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Gander, Fabian; Proyer, René T; Ruch, Willibald (2017). A Placebo-Controlled Online Study on Potential Mediators of a Pleasure-Based Positive Psychology Intervention: The Role of Emotional and Cognitive Components. Journal of Happiness Studies:Epub ahead of print.

Hofmann, Jennifer; Ruch, Willibald; Proyer, René T; Platt, Tracey; Gander, Fabian (2017). Assessing Dispositions Toward Ridicule and Laughter in the Workplace: Adapting and Validating the PhoPhiKat-9 Questionnaire. Frontiers in Psychology:8:714.

Gander, Fabian. Online positive psychology interventions based on pleasure, engagement, meaning, positive relationships, and accomplishment : measurement, validation of interventions, and exploration of working mechanisms. 2017, University of Zurich, Faculty of Arts.

Proyer, René T; Gander, Fabian; Tandler, Nancy (2017). Strength-based interventions: Their importance in application to the gifted. Gifted Education International, 33(2):118-130.

Gander, Fabian; Proyer, René T; Ruch, Willibald (2017). The Subjective Assessment of Accomplishment and Positive Relationships: Initial Validation and Correlative and Experimental Evidence for Their Association with Well-Being. Journal of Happiness Studies, 18(3):743-764.

Proyer, Rene T; Gander, Fabian; Wellenzohn, Sara; Ruch, Willibald (2016). Addressing the role of personality, ability, and positive and negative affect in positive psychology interventions: Findings from a randomized intervention based on the authentic happiness theory and extensions. Journal of Positive Psychology, 11(6):609-621.

Ruch, Willibald; Gander, Fabian (2016). Charakterstärken und Wohlbefinden bei der Arbeit: Wann der Job zur Berufung wird. Wirtschaftspsychologie Aktuell, (3):45-48.

Proyer, Rene T; Gander, Fabian; Wellenzohn, Sara; Ruch, Willibald (2016). Nine beautiful things: A self-administered online positive psychology intervention on the beauty in nature, arts, and behaviors increases happiness and ameliorates depressive symptoms. Personality and Individual Differences, 94:189-193.

Gander, Fabian; Proyer, René T; Ruch, Willibald (2016). Positive Psychology Interventions Addressing Pleasure, Engagement, Meaning, Positive Relationships, and Accomplishment Increase Well-Being and Ameliorate Depressive Symptoms: A Randomized, Placebo-Controlled Online Study. Frontiers in Psychology, 7:686.

Ruch, Willibald; Gander, Fabian; Platt, Tracey; Hofmann, Jennifer (2016). Team roles: Their relationships to character strengths and job satisfaction. Journal of Positive Psychology:Epub ahead of print.

Proyer, Rene T; Gander, Fabian; Wellenzohn, Sara; Ruch, Willibald (2015). Strengths-based positive psychology interventions: a randomized placebo-controlled online trial on long-term effects for a signature strengths- vs. a lesser strengths-intervention. Frontiers in Psychology:6:456.

Proyer, Rene T; Wellenzohn, Sara; Gander, Fabian; Ruch, Willibald (2015). Toward a better understanding of what makes positive psychology interventions work : predicting happiness and depression from the person × intervention fit in a follow-up after 3.5 years. Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being, 7(1):108-128.

Proyer, Rene T; Gander, Fabian; Wellenzohn, Sara; Ruch, Willibald (2014). Positive psychology interventions in people aged 50–79 years: long-term effects of placebo-controlled online interventions on well-being and depression. Aging & Mental Health, 18(8):997-1005.

Proyer, Rene T; Gander, Fabian; Wellenzohn, Sara; Ruch, Willibald (2014). The European Football Championship as a Positive Festivity: Changes in Strengths of Character Before, During, and After the Euro 2008 in Switzerland. In: Marujo, Helena Águeda; Neto, Luis Miguel. Positive Nations and Communities: Vol. 6 Collective, Qualitative and Cultural-Sensitive Processes in Positive Psychology. Dordrecht, NL: Springer Netherlands, 119-134.

Gander, Fabian; Proyer, Rene T; Ruch, Willibald; Wyss, Tobias (2013). Strength-Based positive interventions: further evidence for their potential in enhancing well-being and alleviating depression. Journal of Happiness Studies, 14(4):1241-1259.

Proyer, Rene T; Gander, Fabian; Wellenzohn, Sara; Ruch, Willibald (2013). What good are character strengths beyond subjective well-being? The contribution of the good character on self-reported health-oriented behavior, physical fitness, and the subjective health status. Journal of Positive Psychology, 8(3):222-232.

Gander, Fabian; Proyer, Rene T; Ruch, Willibald; Wyss, T (2012). The good character at work: an initial study on the contribution of character strengths in identifying healthy and unhealthy work-related behavior and experience patterns. International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health, 85(8):895-904.

Proyer, Rene T; Gander, Fabian; Wyss, T; Ruch, Willibald (2011). The relation of character strengths to past, present, and future life satisfaction among german-speaking women. Applied Psychology, 3(3):370-384.

Beermann, Ursula; Gander, Fabian; Hiltebrand, D; Wyss, T; Ruch, Willibald (2009). Laughing at oneself: Trait or state? In: Bänninger-Huber, E; Peham, D. Current and Future Perspectives in Facial Expression Research: Topics and Methodical Questions. Innsbruck: Innsbruck University Press, 31-36.

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