Lisa Wagner, Dr. Post-Doktorandin Tel.: ++41 (0)44 634 06 70 Raumbezeichnung: AND 4.08 email@example.com Publikationen (aus ZORA) CSV EndNote BibTeX XML Export Valentina, Vylobkova; Sonja, Heintz; Fabian, Gander; Lisa, Wagner; Willibald, Ruch (2022). Convergence and psychometric properties of character strengths measures: The VIA-IS and the VIA-IS-R. Journal of Personality Assessment:Epub ahead of print. Gander, Fabian; Wagner, Lisa; Amann, Lukas; Ruch, Willibald (2021). What are character strengths good for? A daily diary study on character strengths enactment. Journal of Positive Psychology:Epub ahead of print. Wagner, Lisa; Pindeus, Lisa; Ruch, Willibald (2021). Character strengths in the life domains of work, education, leisure, and relationships and their associations with flourishing. Frontiers in Psychology, 12:597534. Ruch, Willibald; Gander, Fabian; Wagner, Lisa; Giuliani, Fiorina (2021). The structure of character: On the relationships between character strengths and virtues. Journal of Positive Psychology, 16(1):116-128. Ruggeri, Kai; Većkalov, Bojana; Bojanić, Lana; et al; Wagner, Lisa (2021). The general fault in our fault lines. Nature Human Behaviour, 5(10):1369-1380. Gander, Fabian; Wagner, Lisa (2021). Character Growth Following Collective Life Events: A Study on Perceived and Measured Changes in Character Strengths During the First Wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic. European Journal of Personality:Epub ahead of print. Wagner, Lisa. Studying What Is Best in Adolescents: The Role of Character Strengths in Positive Experiences, Relationships, and Achievement at School. 2021, University of Zurich, Faculty of Arts. Baumann, Doris; Ruch, Willibald; Margelisch, Katja; Gander, Fabian; Wagner, Lisa (2020). Character Strengths and Life Satisfaction in Later Life: an Analysis of Different Living Conditions. Applied Research in Quality of Life, 15(2):329-347. Wagner, Lisa; Gander, Fabian; Proyer, René T; Ruch, Willibald (2020). Character Strengths and PERMA: Investigating the Relationships of Character Strengths with a Multidimensional Framework of Well-Being. Applied Research in Quality of Life, 15(2):307-328. Wagner, Lisa; Ruch, Willibald (2020). 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. Current Psychology:Epub ahead of print. Wagner, Lisa; Holenstein, Mathias; Wepf, Hannah; Ruch, Willibald (2020). Character Strengths Are Related to Students' Achievement, Flow Experiences, and Enjoyment in Teacher-Centered Learning, Individual, and Group Work Beyond Cognitive Ability. Frontiers in Psychology, 11:1324. Wagner, Lisa (2019). Good Character Is What We Look for in a Friend: Character Strengths Are Positively Related to Peer Acceptance and Friendship Quality in Early Adolescents. Journal of Early Adolescence, 39(6):864-903. Wagner, Lisa (2019). The Social Life of Class Clowns: Class Clown Behavior Is Associated With More Friends, but Also More Aggressive Behavior in the Classroom. Frontiers in Psychology, 10:604. Ruch, Willibald; Wagner, Lisa; Hofmann, Jennifer (2019). A lexical approach to laughter classification: Natural language distinguishes six (classes of) formal characteristics. Current Psychology:ePub ahead of print. Ruch, Willibald; Heintz, Sonja; Platt, Tracey; Wagner, Lisa; Proyer, René T (2018). Broadening humor: comic styles differentially tap into temperament, character, and ability. Frontiers in Psychology, 9:6. Ruch, Willibald; Wagner, Lisa; Heintz, Sonja (2018). Humor, the PEN model of personality, and subjective well-being: Support for differential relationships of eight comic styles. Rivista Italiana di Studi sull’Umorismo, 1(1):31-44. Ruch, Willibald; Bruntsch, Richard; Wagner, Lisa (2017). The role of character traits in economic games. Personality and Individual Differences, 108:186-190. Roberts, Megan E; Wagner, Lisa; Zorjan, Saša; Nèmeth, Enikö; van Toor, Désie; Czaplinski, Michał (2017). Testing the Situationism Scale in Europe: Scale validation, self-regulation and regional differences. International Journal of Psychology, 52(4):264-272. Platt, Tracey; Wagner, Lisa; Ruch, Willibald (2016). The association between class clown dimensions, school experiences and accomplishment. Learning & Individual Differences, 51:327-332. Wagner, Lisa; Baumann, Nicola; Hank, Petra (2016). Enjoying influence on others: Congruently high implicit and explicit power motives are related to teachers’ well-being. Motivation & Emotion, 40(1):69-81. Weber, Marco; Wagner, Lisa; Ruch, Willibald (2016). Positive feelings at school: on the relationships between students’ character strengths, school-related affect, and school functioning. Journal of Happiness Studies, 17(1):341-355. Wagner, Lisa; Ruch, Willibald (2015). Attribute des Lachens: Ein lexikalischer Ansaz. Zeitschrift für Semiotik:109-127. Wagner, Lisa; Ruch, Willibald (2015). Good character at school: Positive classroom behavior mediates the link between character strengths and school achievement. Frontiers in Psychology, 6:24. Proyer, Rene T; Wagner, Lisa (2015). Playfulness in adults revisited: The signal theory in German speakers. American Journal of Play, 7(2):201-227. Wagner, Lisa; Conrad, Daniela; Gajić, Najdana; Kácha, Ondřej; Martinović, Katarina; Skvortsova, Aleksandrina; van Doeselaar, Lotte; Voitenko, Darja (2014). Examining adolescents’ well-being: How do the orientations to happiness relate to their leisure time activities?. Journal of European Psychology Students (JEPS), 5(2):8-12. Ruch, Willibald; Wagner, Lisa (2013). Die Positive Psychologie bei Kindern und Jugendlichen: Charakterstärken und das gute Leben. Psychologie & Erziehung, 39(1):8-20.