Daiva Daukantaite
Daiva Daukantaite
Department of Psychology, Lund University
Verified email at psy.lu.se
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Grit and different aspects of well-being: Direct and indirect relationships via sense of coherence and authenticity
MM Vainio, D Daukantaitė
Journal of Happiness Studies 17 (5), 2119-2147, 2016
Promoting altruism through meditation: an 8-week randomized controlled pilot study
E Wallmark, K Safarzadeh, D Daukantaitė, RE Maddux
Mindfulness 4 (3), 223-234, 2013
Optimism and subjective well-being: Affectivity plays a secondary role in the relationship between optimism and global life satisfaction in the middle-aged women. Longitudinal …
D Daukantaitė, R Zukauskiene
Journal of happiness studies 13 (1), 1-16, 2012
The harmony in life scale complements the satisfaction with life scale: expanding the conceptualization of the cognitive component of subjective well-being
D Daukantaitė, K Hefferon, S Sikström
Social Indicators Research 126 (2), 893-919, 2016
Transformative narratives: The impact of working with war and torture survivors.
E Kjellenberg, F Nilsson, D Daukantaité, E Cardeña
Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy 6 (2), 120, 2014
Childhood roots of women's subjective well-being: The role of optimism
D Daukantaite, LR Bergman
European psychologist 10 (4), 287-297, 2005
Subscales scores of the Lithuanian version of CBCL
R Zukauskiene, K Ignataviciene, D Daukantaite
European child & adolescent psychiatry 12 (3), 136-143, 2003
Swedish and Lithuanian employed women's subjective well‐being
D Daukantaite, R Zukauskiene
International journal of social welfare 15, S23-S30, 2006
The effects of yoga on stress and psychological health among employees: an 8-and 16-week intervention study
RE Maddux, D Daukantaité, U Tellhed
Anxiety, Stress, & Coping 31 (2), 121-134, 2018
Yin yoga and mindfulness: a five week randomized controlled study evaluating the effects of the YOMI program on stress and worry
F Hylander, M Johansson, D Daukantaitė, K Ruggeri
Anxiety, Stress, & Coping 30 (4), 365-378, 2017
Direct and indirect aggression and victimization in adolescents-associations with the development of psychological difficulties
LG Lundh, D Daukantaité, M Wångby-Lundh
BMC psychology 2 (1), 1-15, 2014
The importance of social circumstances for Swedish women's subjective wellbeing
LR Bergman, D Daukantaite
International Journal of Social Welfare 15 (1), 27-36, 2006
Components of subjective well-being in Swedish women
D Daukantaité, LR Bergman
Reports from the Department of Psychology, Stockholm University 83, 2003
SCOFF in a general swedish adolescent population
E Hansson, D Daukantaité, P Johnsson
Journal of Eating Disorders 3 (1), 1-9, 2015
Five-week yin yoga-based interventions decreased plasma adrenomedullin and increased psychological health in stressed adults: A randomized controlled trial
D Daukantaitė, U Tellhed, RE Maddux, T Svensson, O Melander
PloS one 13 (7), e0200518, 2018
Stability of typical patterns of subjective well-being in middle-aged Swedish women
LR Bergman, D Daukantaite
Journal of Happiness Studies 10 (3), 293-311, 2009
Individuals’ experiences with brief admission during the implementation of the brief admission skåne RCT, a qualitative study
M Helleman, LG Lundh, SI Liljedahl, D Daukantaité, S Westling
Nordic journal of psychiatry 72 (5), 380-386, 2018
Validation of a Swedish version of the short UPPS-P impulsive behavior scale among young adults
B Claréus, D Daukantaitė, M Wångby-Lundh, LG Lundh
Addictive behaviors reports 6, 118-122, 2017
A standardized crisis management model for self-harming and suicidal individuals with three or more diagnostic criteria of borderline personality disorder: The Brief Admission …
SI Liljedahl, M Helleman, D Daukantaité, Å Westrin, S Westling
BMC psychiatry 17 (1), 1-15, 2017
Mindfulness based flourishing program: A cross-cultural study of Hong Kong Chinese and British participants
I Ivtzan, T Young, HC Lee, T Lomas, D Daukantaitė, ONE Kjell
Journal of Happiness Studies 19 (8), 2205-2223, 2018
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