Lisa Wagner
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Good character at school: positive classroom behavior mediates the link between character strengths and school achievement
L Wagner, W Ruch
Frontiers in psychology 6, 610, 2015
1212015
Positive Feelings at School: On the Relationships Between Students’ Character Strengths, School-Related Affect, and School Functioning
M Weber, L Wagner, W Ruch
Journal of Happiness Studies 17, 341-355, 2016
992016
Character strengths and PERMA: Investigating the relationships of character strengths with a multidimensional framework of well-being
L Wagner, F Gander, RT Proyer, W Ruch
Applied Research in Quality of Life 15 (2), 307-328, 2020
602020
Broadening humor: Comic styles differentially tap into temperament, character, and ability
W Ruch, S Heintz, T Platt, L Wagner, RT Proyer
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 6, 2018
572018
Good character is what we look for in a friend: character strengths are positively related to peer acceptance and friendship quality in early adolescents
L Wagner
The Journal of Early Adolescence 39 (6), 864-903, 2019
302019
The role of character traits in economic games
W Ruch, R Bruntsch, L Wagner
Personality and Individual Differences 108, 186-190, 2017
272017
Playfulness in Adults Revisited: The Signal Theory in German Speakers.
RT Proyer, L Wagner
American Journal of Play 7 (2), 201-227, 2015
272015
Enjoying influence on others: Congruently high implicit and explicit power motives are related to teachers’ well-being
L Wagner, N Baumann, P Hank
Motivation and Emotion 40, 69-81, 2016
232016
Humor, the PEN model of personality, and subjective well-being: support for differential relationships with eight comic styles
W Ruch, L Wagner, S Heintz
192018
Character strengths and life satisfaction in later life: an analysis of different living conditions
D Baumann, W Ruch, K Margelisch, F Gander, L Wagner
Applied Research in Quality of Life 15 (2), 329-347, 2020
172020
The association between class clown dimensions, school experiences and accomplishment
T Platt, L Wagner, W Ruch
Learning and Individual Differences 51, 327-332, 2016
132016
Examining Adolescents’ Well-being: How Do the Orientations to Happiness Relate to Their Leisure Time Activities?
L Wagner, D Conrad, N Gajić, O Kácha, K Martinović, A Skvortsova, ...
Journal of European Psychology Students 5 (2), 8-12, 2014
112014
The structure of character: on the relationships between character strengths and virtues
W Ruch, F Gander, L Wagner, F Giuliani
The Journal of Positive Psychology 16 (1), 116-128, 2021
82021
A lexical approach to laughter classification: Natural language distinguishes six (classes of) formal characteristics
W Ruch, L Wagner, J Hofmann
Current Psychology, 1-13, 2019
42019
Die Positive Psychologie bei Kindern und Jugendlichen: Charakterstärken und das gute Leben
W Ruch, L Wagner
Psychologie & Erziehung 39 (1), 8-20, 2013
32013
Character Strengths Are Related to Students’ Achievement, Flow Experiences, and Enjoyment in Teacher-Centered Learning, Individual, and Group Work Beyond Cognitive Ability
L Wagner, M Holenstein, H Wepf, W Ruch
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 1324, 2020
22020
Which character strengths matter most at school? Addressing the role of students’ character strengths in achievement and well-being at school
L Wagner
Well-being in Education Systems Conference Abstract Book. Locarno, 33-43, 2019
22019
Testing the Situationism Scale in Europe: Scale validation, self‐regulation and regional differences
ME Roberts, L Wagner, S Zorjan, E Nčmeth, D van Toor, M Czaplinski
International Journal of Psychology 52 (4), 264-272, 2017
22017
Attribute des Lachens
W Ruch, L Wagner
Zeitschrift für Semiotik 37 (1-2), 109-127, 2015
22015
Trait cheerfulness, seriousness, and bad mood outperform personality traits of the five-factor model in explaining variance in humor behaviors and well-being among adolescents
L Wagner, W Ruch
Current Psychology, 1-12, 2020
12020
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