Joseph Chancellor
Joseph Chancellor
Postdoctoral Research Assistant, University of Cambridge, UK
Verified email at cam.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Delivering happiness: Translating positive psychology intervention research for treating major and minor depressive disorders
K Layous, J Chancellor, S Lyubomirsky, L Wang, PM Doraiswamy
The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine 17 (8), 675-683, 2011
1512011
Positive activities as protective factors against mental health conditions.
K Layous, J Chancellor, S Lyubomirsky
Journal of Abnormal Psychology 123 (1), 3, 2014
992014
Thinking about rumination: The scholarly contributions and intellectual legacy of Susan Nolen-Hoeksema
S Lyubomirsky, K Layous, J Chancellor, SK Nelson
Annual review of clinical psychology 11, 1-22, 2015
972015
An upward spiral between gratitude and humility
E Kruse, J Chancellor, PM Ruberton, S Lyubomirsky
Social Psychological and Personality Science 5 (7), 805-814, 2014
862014
Humble beginnings: Current trends, state perspectives, and hallmarks of humility
J Chancellor, S Lyubomirsky
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 7 (11), 819-833, 2013
862013
Happiness and thrift: When (spending) less is (hedonically) more
J Chancellor, S Lyubomirsky
Journal of Consumer Psychology 21 (2), 131-138, 2011
702011
The relationship between physician humility, physician–patient communication, and patient health
PM Ruberton, HP Huynh, TA Miller, E Kruse, J Chancellor, S Lyubomirsky
Patient education and counseling 99 (7), 1138-1145, 2016
372016
Recalling positive events at work makes employees feel happier, move more, but interact less: A 6-week randomized controlled intervention at a Japanese workplace
J Chancellor, K Layous, S Lyubomirsky
Journal of Happiness Studies 16 (4), 871-887, 2015
312015
State humility: Measurement, conceptual validation, and intrapersonal processes
E Kruse, J Chancellor, S Lyubomirsky
Self and Identity 16 (4), 399-438, 2017
302017
Money for happiness: The hedonic benefits of thrift
J Chancellor, S Lyubomirsky
Consumption and well-being in the material world, 13-47, 2014
262014
Everyday prosociality in the workplace: The reinforcing benefits of giving, getting, and glimpsing.
J Chancellor, S Margolis, K Jacobs Bao, S Lyubomirsky
Emotion 18 (4), 507, 2018
252018
Sensing happiness
K Yano, S Lyubomirsky, J Chancellor
IEEE Spectrum 49 (12), 32-37, 2012
202012
Reframing the ordinary: Imagining time as scarce increases well-being
K Layous, J Kurtz, J Chancellor, S Lyubomirsky
The Journal of Positive Psychology 13 (3), 301-308, 2018
112018
Self-affirmation increases humility
ET Kruse, J Chancellor, S Lyubomirsky
Manuscript submitted for publication, 2014
92014
Sensing happiness: Can technology make you happy?
K Yano, S Lyubomirsky, J Chancellor
IEEE Spectrum, 26-31, 2012
82012
Ripples of generosity in the workplace: The benefits of giving, getting, and glimpsing
JA Chancellor
UC Riverside, 2013
72013
The propagation of everyday prosociality in the workplace
J Chancellor, S Margolis, S Lyubomirsky
The Journal of Positive Psychology 13 (3), 271-283, 2018
62018
Above the Pale Blue Dot: Awe and state humility in immersive virtual environments
J Chancellor, J Cornick, SK Nelson, J Blascovich, S Lyubomirsky
Manuscript under review, 2016
52016
Recalling positive events at work makes employees feel happier, move more, and talk less: A 6-week randomized controlled intervention at a Japanese workplace
J Chancellor, K Layous, S Lyubomirsky
Manuscript under review, 2014
52014
Clustering by well-being in workplace social networks: Homophily and social contagion.
J Chancellor, K Layous, S Margolis, S Lyubomirsky
Emotion 17 (8), 1166, 2017
42017
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