Subjective well-being, sun protection behaviour and multimethod measurement: Major research themes of the methodology group at the Free University of Berlin
Zeitschrift für Gesundheitspsychologie
Research of the Methodology Group at the Freie Universität Berlin focuses on subjective well-being, mood regulation, health psychology, and the development of new methods for the analysis of psychological data. In particular, we are interested in the role mood regulation plays for subjective well-being and the way people adapt to life events. In terms of health promotion, we study sun protection behavior and are interested in the prevention of skin cancer. In our methodological research, we are concerned with the development and application of new statistical models for analyzing longitudinal and multitrait-multimethod data.
Geiser, Christian; Eid, Michael; Nussbeck, Fridtjof W.; Luhmann, Maike; and Mallach, Natalie, "Subjective well-being, sun protection behaviour and multimethod measurement: Major research themes of the methodology group at the Free University of Berlin" (2008). Psychology Faculty Publications. Paper 1303.