Published by Deakin University
ISBN 978 1 74156 102 9
Held on the 22nd November 2007 at the Burwood Campus of Deakin University
These Conference Proceedings contain refereed research papers. Each full written version of a paper presented at the conference is a separate publication that has received two independent peer reviews. The ACQOL Conference Committee intends that the proceedings are published in such a way that they will be recognised as a DEST publication (DEST points: E1 full written-refereed proceedings.
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|Joanne Brooker||Quality of life among individuals diagnosed with an acoustic neuroma: A focus group study (ppt ~ 453kb)|
|Robert Cummins||Love and money: non-linear moderators of subjective wellbeing relevant to public policy (ppt ~ 1024kb)|
|Marie- Claire Ellsmore||Subjective well-being, eudemonic well-being and perception of self and others (ppt ~ 97kb)|
|Lisa Engel||Chronic Illness and Subjective Well-being (doc ~ 469kb)|
|Adriana Gargiulo||Subjective Well-Being as an indicator for clinical depression (ppt ~ 469kb)|
|Bruce Headey||The Set-Point theory of well-being is in trouble - On the eve of a scientific revolution? (ppt ~ 4.3mb)|
|Yvonne MacKay||Satisfaction with life as a whole: What informs this judgment? (ppt ~ 365kb)|
|Jane McGillivray||The measurement of subjective wellbeing in people with intellectual disability in Australia. (doc ~ 208kb)|
|Christine Migliorini||Living a good life after spinal cord injury? (doc ~ 26kb)|
|Tom Perkins||Subjective Well-being (doc ~ 504kb)|
|Dianne Vella-Broderick||Clues for attaining a life filled with purpose and personal growth (doc ~ 210kb)|