Professor Brian R. Little
Professor Brian R. Little
People Analytics Wharton School University of Pennsylvania
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Personal projects: A rationale and method for investigation
BR Little
Environment and behavior 15 (3), 273-309, 1983
Personal projects, happiness, and meaning: on doing well and being yourself.
I McGregor, BR Little
Journal of personality and social psychology 74 (2), 494, 1998
International preferences in selecting mates: A study of 37 cultures
DM Buss, M Abbott, A Angleitner, A Asherian, A Biaggio, ...
Journal of cross-cultural psychology 21 (1), 5-47, 1990
Personal projects analysis: Trivial pursuits, magnificent obsessions, and the search for coherence
BR Little
Personality psychology: Recent trends and emerging directions, 15-31, 1989
Perceived life satisfaction and the organization of personal project systems.
TS Palys, BR Little
Journal of personality and Social Psychology 44 (6), 1221, 1983
Do personality traits apply to social behaviour?
M Argyle, BR Little
Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 1972
Personality and personal projects: Linking Big Five and PAC units of analysis
BR Little, L Leccl, B Watkinson
Journal of personality 60 (2), 501-525, 1992
Personal project pursuit: Goals, action, and human flourishing
BR Little, K Salmela-Aro, SD Phillips
Psychology Press, 2017
Personal projects and the distributed self: Aspects of a conative psychology
BR Little
Psychological Perspectives on the Self, Volume 4, 157-186, 2014
Personality and motivation: Personal action and the conative evolution.
BR Little
Guilford Press, 1999
Personal project pursuit: Dimensions and dynamics of personal meaning.
BR Little
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, 1998
Personality and the environment
BR Little
Handbook of environmental psychology 1 (7), 205-244, 1987
Occupations and well-being: A study of personal projects
CH Christiansen, C Backman, BR Little, A Nguyen
The American Journal of Occupational Therapy 53 (1), 91-100, 1999
Prompt and circumstance: The generative contexts of personal projects analysis
BR Little
Personal project pursuit, 3-50, 2017
Psychological man as scientist, humanist and specialist.
BR Little
Journal of experimental Research in Personality, 1972
Specialization and the varieties of environmental experience: Empirical studies within the personality paradigm
BR Little
Experiencing the environment, 81-116, 1976
Free Traits and Personal Contexts: Expanding a Social Ecological Model of Well-Being1
BR Little
Person-environment psychology, 87-116, 2000
The methodology of personal projects analysis: Four modules and a funnel
BR Little, TL Gee
Personal Project Pursuit, 51-94, 2017
Personal projects, life stories, and happiness: On being true to traits
I McGregor, DP McAdams, BR Little
Journal of Research in Personality 40 (5), 551-572, 2006
Dimensional specificity in the prediction of subjective well-being: Personal projects in pursuit of the PhD
TA Pychyl, BR Little
Social Indicators Research 45, 423-473, 1998
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