The Fun For Wellness team is headed by University of Miami Professor Isaac Prilleltensky, who is an expert in the field of well-being, and by Michigan State University Professor Nick Myers, who is an expert in research methods and statistical analyses.

If you want to read a fun book that reinforces the ideas in this program, check out Isaac Prilleltensky's new book : The Laughing Guide to Well-Being: Using Humor and Science to Become Happier and Healthier


Fun For Wellness (FFW) has been the subject of a Randomized Controlled Trial. Applying Complier Average Causal Effect (CACE) analyses, we found that people who meaningfully engaged with FFW experienced more positive growth than some control group participants in the interpersonal, psychological, economic, and community domains of well-being. In addition, these participants reported engaging in more actions related to physical health and interpersonal well-being. Finally, participants reported improved self-efficacy in terms of health and wellness.

Please review the following papers that describe the Fun For Wellness research studies:

1.  Efficacy of the Fun For Wellness Online Intervention to Promote Multidimensional Well-Being: a Randomized Controlled Trial

2.  Well-being self-efficacy and complier average causal effect estimation:A substantive-methodological synergy

3. Efficacy of the fun for wellness online intervention to promote well-being actions: A secondary data analysis


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