Ashley Humphrey
Ashley Humphrey
Federation University
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The social contract revisited: a re-examination of the influence individualistic and collectivistic value systems have on the psychological wellbeing of young people
A Humphrey, AM Bliuc, P Molenberghs
Journal of Youth Studies 23 (2), 160-169, 2020
Social Value Systems and the Mental Health of International Students During the COVID-19 Pandemic
A Humphrey, H Forbes-Mewett
Journal of International Students 11 (2), 2021
Meaning Matters: Self-Perceived Meaning in Life, Its Predictors and Psychological Stressors Associated with the COVID-19 Pandemic
A Humphrey, O Vari
Behavioral Sciences 11 (4), 2021
When the pursuit of happiness backfires: The role of negative emotion valuation
A Humphrey, R Szoka, B Bastian
The Journal of Positive Psychology, 1-9, 2021
Individualism, Collectivism, and Well-being Among a Sample of Emerging Adults in the United States
J Nezlek, A Humphrey
Journal of Emerging Adulthood, 2021
Western Individualism and the Psychological Wellbeing of Young People: A Systematic Review of Their Associations
A Humphrey, AM Bliuc
Youth 2 (1), 1-11, 2022
Buffering the fear of COVID-19: Social Connectedness mediates the relationship between fear of COVID-19 and Psychological Wellbeing
A Humphrey, E March, A Lavender, K Miller, M Alvarenga, C Mesagno
Behavioural Sciences 12 (3), 2022
Toxic positivity: How can we change our attitude towards happiness?
B Bastian, A Humphrey
World Economic Forum, 2021
How to avoid ‘toxic positivity’ and take the less direct route to happiness
B Bastian, A Humphrey
The Conversation, 2021
The Western delusion? An examination of individualistic and extrinsic value systems in Western cultures and their link to young people’s psychological wellbeing
A Humphrey
Monash University, 2018
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