Bibliometric Analysis of Studies on Well-Being
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Universidad de Granada
Well-beingBibliometric analysisPositive psychologyHappinessVosviever
EliüşükBülbül , A. (2023).Bibliometric Analysis of Studies on Well-Being.Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers,Vol.14(4).223-233[DOI: 10.47750/jett.2023.14.04.019]
In this research, publications on "well-being" between 1993 and 2022 in the Web of Science database are examined. The bibliometric analysis technique was used in the study. As a result of the bibliometric analysis of 2390 articles evaluated, the following data were obtained: The year with the most written articles was 2021. It has been observed that there has been an increase in the number of articles since 2008. The four authors most cited were Ryff, Diener E., Ryan, and Seligman. The top four institutions cited are University College London, Melbourne University, Sydney University, Monash University and Oxford University. The top four publishing institutions are as follows, respectively. Melbourne University, University College London, Monash University and Sydney University. The four most cited countries are the USA, the UK, Australia and the Netherlands, while the four most publishing countries are the UK, USA, Australia and Spain. The top four most cited journals are Personality and individual differences, Ageing & Society, Plos One, and Frontiers in Psychology, respectively. The top four journals with the most publications are as follows: Frontiers in Psychology, International Journal of the Environment, Plos One and Personality and individual differences.