eudemonic


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producing happiness and well-being

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Interestingly, this variable 'socially meet friends and relatives' increases the eudemonic well-being of individuals.
Further, they suggested that eudemonic well-being should be developed and marketed as a routine outcome of occupational therapy services and incorporated into occupational therapy models.
The adopted definition of happiness at work proved to be in line with the eudemonic and hedonic components of happiness, expanding on the studies of fit that typically employ job satisfaction (hedonic component) or work syndromes and pathologies (stress, burnout).
If we take happiness to be eudemonic, utilitarianism is not so easily dismissed, which may be why Mill moved away from Bentham's sort of hedonism and later utilitarians (such as G.
Eudemonic supporters have introduced two types of psychological [8] and social wellbeing.
Authentic leadership and eudemonic well-being: Understanding leader-follower outcomes.
2004); ESTELLE DERCLAYE, Eudemonic intellectual property: Patents and related rights as engines of happiness, peace, and sustainability, 14 Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment and Technology Law (2012).
Given that, we use the term "well-being" as is commonly done in policy circles to refer to a combination of subjective well-being with more eudemonic measures, although we recognize that these definitions are both contested and confused.
7) This dimension of well-being, which in previous work I have roughly categorized as "Aristotelian," implicitly encompasses a eudemonic component such as the extent of purpose and meaning that people derive from their jobs, their relationships, and their lives.
Hahn, Frese, Binnewies, and Schmitt look at the affective inputs to personal initiative of small business owners, and find that eudemonic well-being or vigor is the more dominant driver of proactive behavior, rather than hedonic well-being or life satisfaction.
It is unclear whether subjective measures of one's satisfaction with participation differ from subjective judgments of well-being, which have been conceptualized as encompassing eudemonic concepts such as purpose in life, personal growth, positive relations with others, environmental mastery, self-acceptance, and autonomy, as well as hedonic concepts such as happiness and life satisfaction [30].
Ryan (1991) also provided evidence for the confirmation of the importance of the satisfaction of these needs for the healthy development of individuals and their psychological state of wellness In the last analysis, he concluded that better quality of life is related to basic needs paradigms, with a aim at how satisfaction of these needs leads to the necessary psychological basis for the empowerment, interpretation, and meaning-making processes that is so essential eudemonic well being.
And even if it is considered as a means to reach a precise aim, not even the eudemonic will can assure the desired outcome.
She serves on the Editorial Review Board and is also an author of an Opinions in the Profession article published in this issue that presents three self-reflection questions and 10 client-centered questions to use in OT assessment to promote eudemonic care.
Hedonic and eudemonic experiences among wellness tourists: an exploratory enquiry.