Frank Martela
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The three meanings of meaning in life: Distinguishing coherence, purpose, and significance
F Martela, MF Steger
The Journal of Positive Psychology 11 (5), 531-545, 2016
The benefits of benevolence: Basic psychological needs, beneficence, and the enhancement of well‐being
F Martela, RM Ryan
Journal of personality 84 (6), 750-764, 2016
Sisäinen motivaatio
F Martela, K Jarenko
Tulevaisuuden työssä tuottavuus ja innostus kohtaavat. Eduskunnan …, 2014
Significant work is about self-realization and broader purpose: Defining the key dimensions of meaningful work
F Martela, AB Pessi
Frontiers in psychology 9, 363, 2018
Meaningfulness as satisfaction of autonomy, competence, relatedness, and beneficence: Comparing the four satisfactions and positive affect as predictors of meaning in life
F Martela, RM Ryan, MF Steger
Journal of happiness studies 19, 1261-1282, 2018
Clarifying the concept of well-being: Psychological need satisfaction as the common core connecting eudaimonic and subjective well-being
F Martela, KM Sheldon
Review of General Psychology 23 (4), 458-474, 2019
Draivi: Voiko sisäistä motivaatiota johtaa
F Martela, K Jarenko, L Järvilehto
Helsinki: Talentum, 2015
Prosocial behavior increases well-being and vitality even without contact with the beneficiary: Causal and behavioral evidence
F Martela, RM Ryan
Motivation and emotion 40, 351-357, 2016
Autonomy, competence, relatedness, and beneficence: A multicultural comparison of the four pathways to meaningful work
F Martela, TJJ Riekki
Frontiers in psychology 9, 327587, 2018
Itseohjautuvuus: Miten organisoitua tulevaisuudessa
F Martela, K Jarenko
Helsinki: Alma Talent 30, 2023, 2017
Fallible inquiry with ethical ends-in-view: A pragmatist philosophy of science for organizational research
F Martela
Organization Studies 36 (4), 537-563, 2015
What makes self-managing organizations novel? Comparing how Weberian bureaucracy, Mintzberg’s adhocracy, and self-organizing solve six fundamental problems of organizing
F Martela
Journal of Organization Design 8 (1), 1-23, 2019
Valonöörit: Sisäisen motivaation käsikirja
F Martela
Helsinki: Gummerus 56, 2015
The Nordic exceptionalism: What explains why the Nordic countries are constantly among the happiest in the world
F Martela, B Greve, B Rothstein, J Saari
World happiness report 2020, 129-146, 2020
Onnellisuuksien psykologia
F Martela
Positiivisen psykologian voima, 2014
Eudaimonia as a way of living: Connecting Aristotle with self-determination theory
RM Ryan, F Martela
Handbook of eudaimonic well-being, 109-122, 2016
Motivating voluntary compliance to behavioural restrictions: Self-determination theory–based checklist of principles for COVID-19 and other emergency communications
F Martela, N Hankonen, RM Ryan, M Vansteenkiste
European Review of Social Psychology 32 (2), 305-347, 2021
Distinguishing between basic psychological needs and basic wellness enhancers: The case of beneficence as a candidate psychological need
F Martela, RM Ryan
Motivation and Emotion 44 (1), 116-133, 2020
Itseohjautuvuus ja työn imu Suomessa-Onko itseohjautuvuus työhyvinvoinnin vai pahoinvoinnin lähde?
F Martela, J Hakanen, N Hoang, J Vuori
Aalto University, 2021
What makes work meaningful? Longitudinal evidence for the importance of autonomy and beneficence for meaningful work
F Martela, M Gómez, W Unanue, S Araya, D Bravo, A Espejo
Journal of vocational behavior 131, 103631, 2021
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