Samantha J. Heintzelman
Samantha J. Heintzelman
Assistant Professor of Psychology, Rutgers University-Newark
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Findings all psychologists should know from the new science on subjective well-being.
E Diener, SJ Heintzelman, K Kushlev, L Tay, D Wirtz, LD Lutes, S Oishi
Canadian Psychology/psychologie canadienne 58 (2), 87, 2017
Life is pretty meaningful.
SJ Heintzelman, LA King
American psychologist 69 (6), 561, 2014
Beyond the search for meaning: A contemporary science of the experience of meaning in life
LA King, SJ Heintzelman, SJ Ward
Current Directions in Psychological Science 25 (4), 211-216, 2016
Encounters with objective coherence and the experience of meaning in life
SJ Heintzelman, J Trent, LA King
Psychological science 24 (6), 991-998, 2013
(The Feeling of) Meaning-as-Information
SJ Heintzelman, LA King
The manipulation of affect: A meta-analysis of affect induction procedures.
DL Joseph, MY Chan, SJ Heintzelman, L Tay, E Diener, VS Scotney
Psychological Bulletin 146 (4), 355, 2020
Eudaimonia in the contemporary science of subjective well-being: Psychological well-being, self-determination, and meaning in life
SJ Heintzelman
Handbook of well-being, 1-14, 2018
Routines and meaning in life
SJ Heintzelman, LA King
Personality and social psychology bulletin 45 (5), 688-699, 2019
Specifying associations between conscientiousness and executive functioning: Mental set shifting, not prepotent response inhibition or working memory updating
KA Fleming, SJ Heintzelman, BD Bartholow
Journal of personality 84 (3), 348-360, 2016
Inequality and well-being
NR Buttrick, SJ Heintzelman, S Oishi
Current opinion in psychology 18, 15-20, 2017
On knowing more than we can tell: Intuitive processes and the experience of meaning
SJ Heintzelman, LA King
Positive Psychology in Search for Meaning, 15-26, 2016
Does happiness improve health? Evidence from a randomized controlled trial
K Kushlev, SJ Heintzelman, LD Lutes, D Wirtz, JM Kanippayoor, D Leitner, ...
Psychological Science 31 (7), 807-821, 2020
Meaning in life and intuition.
SJ Heintzelman, LA King
Journal of personality and social psychology 110 (3), 477, 2016
ENHANCE: Evidence for the efficacy of a comprehensive intervention program to promote subjective well-being.
SJ Heintzelman, K Kushlev, LD Lutes, D Wirtz, JM Kanippayoor, D Leitner, ...
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 26 (2), 360, 2020
Put the phone down: Testing a complement-interfere model of computer-mediated communication in the context of face-to-face interactions
K Kushlev, SJ Heintzelman
Social Psychological and Personality Science 9 (6), 702-710, 2018
An international study on psychological coping during COVID-19: Towards a meaning-centered coping style
N Eisenbeck, DF Carreno, PTP Wong, JA Hicks, RRG Marķa, JL Puga, ...
International journal of clinical and health psychology 22 (1), 100256, 2022
ENHANCE: Design and rationale of a randomized controlled trial for promoting enduring happiness & well-being
K Kushlev, SJ Heintzelman, LD Lutes, D Wirtz, S Oishi, E Diener
Contemporary clinical trials 52, 62-74, 2017
Relational self-construal moderates the effect of social support on life satisfaction
SJ Heintzelman, PL Bacon
Personality and Individual Differences 73, 72-77, 2015
Subjective well-being, social interpretation, and relationship thriving
SJ Heintzelman, E Diener
Journal of Research in Personality 78, 93-105, 2019
The declining marginal utility of social time for subjective well-being
K Kushlev, SJ Heintzelman, S Oishi, E Diener
Journal of Research in Personality 74, 124-140, 2018
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