment and Ethnicity on Successful Aging among elderly Aymaras and Mapuches of Chile
- Researchers: Lorena Gallardo Peralta; Marcelo Piña Morán; Cecilia Mayorga Muñoz; Abel Soto Higuera; Vicente Rodríguez-Rodríguez
- Quality of sleep and wellbeing of college students
- Researcher: Anju M Jayanandan
- HORIZONS: understanding the impact of cancer diagnosis and treatment on everyday life
- Researchers: Professor Claire Foster, Dr Lynn Calman, Professor Dame Jessica Corner, Joanne Haviland, Professor Carl R May, Professor Alison Richardson, Professor Anne Rogers, Professor Peter Smith, Becci Petch, Faye Doyle, Dr Chloe Grimmett, Dr Sam Sodergren, Dr Rebecca Foster, Dr Joshua Turner, Amy Din, Dr Amanda Cummings, Christine M May, Bjoern Schukowsky, Kerry Coleman, Amber Cole
- Influence of Neuroticism, Extroversion, Attachment, and Satisfaction with Relationships on Subjective Well-Being of Americans, Brazilians, and Chinese
- Researchers: Ming Hui Li,Yanling Yu, Maria Cristina Ferreira, Iolanda Costa Galinha, Peter Lin, Joann Chang
- The Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey
- Principal researcher: Mark Wooden
Previous project information is also available on the Past Projects page.