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Leigh Ann Vaughn (Psychology) presents at the Society of Personality and Social Psychology Leigh Ann Vaughn (Psychology) presents at the Society of Personality and Social Psychology

Contributed by Leigh Ann Vaughn on 02/13/19 

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The Annual Convention of the Society of Personality and Social Psychology took place February 7-9, 2019, in Portland, OR. At this convention, Professor Leigh Ann Vaughn presented a poster session about goals and well-being.

The poster session presented results of four experiments on 1,602 American and Canadian participants’ self-reported well-being in experiences of pursuing different kinds of goals. It showed that well-being was higher in pursuit of growth goals than in pursuit of security goals. Additionally, it showed that individual differences in the strength of growth goals related to well-being, but individual differences in the strength of security goals did not.

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