Research on character strengths

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Perterson and Parkson 2009
Certain character strengths provide barriers against the negative effects of stress and trauma
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Rashid 2006 / 2007
Character strenghts make up 60-70% of successful interventions
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Perterson et al 2006
The more traumatic events a personhas had in their life, the higher their character strengths score
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Intellect and temperance leads to more success in school
Shoshani and Slone 2012
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Intellect is linked to artistic and investigative careers, transcendence is linked to a career in social and leadership is likely to lead to an enterprise career
2012
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Character strengths to do with the mind lead to higher success
Weber and Ruch 2012
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Those who withold 4 or more character strengths are more likely to experience greater work satisfaction
Harzer and Ruch 2012
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the Big 5 character strengths that are associated with work satisfaction (Davidovitch and Ovadia 2010)
Zest, hope, spirituality, curiousity and gratitude
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Temperance and hard work are the most emphasised in the work place
Money et al 2008
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