Ondrej Mitas, Ph.D.

2010 Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, United States 
Recreation, Social Psychology, Gerontology
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Careen M. Yarnal grad student 2010 Penn State
 (Positive emotions in mature adults' leisure travel experiences.)
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Gillet S, Schmitz P, Mitas O. (2016) The Snap-Happy Tourist: The Effects of Photographing Behavior on Tourists’ Happiness Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Research. 40: 37-57
Drewery D, Jiang K, Hilbrecht M, et al. (2016) Modelling activity novelty and adolescent females’ subjective well-being during a winter holiday World Leisure Journal. 1-13
Ito E, Walker GJ, Liu H, et al. (2016) A Cross-Cultural/National Study of Canadian, Chinese, and Japanese University Students' Leisure Satisfaction and Subjective Well-Being Leisure Sciences. 1-19
Konijn E, Sluimer N, Mitas O. (2016) Click to Share: Patterns in Tourist Photography and Sharing International Journal of Tourism Research
Volgger M, Mainil T, Pechlaner H, et al. (2015) Health region development from the perspective of system theory - an empirical cross-regional case study. Social Science & Medicine (1982). 124: 321-30
Choe J, Blazey M, Mitas O. (2015) Motivations of non-Buddhists visiting Buddhist temples Current Issues in Tourism. 18: 70-82
Lin Y, Kerstetter D, Nawijn J, et al. (2014) Changes in emotions and their interactions with personality in a vacation context Tourism Management. 40: 416-424
Mitas O, Mitasova H, Brothers G, et al. (2013) Managing dune landscape changes at Jockey's Ridge State Park, North Carolina Tourism in Marine Environments. 9: 155-167
Nawijn J, Mitas O, Lin Y, et al. (2013) How Do We Feel on Vacation? A Closer Look at How Emotions Change over the Course of a Trip Journal of Travel Research. 52: 265-274
Nawijn J, Mitas O. (2012) Resident Attitudes to Tourism and Their Effect on Subjective Well-Being: The Case of Palma de Mallorca Journal of Travel Research. 51: 531-541
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