Weiting Ng
Weiting Ng
Singapore University of Social Sciences
Verified email at suss.edu.sg
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Wealth and happiness across the world: Material prosperity predicts life evaluation, whereas psychosocial prosperity predicts positive feeling.
E Diener, W Ng, J Harter, R Arora
Journal of personality and social psychology 99 (1), 52-61, 2010
What matters to the rich and the poor? Subjective well-being, financial satisfaction, and postmaterialist needs across the world.
W Ng, E Diener
Journal of personality and social psychology 107 (2), 326-338, 2014
Personality differences in emotions: Does emotion regulation play a role?
W Ng, E Diener
Journal of Individual Differences 30 (2), 100-106, 2009
Affluence, feelings of stress, and well-being
W Ng, E Diener, R Aurora, J Harter
Social Indicators Research 94 (2), 257-271, 2009
An account of infants’ physical reasoning
R Baillargeon, J Li, W Ng, S Yuan
Learning and the infant mind, 66-116, 2009
Clarifying the relation between neuroticism and positive emotions
W Ng
Personality and Individual Differences 47 (1), 69-72, 2009
Balance in life and declining marginal utility of diverse resources
E Diener, W Ng, W Tov
Applied Research in Quality of Life 3 (4), 277-291, 2008
Feeling bad? The “Power” of positive thinking may not apply to everyone
W Ng, E Diener
Journal of Research in Personality 43 (3), 455-463, 2009
Neuroticism and well-being? Let's work on the positive rather than negative aspects
W Ng
The Journal of Positive Psychology 7 (5), 416-426, 2012
Use of positive interventions: Does neuroticism moderate the sustainability of their effects on happiness?
W Ng
The Journal of Positive Psychology 11 (1), 51-61, 2016
Daily use of reappraisal decreases negative emotions toward daily unpleasant events
W Ng, E Diener
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 32 (5), 530-545, 2013
Boosting well-being with positive psychology interventions: Moderating role of personality and other factors
W Ng
Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy 45 (2), 79-87, 2015
Affluence and subjective well-being: does income inequality moderate their associations?
W Ng, E Diener
Applied Research in Quality of Life 14 (1), 155-170, 2019
Processes underlying links to subjective well-being: Material concerns, autonomy, and personality
W Ng
Journal of Happiness Studies 16 (6), 1575-1591, 2015
The social and economic context of peace and happiness
W Tov, E Diener, W Ng, P Kesebir, J Harter
Understanding culture: Theory, research, and application, 239-258, 2009
Décalage in infants' reasoning about color information in occlusion and containment events
W Ng, R Baillargeon
biennial International Conference on Infant Studies, Kyoto, Japan, 2006
The Duality of Wealth: Is Material Wealth Good or Bad for Well-being?
W Ng
Journal of Social Research & Policy 4 (2), 7-19, 2013
Prior negative mood buffers some individuals from subsequent negative events: The moderating role of neuroticism
W Ng
Psychology 2 (05), 445-449, 2011
W Ng
International encyclopedia of the social and behavioral sciences, 743-748, 2015
The relative importance of personality, financial satisfaction, and autonomy for different subjective well-being facets
W Ng, WS Russell Kua, SH Kang
The Journal of psychology 153 (7), 680-700, 2019
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