Organization profile

Organisation profile

Head of Psychological Well Being research Laboratory
Prof. Aistė Diržytė

Analyze social, economic, demographic, geopolitical, cultural, religious, educational, biological, and psychological factors of psychological well being to foster a thriving individual and society.

A multifaceted centre of national and international research on psychological well being, committed to both science and services to society, providing a bridge between social scientists and educators, community leaders, and policy makers, promoting development of innovative, inclusive, sustainable and compassionate society.

Research Priorities:

  • Psychological well-being interventions
  • Psycho-educational
  • Psychotherapy
  • Empowerment
  • Psychological well-being in organizations
  • Private sector
  • Public Sector
  • Leadership and psychological well-being
  • Psychological well-being of the vulnerable groups
  • Victims, witnesses
  • Offenders, convicts
  • Prevention of secondary victimization
  • Psychological well-being across the lifespan
  • Children, Youth, Older age
  • Sustainability and psychological well-being
  • Sustainable Behavior
  • Corporate Social Responsibility
  • Psychological factors in social welfare
  • Strengths, opportunities
  • Weaknesses, threats
  • Psychological well-being and health
  • Physical, Mental
  • Ensuring psychological well-being in health care system
  • Psychological well-being and innovations
  • Mobile applications
  • Social Technologies
  • Creative industries
  • Socio - economic - demographic factors of psychological well-being
  • Impact of income, assets, debts
  • Migration processes
  • Gender, education, marital status
  • Psychological factors related to psychological well being
  • Cognitive, Emotional, Behavioral
  • Positive states and traits: compassion, gratitude, psychological capital

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    Research Output

    • 58 Article
    • 1 Chapter (peer-reviewed)

    A cross-cultural perspective on the relationships between emotional separation, parental trust, and identity in adolescents

    Sugimura, K., Crocetti, E., Hatano, K., Kaniusonyte, G., Hihara, S. & Zukauskiene, R., 2018, In : Journal of Youth and Adolescence. p. 749-759

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 4 Citations (Scopus)
  • 3 Citations (Scopus)
    Open Access