Weiting Ng, Ph.D.

2007 University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana-Champaign, IL 
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Ed Diener grad student 2007 UIUC
 (Personality traits, cognitive strategies, and emotion: Is it possible to use cognitive strategies to help neurotics feel better?)
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Ng W. (2016) Use of positive interventions: Does neuroticism moderate the sustainability of their effects on happiness? Journal of Positive Psychology. 11: 51-61
Ng W. (2016) Extending Traditional Psychological Disciplines to Positive Psychology: A View from Subjective Well-being Journal of Happiness Studies. 1-19
Ng W. (2015) Processes Underlying Links to Subjective Well-being: Material Concerns, Autonomy, and Personality Journal of Happiness Studies. 16: 1575-1591
Ng W, Diener E. (2014) What matters to the rich and the poor? Subjective well-being, financial satisfaction, and postmaterialist needs across the world. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 107: 326-38
Ng W. (2014) Boosting Well-Being with Positive Psychology Interventions: Moderating Role of Personality and Other Factors Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy. 45: 79-87
Ng W, Diener E. (2013) Daily use of reappraisal decreases negative emotions toward daily unpleasant events Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology. 32: 530-545
Ng W. (2013) The duality of wealth: Is material wealth good or bad for well-being? Journal of Social Research and Policy. 4: 7-19
Ng W. (2012) Neuroticism and well-being? Let's work on the positive rather than negative aspects Journal of Positive Psychology. 7: 416-426
Diener E, Ng W, Harter J, et al. (2010) Wealth and happiness across the world: material prosperity predicts life evaluation, whereas psychosocial prosperity predicts positive feeling. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 99: 52-61
Ng W, Diener E. (2009) Personality Differences in Emotions: Does Emotion Regulation Play a Role? Journal of Individual Differences. 30: 100-106
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