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Parental support for basic psychological needs and happiness: The importance of sense of uniqueness
Past empirical research relying on self-determination theory (SDT) has consistently shown that parental support of basic psychological needs (BPN) is associated with adolescent happiness. Yet, the specific mechanisms ...
Linking metatraits of the big five to well-being and ill-being: do basic psychological needs matter?
There is considerable evidence that two higher order factors underlie the Big-Five dimensions and that these two factors provide a parsimonious taxonomy. However, not much empirical evidence has been documented as to the ...
A cross-cultural investigation into the relationships among parental support for basic psychological needs, sense of uniqueness and happiness
(Taylor & Francis, 2014)
A significant number of empirical studies have reported that parental support for basic psychological needs is a robust correlate of adolescent happiness. Yet, less is known about the mechanisms responsible for this link. ...