Presentation Title

Investigating the Potential of Improving Well Being with Online Tools

University

Shawnee State University

Major

Psychology

Student Type

Undergraduate Student

Presentation Types

Oral Group Presentation

Keywords:

Online Intervention, Efficacy

Description

This research tests the efficacy of online well-being interventions. Participants were randomly assigned to an experimental or placebo condition. We predicted a modest, statistically significant well-being increase in the treatment group relative to control, which could help pave the way for expanding the accessibility of well-being through online interventions. Ultimately, however, well-being did not differ by condition.

Faculty Sponsor Name

Brian Richards

Faculty Sponsor Title

Associate Professor, Psychology

Faculty Sponsor Academic Department

Social Sciences

Location

LIB 204

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Investigating the Potential of Improving Well Being with Online Tools

LIB 204

This research tests the efficacy of online well-being interventions. Participants were randomly assigned to an experimental or placebo condition. We predicted a modest, statistically significant well-being increase in the treatment group relative to control, which could help pave the way for expanding the accessibility of well-being through online interventions. Ultimately, however, well-being did not differ by condition.