University of Hertfordshire

Fostering wellbeing

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Fostering wellbeing. / Daniels, Kevin; Bryan, Mark; Connolly, Sara; Gedikli, Cigdem; Tregaskis, Olga; Watson, David.

9 ed. Bristol : Science Impact Ltd, 2017. 3 p. (Impact).

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Harvard

Daniels, K, Bryan, M, Connolly, S, Gedikli, C, Tregaskis, O & Watson, D 2017, Fostering wellbeing. Impact, vol. 2017, 9 edn, Science Impact Ltd, Bristol. https://doi.org/10.21820/23987073.2017.9.42

APA

Daniels, K., Bryan, M., Connolly, S., Gedikli, C., Tregaskis, O., & Watson, D. (2017). Fostering wellbeing. (9 ed.) (Impact). Bristol: Science Impact Ltd. https://doi.org/10.21820/23987073.2017.9.42

Vancouver

Daniels K, Bryan M, Connolly S, Gedikli C, Tregaskis O, Watson D. Fostering wellbeing. 9 ed. Bristol: Science Impact Ltd, 2017. 3 p. (Impact). https://doi.org/10.21820/23987073.2017.9.42

Author

Daniels, Kevin ; Bryan, Mark ; Connolly, Sara ; Gedikli, Cigdem ; Tregaskis, Olga ; Watson, David. / Fostering wellbeing. 9 ed. Bristol : Science Impact Ltd, 2017. 3 p. (Impact).

Bibtex

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