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Gratitude has been investigated in various areas in psychology. The present research showed that gratitude had some positive effects on some aspects of our life, such as subjective well-being, life satisfaction, and social relationships. It can also help us relieve negative emotions.
Envy and gratitude & other works, 1946-1963
This paper explores the potential role of gratitude on the reduction of loneliness feelings, even controlling for several variables related to social desirability, well-being subjective happiness and life satisfaction and socio-demographic characteristics. Through a web-based survey a convenience sample of participants completed an online questionnaire including these measures. Correlation analyses and four-step hierarchical multiple regression analyses were conducted. The results show a negative correlation between gratitude and loneliness; specifically, gratitude succeeds in accounting for up to almost one-fifth of the total variability of loneliness even controlling for further variables. Being female, not having a stable and consolidated relationship and not participating in the labor force represent some risk factors affecting loneliness which should be taken into account in further research.
Kleinian envy and gratitude
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The Writings of Melanie Klein. Volume III. LOVE, GUILT AND REPARATION. AND OTHER WORKS. ENVY AND GRATITUDE. AND OTHER WORKS.
Kleinian envy and gratitude
This article is only available in the PDF format. Download the PDF to view the article, as well as its associated figures and tables. In this slender volume Mrs. Klein has set herself the task of exploring the earliest sources of two attitudes—envy and gratitude.