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ASTUDY of HAPPINESS
BCONCEPT of HAPPINESS
CMEASUREMENT of HAPPINESS
DPREVALENCE of HAPPINESS
ECORRELATION of HAPPINESS and LOCATION
FCORRELATION of HAPPINESS and SOCIETY
GCORRELATION of HAPPINESS and SOCIAL STATUS
HCORRELATION of HAPPINESS and INTIMATE TIES
ICORRELATION of HAPPINESS and CAPABILITIES
JCORRELATION of HAPPINESS and PERSONALITY
KCORRELATION of HAPPINESS and PREFERENCES
LCORRELATION of HAPPINESS and BEHAVIOR: What happy people do
MCORRELATION of HAPPINESS and HAPPENINGS
NCORRELATION of HAPPINESS and LIFE HISTORY
OCORRELATION of HAPPINESS and SATISFACTIONS
PDETERMINANTS OF HAPPINESS
QCONSEQUENCES of HAPPINESS: Effects of enjoying life or not
RPURSUIT of HAPPINESS
SVIEWS ON ONE'S OWN HAPPINESS (beliefs about happines, not actual happiness)
TVIEWS ON HAPPINESS IN PUBLIC OPINION: Sociology of happiness ideas
UVIEWS ON HAPPINESS IN PHILOSOPHY

ASTUDY of HAPPINESS    
CodeDescriptionKeywordsEligible for findings archive 
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  Research field, strand003
AaDevelopment of happiness researchdevelopment of happiness research, annals, chronology, seminal0129
Aa01Prominence of happiness as a research topicinterest in happiness0427
AbProblems in the study of happiness003
AcQuestions and approachesperspectives, views on happiness, questions on happiness, theory0115
AdRelevancesignificance, importance1339
AeReviews of the literature on happinessstate of the art, overview, literature survey, research synthesis58184
Ae01Bibliographiesliterature review, reference work,1015
AfMethods used in happiness research (other than cross-sections)methodology, statistics1314
Af01Cross national studies on happinesscross cultural, trans-national3218971459
Af02Experimental studies on happinesstrial, test24117322
Af03Longitudinal studies on happinessover time, repeated observation, wave, cross-sectional125143485
Af03.01Follow-up of individualspanel132560956
Af03.02Trend in categoriescohort, time series59209294
Af04Meta-analysisquantitative research synthesis, review91275
Af04.01Methods in meta-analysis of happiness01150
Af05Multi-level studies on happiness85168
Af06Multi-moment assessment of happinessrepeated observation of momentary experience, beeper, electronic73255
Af06.01Experience sampling (ESM)1454101
Af06.02Day reconstruction moment (DRM)diary, yesterday52544
Af07Qualitative studies on happinessactor perspective, focussed interview, eye of beholder, story51794
Af08Instrumental variable analysis011
AgResearch infrastructure for happinessfacilities, organization000
Ag01Data setsprimary data, data archive, secundary analysis215
Ag02Findings archivedata archive, database, repository0011
Ag03Research organizations involved with happinessresearch associations, institutes001
AhPublics: some much studied populationssocial categories, groups, population013
Ah01Happiness in age-groupsgeneration, maturation2311
Ah01.01In childrenyouth71253
Ah01.01.01Infantsbaby161332
Ah01.01.02Pre-school childrenkindergarten, toddler, nursery, play school259
Ah01.01.03Basic school childrenelementary school, primary school, school age102582
Ah01.01.04High school pupils, adolescentssecondary school, teen agers, gframmer school45168408
Ah01.01.05Children with disabilitieshandicap, retarded, special education004
Ah01.02In young adults30+, twenties, school leavers43045
Ah01.03In middle aged peoplemid life, 40+, 50+11124
Ah01.04In elderly peopleaged, retired, 65+, seniors, pensioners1712571202
Ah02Happiness in non-modern peoplehunter-gatherers, primitive01325
Ah03Happiness in patientsdisabeled, handicapped, ill, sick, in treatment025
Ah03.01Alcoholicsdependency011
Ah04Happiness in studentscollege, university, school, tertiary education62206536
Ah05Happiness in twinsmonozygotic, dizygotic81439
Ah06Happiness in unemployed peoplejobless011
Ah07Happiness in working people000
AiTopics in the study of happinesssubject, issue001
Ai01Allocation efficiency; difference in happiness of people with random preference patternharmony, consistency, congruity, conflict011
Ai01.01Environmental efficiency of wellbeingcosts of happiness022
Ai02Contingenciesdifference in correlation across publics and situations046
Ai03Difference in effects on happy/unhappy peopleshape of relationship011
Ai04Financial equivalencecost, money value, monetary compensation, utility calculation144569
Ai05Happiness in historyannals, chronology, past, review119
Ai06Inequality of happinessdispersion, spread, standard deviation143663
Ai07Similarity in happinessequality, sameness011
BCONCEPT of HAPPINESS    
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  idea, conception, construct, notion, theory1221
BaProblems of conceptualizing happinessdelineate, define, describe007
BbMeanings of the word happinessconnotations, semiology2024
Bb01Meanings in common languageetiology, use of word, speech, folk concepts2538
Bb02Meanings in scientific languageformal definition, delineation4679
Bb03Children's concepts of happinessnotion, belief, perception, understanding103
BcDefinition of happinessconceptualisation, denotation, description0013
BdAspects of happinesselements of happiness, components0212
Bd01Components of happinessstructure of happiness, constitutuve elements, kinds, variants. Affective wellbeing, hedonic level of affect, average mood, cognitive component, contentment, volitional wellbeing181670
Bd02Variable aspects of happinessfeatures of happiness119
Bd02.01Appropriatenessapt, correct, proper, right, wrong, functional003
Bd02.02Certaintyambiguity, doubt, equivical000
Bd02.03Stabilityconstancy, permanence000
BeDifference with wider notions of wellbeingdivergence, hedonic vs eudaimonic0342
CMEASUREMENT of HAPPINESS    
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  assessment, indicator, quantification, rating0214
CaReviews of literature on measurement of happinessliterature survey002
Ca01Reviews of measures used in particular populations (place, time, people)state of the art, literature002
CbMeasurability of happinessmeasurable, measurably, mensurable3439
Cb01Validity of happiness measurementsbias, bilivability, credibility, soundness, trustworthy10837
Cb01.01Validity doubtsqualms, reservations001
Cb01.01.01Do people distinguish between happiness and related matters?conceptual differentiation, confusion, mix up012
Cb01.01.02Do people know their true happiness?concious, false happiness, self understanding, introspection007
Cb01.01.03Do people respond to questions about happinessdon't know. no answer, non-response, reluctance, reservation DK/NA023
Cb01.01.04Do people report honestly about their happiness?desirability bias, truthfulness51134
Cb01.01.05How do people interpret questions on happiness?interpretation, meaning001
Cb01.01.06Is happiness sufficiently stable?constant, shifty, unsteady, variable134
Cb01.02Can happiness indicators be validated?gauged, checked, controlled1510
Cb02Reliability of happiness measurementserror, consistence, flaw, reproducible, trustworthy, weakness41734
Cb02.01Sources of biasdistortion, inaccuracy000
Cb02.01.01Anonymitypresence of others, privacy, social desirability011
Cb02.01.02Contextual biassituational influences11930
Cb02.01.03Conversational biaseffect of interview003
Cb02.01.04Day of the weekweekend effect, midweek effect, Monday effect, Fruyday effect TGIF089
Cb02.01.05Effects of follow-up interviewspanel conditioning011
Cb02.01.06Effect of weather during interviewcloud, sunshine, rain, temperature088
Cb02.01.07Interviewer biasinterrogation problems226
Cb02.01.08Method effectstechnique of assesment52134
Cb02.01.09Mood state biasfeeling bias003
Cb02.01.10Response shiftanswer change over time001
Cb02.01.11Response style biasanswer style, response tendency2615
Cb02.01.12Retrospective biasfalse memory, memory distortion, recollection022
Cb02.02Correction of biascontrol, rectification236
Cb03Comparability of happiness measurementsdifference, equivalence, similarity2311
Cb03.01Comparability across measuresequivalence014
Cb03.01.01Techniques for improving comparabilitystandardization, homogeinization, scale interval method, reference distribution method, Thurstone method, linear stretch1617
Cb03.02Comparison across populations000
Cb03.02.01Comparison across nations/languagescross-cultural comparison133081
Cb03.02.02Comparison across personsinter personal comparison1212
Cb03.02.03Comparison over timelongitudinal, over time014
Cb04Measurement problemsmeasurement, quantification, psycho-metric015
Cb04.01Cardinal treatment of ordinal measurementequidistance022
Cb04.02Scalability025
Cb04.03Single questionsitem, multiple questions101
Cb04.04Representativenesssampling error000
Cb04.04.01Selectivity in non-response to questions about happinessdon't know, no answer, DK/NA035
Cb04.04.02Selectivity in panel drop-out001
Cb04.04.03Imputation of missing casesrepresentativeness001
Cb04.05Response behaviordrop-out, refusal, no answer022
Cb04.05.01Answer timeease of response011
CcMeasures of overall happinesslife satisfaction, life as a whole, global judgement5226
Cc01Self-report on direct questionsright away, obtrusive, straight, not indirect, self rating, self report2419
Cc01.01Closed questionsmultiple choice, forced response, pre coded, response options3924
Cc01.01.01Content of questionssubject, wording, lead question103
Cc01.01.02Rating scalesresponse options11229
Cc01.01.03Repeated questionsexperience sampling, multiple moment measurement011
Cc01.01.04Time-frame of questionstemporal reference114
Cc01.02Open questionsfree response, open ended035
Cc01.02.01Life chartlife graph004
Cc01.02.02Focused interviewdiscursive interrogation, qualitative, targeted114
Cc01.02.03Sentence completionprojective measure000
Cc02Self-report on indirect questioningconstucted, implied, inferred, inventory, scale, test, unobtrusive0110
Cc02.01Enjoyed activitiestime use013
Cc02.02Memory balancereminiscence, retrospection, good and bad001
Cc02.03Projective measuresTAT, Rorschach, sentence completion048
Cc02.04Semantic differential scaleslife aspects, index, questionnaire, words202
Cc02.05Summed satisfaction with life aspectsaggregate, composite, index, multiple item, scale, questionnaire61465
Cc03Content-analysis of ego-documentsbiographies, diaries, letters, tweets001
Cc04Rating by othersexternal assessment, other rating, peer rating,4627
CdMeasures of hedonic levelaffect, affect balance, affective component, emotional, feeling, mood3216
Cd01Self-report on direct questionsinterogation, interview, item, right away, self report, straight000
Cd01.01Questions on how one generally feelsdaily mood, mood level, self report127
Cd01.02Repeated questions on mood of the momentbeeper, diary, ecological assesment, experience sampling EMS, multiple-moment measurement, time sampling31534
Cd02Self-report on indirect questionsimplied, inferred, inventory, scale, test, unobtrusive001
Cd02.01Average of specific affectsinventory, scale, semantic differential, summed affect023
Cd02.02Balance of positive and negative affectabs, affect balance scale, mood level81958
Cd02.03Projective indicatorsTAT, Rorschach, sentence completion023
Cd02.04Time happy/unhappyups downs, mood112
Cd03Rating by othersexternal assesment, peer rating, expert ratingh, staff rating, teacher rating, parent rating131749
Cd03.01Rating of mood from face/voicebehavioural indication, body language004
Cd03.02Rating of mood from word usevalence of words003
CeMeasures of contentmentcognitive component, perceived realization of wants, volitional wellbeing013
Ce01Self-report000
Ce01.01Self-report on direct questionitem135
Ce01.02Self-report on indirect questionsinferred, index, inventory, scale027
Ce02Rating by othersexternal assessment, expert rating, peer rating216
CfMixed measures of happinesscomposite measures, mixed measures, multiple aspect measures2619
Cf01Self-reportitem000
Cf01.01Single direct questionsitem, self report102
Cf01.02Multiple direct questionsindex, inventory, scale, test4627
Cf01.03Focused interviewdiscursive interrogation, targeted001
Cf01.04Self-report on indirect questionsinferred, contructed, not straightforward014
Cf02Rating by othersexternal assessment, peer rating, expert rating3111
CgCorrespondence of happiness ratingsequivalence, similarity, association, correlation1819
Cg01Affect-contentment configurationcombination, configuration11014
Cg02Factor structure of happiness inventoriescluster, scale structure, multiple questions122696
Cg03Intercorrelations between happiness indicatorsassociation, statistical relation2584144
ChAggregate measures of happiness in collectivitiescumulative, combined, summed, total, collective126
Ch01Average happinessdistribution, central tendency, mean happiness, greatest number102
Ch02Happy Life Yearshappiness adjusted life years, haly. hly5416
Ch03Inequality in happinessdisparity, dispersion, unequal, standard deviation, spread3616
Ch04Inequality-adjusted happinessiah126
Ch05Time unhappyu-index012
CiDerived measures (at individual level)constructed, destilled022
Ci01Happy life yearsHLY. HALY, Happiness Adjusted Life Years0711
Ci02Stability of happinessvariability, permanence000
Ci03Thriving/sufferingGallup index001
CjIndicators of public moodopinion climate, sentiment, spirit of the age, Zeitgeist016
Cj01Hedonic tone in public communicationsBig data, valance of words116
CkMeasures of life appraisals other than happinessinvalid000
Ck01Multiple questions involving invalid onesinventory, scale, test,1617
Ck01.01Adjustment scaleseudaimonic, living well, positive mental health, quality of life, wellbeing2548
Ck01.02Health related quality-of-lifeHQOL, patient reported outcomes, PRO71562
Ck01.03Morale in old ageadjustment to old age, succesful ageing3344
Ck01.04Use of anti-depressivespsychopharmicals001
ClPhenomenology of happinesslived experience, mental gestalt of happiness2229
CmUses of happiness measuresapplications014
CnMeasures of happiness RECODEindicators, tests005
DPREVALENCE of HAPPINESS    
CodeDescriptionKeywordsEligible for findings archive 
   EnteredWaitingNumber of Publications
  distribution, epidemiology, frequency, occurance, predominance228
DaDo people evaluate their life?assess, judge137
Da01Do people have an idea of happiness?aware, concious, evaluation, judge114
Da02Certainty of happinesssure, unambiguous000
DbAre people typically positive about their life?favorable, negative, neutral, rosy5528
DcHow stable is happiness?constant, fixed, set point, trait, unstable, changing, short lived, long term163587
Dc01How permanent are happiness judgments?stable, trait2930104
Dc02In what conditions the most stable?circumstances, preconditions31422
Dc03Is stability better than instability?value022
DdDivergence in components of happinessaffective-cognitive, need-want discrepancy033
DeLevel of happiness: how happy are people?average, degree, level, meam125
De01In placesarea, region, territory000
De01.01Worldglobal, earth, world wide0911
De01.02Parts of the worldcontinent162750
De01.03Nationscountry, land, state229270558
De01.03.01Stability of nation ranking011
De01.04Regionsdistrict, canton, county, province, territory3974126
De01.05Citiestown, urban, capital, metropolis, suburb122951
De01.06Quartersparts of cities, districts, municipality, ward022
De02In publics in nationscategory, group7615
De02.01Happiness in age groups in nationsgeneration, cohort000
De02.01.01Happiness of children in nationsyouth, kids, teenager, baby, todler, infant11213
De02.01.02Happiness of adolescents in nationsteenager, youth, puberty, student, pupil6814
De02.01.03Happiness in young adults in nationstwens000
De02.01.04Happiness of working aged people in nationsworkforce337
De02.01.05Happiness of elderly in nationsaged, elders, old, pensioners1812
De02.02Happiness of ethnic groups in nationsallochtone, autochtone, minority, race, culture, language, migrants2410
De02.03Happiness in males/femalesgender, sexe055
De03Most/least happy types in nationswinners, loosers011
DfInequality of happiness: how different?divergence, dispersion, spread, standard deviation000
Df01Inequality of happiness in nations022
Df02Inequality of happiness in regions034
Df03Inequality of happiness in publics012
DgHow long and happy do people live?happiness adjusted life years, haly, happy life years hly. happy life expectancy, apparent livability4717
Dg01Happy life years in placesarea, district, region, territory000
Dg02Happy life years in publicscategory, group, people000
Dg03Happy life years over timetrend HLY011
DhDoes happiness change over time?development, drift, era, longitudinal, period, stage, trend136
Dh01Trend of happiness in placesarea, region, territory51026
Dh01.01Trend in national happinesscountry, state, land142241429
Dh01.02Trend in regional happinessarea, county, district, territory83247
Dh01.03Trend happiness in citiestown, urban, capital, metropolis, municipality259
Dh02Trend happiness in publicsgroup, social category31922
Dh02.01Trend happiness in males and females01113
Dh02.02Trend happiness in age groupscohort, generation, working age, retired, adolexcents, children, youth, middle aged, elderly, old21821
Dh02.03Trend happiness among unemployedidle, jobless033
Dh02.04Trend happiness in ethnic groupsallochtone, autochtone, migrant, minority, race089
Dh02.05Trend in marital categoriesmarried, separated, single, divorced, widow, never married224
Dh02.06Trend in socio-economic stratacast, class, rank, status235
Dh02.07Ttrend among working peoplework force000
Dh03Trend in conditions for happinesscontingence, development, drift, over-time51321
Dh04Trend inequality in happinessdispersion, standard deviation247
Dh04.01Trend inequality in happiness across nationsinternational convergence, divergence022
Dh04.02Trend inequality of happiness within nations4610
Dh04.02.01Trend difference in inequality within nations across nationsconvergence, divergence022
Dh04.03Trend inequality of happiness in publics033
Dh05Happiness in historical timesHappiness in earlier generations112
ECORRELATION of HAPPINESS and LOCATION    
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  habitability, livability, living environment, milieu, surroundings157
EaHappiness and natural environmentecology, nature0611
Ea01Climate/Seasonatmospheric conditions, cold, dry, hot, latitude, temperature, rain, weather, wet72235
Ea01.01Summer/winter timetime schedule033
Ea01.02Variability of weather conditionsdrought, storm, climate change000
Ea01.03Temperaturecold, hot, warm, moderate011
Ea02Naturecountryside, biotope, rural, urban01013
Ea02.01Scenic beautylandscape, surroundings035
Ea02.02Urban greenpark, garden, trees056
Ea03Pollutionsmog, contamination, toxic waste, litter121331
Ea04Sustainabilitylong-term, exhaustion of natural resources023
EbHappiness and built environmentcity, buildings, streets, town, urban068
Eb01Housingaccommodation, appartment, dwelling, flat, home, house, room4411
Eb01.01Architecture001
Eb02Urbanitypopulation density, suburban, metropolis046
Eb02.01Compactnessdensity, crowding, sprawl, people per square kilometer011
Eb02.02Size of the townConurbation, urban sprawl, mega city, metropolis, village, population density61018
Eb02.03Sub-urbanresidential, up-town, sleep town, outer, out-of-town012
Eb02.04Urban/ruralcity, town, countryside, suburb172362
Eb02.05Remotenessisolation011
EcHappiness in local societycommunity, district, municipality, neighbourhood, parish, ward13728
Ec01Local economymarket, production, subsistence, trade, wealth022
Ec01.01Local economic growthprosperity, development, decline, recession, business cycle011
Ec01.02Local income differenceinequality, dispersion61117
Ec01.03Openness of local economyglobalization011
Ec01.04Local prosperityaffluence, deprivation, poverty, wealth8719
Ec01.05Local unemploymentidle, jobless, welfare055
Ec01.06Local social enterprisescooperatives, sustainable economy000
Ec02Local facilitiesamenities, infrastructure, services, public goods, tertiary sector, underserved, disadvantaged2815
Ec02.01Local health caremedical, curation, prevention101
Ec02.02Local water supplypotable, tap water112
Ec02.03Local transportaccess, bus, metro, mobility, public transport, road and rail network, train, transfer012
Ec02.03.01Local traffic jamsrush our, queUe011
Ec02.04Distance to local facilitiesisolated, remote,112
Ec03Local healthpublic health, illness011
Ec04Local segregationdiscrimination, apartheid, exclusion, ghetto123
Ec05Local social tiessocial capital, local social cohesion011
Ec06Local stressorsburden, pressure, problem, strain01214
Ec06.01Industrybusiness, plants, trade000
Ec06.01.01Renewable energy plantsbiomass, geothermal, hydroelectric, solar, windmil011
Ec06.02Tourismhospitality, hotel, recreation, sight seeing, monuments, visitors011
Ec06.03Noise011
Ec06.04Crimeassoult, gangs, theft,011
EdNeighborhoodarea, district, locality, neighborhood211169
Ed01Ethnic homogeneitysegregation, separation, ghetto, isolation012
Ed02Neighborhood incomereference income000
EeHappiness and regionarea, county, department, province, state62942
Ee01Cohesion in regionsocial capital, social stability, anarchy, disintegration000
Ee01.01Ethnic diversity in regionsegregation, separation, ghetto, isolation011
Ee01.01.01Migrants in regioninflux000
Ee01.02Regional social capitalsocial cohesion, participation011
Ee02Culture in regionbeliefs, civilization, custom, ideas, values, national character000
Ee02.01Religiousness in regionchurch, faith, religion, spirituality011
Ee03Demography in regionpopulation composition000
Ee03.01Regional marriage ratecouples, married011
Ee03.02Regional migrant rateinflux, migrants, mobility022
Ee03.03Regional population densitycrowding, people per square kilometer011
Ee04Economy in the regionbusines, financial, market, production, subsistence, trade, wealth012
Ee04.01Regional economic growthregional development022
Ee04.02Regional economic innovationcreativity, development033
Ee04.03Regional economic prosperityaffluence, wealth, economic development134
Ee04.04Regional income differencesdispersion, inequality067
Ee04.05Regional poverty ratelow income, deprivation011
Ee04.06Regional investmentdevelopment, venture022
Ee04.07Regional price levelcost of living011
Ee04.08Regional tourismattractions, recreation, museum, parc, sight seeing, travel, vacationing001
Ee04.09Regional unemployment rateemployment088
Ee05Environment in the regiongreen, nature, sustainable055
Ee05.01Regional eco-energygreen economy, sustainable011
Ee06Government in regiongovernment consumption011
Ee06.01Regional decentralization011
Ee07Livability of regionapparent livability000
Ee07.01Health in regionpublic health000
Ee07.02Obesity in regionoverweight011
Ee07.03Regional suicide rate000
Ee08Personality in regionpersonality type022
Ee09Politics in regiongovernance, legislation, policy, rule000
Ee09.01Regional democracyreferendum145
Ee10Public goods in regionamenities, collective care, communal, free facilities, third sector, government services, welfare000
Ee10.01Regional amenitieslivability, attractions, provisions022
Ee10.02Regional social securitydecommodification, social insurance011
Ee11Relational pattern in regionstem family, nuclear family000
Ee12Safety in regionsecurity, protection, danger000
Ee12.01Regional crime ratecorruption, murder, theft077
Ee13Regional difference in correlates of happinessconditions for happiness, contingences000
FCORRELATION of HAPPINESS and SOCIETY    
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  nation, culture, civilization, society, nacro level01116
FaHappiness and kind of societycivilization, culture, social order, nation, country192371
Fa01Joint macro social effectssociety, culture2513
Fa01.01Kinds of effectdeterminant, influence, outcomes, result001
Fa01.02Macro level models011
Fa02Conditions for happiness in nations: how universal?cross-national, comparative, cross cultural, cultural difference0711
Fa02.01Differences in conditions for happinesscircumstances, contingences195286
Fa02.01.01Outer conditionsenvironmental, external046
Fa02.01.02Inner conditionsinternal, psychological0513
Fa02.02Differences in ways of evaluating lifeappraisal of life2821
Fa03Institutional qualitycompetence, stability, predictability033
Fa04Social problemsconflict, inequality, poverty, protest114
FbChange in societyrevolution, shift, transform72641
Fb01Social progressdevelopment, modernization, regression015
FcCohesion in nationcooperation, social capital, social stability, anarchy, disintegration32027
Fc01Civic organizationcivil, communal, voluntary organization123
Fc01.01Charityaltruism, donation, generosity, giving, philantropy033
Fc02Common eventsfestivities, festivals, happenings, collective experience, ritual011
Fc03Conflictclash, disagreement, discord, opposition, tension, ingroup outgroup123
Fc04Homogeneitysimilar, uniform, heterogenous, homogeneous135
Fc05Minority problemsethnicity, migrants, race101
Fc06NationalismEthnocentrism022
Fc07Trustconfidence, faith32228
FdCulture in the nationbeliefs, civilization, custom, ideas, values, national character142255
Fd01Attitudesbelief, opinion, stance011
Fd01.01Alienationisolation, distancing, estrangement024
Fd01.02Happiness attitudestance to enjoyment of life000
Fd01.02.01Fear of happinesshappiness anxiety000
Fd01.02.02Preference for happinesshedonism, value of happinesds000
Fd01.03Pessimismcynic, doom, negativity, optimism203
Fd02Cultural diversityculture conflict, disagreement, mono-culture, multi-cultural, variety, uniformity124
Fd03Individualism/collectivismgroup oriented7744
Fd04Meaninggoal, purpose011
Fd05Moralityethical, fair, just022
Fd06Religiousnesschurch, faith, mosk, religion, spirituality61724
Fd07Valuesprinciples, ethics, morals, standard5816
Fd07.01Autonomyfreedom, self direction235
Fd07.02CompetitivenessAchievement motivation, need to excell, win101
Fd07.03Family valuesFamilism, traditional/liberal011
Fd07.04Hedonismenjoyment, pleasure seeking, lust acceptance, frugality, austerity, epicureanism, abstinence129
Fd07.05Materialismacquisitiveness, golden calf, greed034
Fd07.06Work valuesProtestant ethic011
FeDemography in the nationage, birth, death, ethnic, gender, sex, income, education, migration, minority, social status, social rank102
Fe01Age compositionaging society000
Fe02Birth patternbirth-rate, fertility, infertility167
Fe02.01Birth controlfamily planning, contraception, abortion, sterilization012
Fe03E/immigrationmigration, move, refugee145
Fe04Genetic composition/distancegenetic variation033
Fe05Life expectancylongevity000
Fe06Population densitycrowding, people per square kilometer000
Fe07Racial compositionrace difference000
FfEconomy in the nationbusines, financial, market, production, subsistence, trade, wealth92256
Ff01Affluencewealth, affluence, rich, poverty3365160
Ff02Economic growth/declineboom, crisis, development, recession2558124
Ff02.01Consumer confidenceeconomic outlook033
Ff02.02Stock market pricesshare value012
Ff03Economic regime (Capitalism)capitalism, socialism, entrepreneur, free enterprise, market economy, state economy1212
Ff04Entrepreneurial climatecompetitiveness022
Ff05Equivalent income000
Ff06Inflationmoney safety, price rise, deflation31014
Ff07Price levelCosts of living011
Ff08Sustainability of the systemgreen economy112
Ff08.01Pollutionsmog, contamination, toxic waste, litter000
Ff08.02Sustainable energysolar, wind, water000
Ff09Tax regimeduty, fiscal, toll134
Ff09.01Tax complianceTax evasion011
Ff10Trade unionslabor union, syndicate134
Ff11Unemployment rateidle, jobless, employed, occupied72838
Ff12Working conditionswork environment000
Ff12.01Job protectionflexwork, tenure,167
Ff12.02Retirement agepension112
Ff12.03Self employedindependent, one person company012
Ff12.04Work hours work day, work week168
FgInequality in the nationdiscrimination, inequity145
Fg01Inequality of happinessinequality, dispersion5818
Fg01.01Differences across nationscross cultural variation216
Fg01.02Trends over timedevelopment, drift, historic, over-time448
Fg02Inequality of incomesdisparity, disproportion, dispersion, inequality85067
Fg03Inequality between sexes (women emancipation)gender equality, women rights, liberation, discrimination21318
Fg04Inequality in social prestigesocial stratification, social distance, social ladder, have have-not, ingroup outgroup7412
Fg05Social mobilitystatus change, inter-generational, intra-generational000
FhFreedom in the nationopportunity to choose529
Fh01Economic freedomfree trade, liberalism9615
Fh02Political freedomcivil liberties, rights7415
Fh03Private freedomcivil liberty, personal freedom439
FiGovernment in nation136
Fi01Centralizationdecentralization, unification, segregation235
Fi02Corruptionfavouritism, nepotism, white collar crime, shadow economy179
Fi03Quality of governmentgood governance,11821
Fi04Size of governmentadministration, big government,101022
FjPosition of the nationworld system, central peripheral, developed, power, ranking, reputation078
Fj01External threatsnatural disaster, international isolation, war5412
Fj01.01Involvement in warrmed conflict, peace, war, belligerent, neutral,214
Fj01.02Success in warrmed conflict, peace, war, victory, defeat000
Fj02Comparative quality-of-lifequality-of-life, welfare044
Fj02.01QOL in neighboring countriesSpill over, contagation022
Fj03Foreign aidDevelopment aid, donor, receipient022
Fj04Involvement in global societyOpen, closed, central, peiripheral, globalization, world system246
Fj05Reputation of country of originimage012
Fj06Relative wealth of nationaffluence, development, rich033
Fj07Tourist visits to countryvacationers, tourism011
FkKnowledge in nationintelligence, schooling, wisdom022
Fk01Educationschool, teaching, learning, 3410
Fk02IQintelligence quotient, test, wisdom069
FlLife style in the nationway of life, habitus011
Fl01Art of living in nationscoping, lifestyle011
Fl02Consumptionbuy, spend, use102
Fl02.01Alcohol useDrinking000
Fl02.02Smokinghealth behavior, stimulants022
Fl03Pace of lifefree time, relax, hurry, time stress, tense102
Fl04Sportsathletic, game, excersice112
FmLaw in the nationjustice001
Fm01Legal systemjuridical, law enforcement000
Fm02Property rightshaving, owner, posses, proprietor011
Fm03Rule of lawlaw enforcement, fair, just001
FnModernity of the nationcivilization, social development social progress142294
FoNature in nationbiological capital, environment012
FpPersonality in nationnational character, modal personality3814
Fp01Competitivenessachievement motivation, success, fear of failure224
Fp02Conformism in nationobedience, autonomy, self direction011
Fp03Openness011
Fp04Tightnessrigid, strict001
FqPolitics in the nationgovernment, policy, politics, regime5620
Fq01Democracydictatorship, egalitarian, liberal, suffrage, vote, oligarchy, theocracy41724
Fq02Political changeregime shift, revolution, restauration000
Fq03Ruling ideology/partyconservative, liberal, socialist, regime,011
Fq04Unrestconflict, instability, civil war, disintegration, protest, revolt, riots011
FrPublic goods in the nationamenities, collective care, communal, free facilities, third sector, government services, welfare022
Fr01Child carekindergarten, nursery044
Fr02Maternity leavepregnancy leave011
Fr03Mental health caretherapy, prevention, treatment011
Fr04Pension systemincome insurance, compulsory saving, state pension022
Fr05Social securitycharity, social security, welfare state144061
FsRelational patterns in nationfamily, marriage, relatives, friends, nuclaer, extended41423
Fs01Divorce rateseparation, marriage022
Fs02Family valuesfamily ideal033
Fs03Householdsdomestic, family, home, living together000
Fs04Public lifecivic, civil, not private, open011
Fs05Sex lifefree sex, sexual pattern, liberal, restrictive011
Fs05.01Acceptance of homo-sexbisexual, gay, lesbian,LTGB, same sex001
FtSafety in the nationsecurity, protection246
Ft01Crime rate011
Ft02Disastersfire, flood, earthquake, typhoon, accident011
FuSize of the nationlargeness, scope, surface, population033
FvTime regimeseason, schedule011
FwFurther indicators of livability of societylivable, livable, habitable, suitable, tolerable, unlivable2312
Fw01Anthropometric indicatorsheight, length, body size000
Fw02Mental healthsane, insane, disturbed, mad237
Fw02.01Depressionsadness, melancholy, season affective disorder001
Fw02.01.01Use of anti-depressivesmedication, medicine011
Fw03Physical healthable-bodied, disabled, fit, unimpaired, ill, sick225
Fw03.01Painache, hurt000
Fw04Public moodzeitgeist000
Fw05Suicideself-murder359
Fw06Time spend in unpleasant activitiesenjoyment, time happy, u-index101
GCORRELATION of HAPPINESS and SOCIAL STATUS    
CodeDescriptionKeywordsEligible for findings archive 
   EnteredWaitingNumber of Publications
  rank, position, class, level, category, standing192668
GaJoint effectsadvantaged, deprivation, disadvantaged, exclusion, marginal, high, low143051
GbGender sex, ascribed status,female, male, boys, girls, men, women, transgender3660155
Gb01Inter sexandrogynous, hermaphrodite, gender dysphoria000
Gb02Transgenderandrogeny, transsexual, unisex, queer101
GcAge generation, ascribed status, cohort36101210
Gc01Ageinggrow old, mature1448129
Gc02Chronological ageyear of birth, young, old, middle aged, elder112650
Gc03Young-old difference in happinessgeneration gap003
GdMinority statusethnicity, ascribed status, marginal, discrimination, religion, race, cast81142
Gd01Ethnicityrace. Minority, ethnic group2462125
Gd02Homelessbum, vagrant, street child002
Gd03Migrantsimmigrant, emigrant, refugee, expat, integration, discrimination5784207
Gd03.01ExpatsExpatriate, temporary migrant, migrant work002
Gd04Sexual orientationLesbian, gay, homo, transgender, transsexual000
Gd04.01Homosexualslesbian, gay, same sex1718
Gd05TranssexualsGender disphory, dender identity disorder, sex-reassignment000
GeIncome/poverty/wealthearnings, pay, means, salary, poor, rich, deprivation, wealth107235470
Ge01Debtsloan, mortage, ow035
Ge02Possessionsasset, having, holdong, propriety, wealth066
Ge03Source of incomerevenue123
Ge03.01Pensions, savingsassests000
Ge03.02Social securitybenefits, dole011
Ge03.03Workbusiness, employment, labor, job000
GfEducation school, learning2355120
GgOccupational prestigecareer, profession149
GhSocial rankstatus, position, class, caste, level, upper, lower, aristocracy, social ladder, elite, under class6725
Gh01Own rank adultsses, social position, socio economic status, standing048
Gh01.01Actual ranksocial prestige51126
Gh01.02Rank mobilityupward, downward, inter-generational, intra-generational, success, failure 71125
Gh01.03Rank consistencestatus conflict, status congruity023
Gh02Rank of family of originfamily ses, social background012
Gh02.01Of adultsgrown up, mature000
Gh02.02Of childrenyouth022
GiHappiness and social rolessocial script, expectation linked to social position 2925
Gi01Leadershipmanagement, follower, director105
Gi02Role discrepanciesrole conflict2311
Gi03Gender rolessexe, gender, male female, norm, position, sexe role131458
Gi03.01Androgynousuni-sexual, bi-sexual, cross-sexual000
HCORRELATION of HAPPINESS and INTIMATE TIES    
CodeDescriptionKeywordsEligible for findings archive 
   EnteredWaitingNumber of Publications
  family, relatives, primary relations, intimate network, kin4724
HaJoint effectssocial inclusion, exclusion, social capital, marginal8823
Ha01Theories about happiness and intimate ties101034
Ha02Network characteristicsdensity, size, number, intimacy, recprioicity148
HbHappiness and Childrenfamily, kids, offspring0410
Hb01Having childrenparent, family cycle, procreation135692
Hb01.01Adoption of childnon-biological child000
Hb01.02Birth of childrendelivery, labor, nativity, post natal, post partum22130
Hb01.02.01Pregnancyprenatal033
Hb01.03Childlessnesssterile, infertility, voluntary, unwanted151348
Hb01.04Number of childrenfamily size01013
Hb01.05Kind of children000
Hb01.05.01Adopted children000
Hb01.05.02Adult childrengrown up012
Hb01.05.03Foster childrenadopt, care for046
Hb01.05.04Grand childrengreat grandparent, offspring, progeny, generation, descendant134
Hb01.05.05Step childrenreconstituted family011
Hb01.06Leaving home of childrenempty nest5514
Hb01.07Planning of childrenbirth control000
Hb01.07.01unplanned childunwanted pregnancy000
Hb01.07.02use of contraceptioncondom, pill, IUD000
Hb02Contacts with childrencommunication, interaction6627
Hb02.01Contact of adult children with parentsinter generational contact, family relations001
Hb02.02Custody of divorced parentschildcare011
Hb02.03Frequency of contact012
Hb02.04Quality of contactaffection, cold, conflict4210
Hb03Characteristics of childrenpersonality, kind4717
Hb03.01Age of childrenfamily phase, stage, family life cycle112
Hb03.02Family situation of childrenhome environment61033
Hb03.03Wellbeing of childrenhappiness, health, quality of life21319
HcHappiness and Familykin, relatives022
Hc01Characteristics of kin011
Hc02Loss of an intimatebereavement, death001
Hc03Single parentone parent family178
HdHappiness and Householdhome, domestic147
Hd01Living alone or notsingle, living arrangement, co-habitation327
Hd02Family householdextended family, stem family3312
Hd02.01Nuclear householdtwo person, couple with children000
Hd02.02One parent familysingle mother, broken home249
Hd02.03Extended family householdgrandparents, three generation household146
Hd03Non-family householdasylum, barracks, boarding school, camp, care home,commune, convent, orphanage, prison001
Hd03.01Communal householdscommune, collective,001
Hd03.02Institutional livingasylum, camp, care home, hospital122291
Hd03.02.01Cloisterconvent, monastery001
Hd03.02.02Jailprison, penitentiary,locked up113
Hd03.02.03Nursing homeresidential care, old age home, hospital001
Hd03.02.04OrphanageOrphan, foster care001
Hd03.02.05Shelterprotected housing001
Hd03.03Child carecreche, pre school, kinder garten011
Hd04Household sizefamily size213
Hd05Homelessroofless, bum, waif, street child225
HeHappiness and Love Lifeaffair, affection, conjugal, concubine, mistress, romantic, sexuality249
He01Sex lifesexuality112155
HfHappiness and Marriagemarriage, married, partner, spouse, couple, steady41226
Hf01Marital statusmatrimony, wedlock2751115
Hf01.01Currently married (vs. all unmarried people)married, wedded, living together, single, unmarried62235
Hf01.01.01Cohabitunmarried living together, concubinage, mistress1911
Hf01.01.02Living apart together (LAT)bi-local household112
Hf01.02Formerly married000
Hf01.02.01Separation/divorcemarital split-up, break-up, dissolution172557
Hf01.02.02Widowhoodbereaved71039
Hf01.03Remarriagesecond marriage, serial349
Hf01.04Single000
Hf01.04.01Lifelong singlescelibate, never married7315
Hf01.04.02Young singlesbachelor, never married, spinster101
Hf02Happiness and kind of marriageconjugal bond, relation116
Hf02.01Characteristics of the bondrelation, tie, nexus71844
Hf02.01.01Family life cyclephase, stage5212
Hf02.01.02Shared household workequal, non-specialization000
Hf02.02Characteristics of the spousehusband, wife, mate, partner83672
Hf02.02.01Unemployment of spouse022
Hf02.02.02Well-being of spousehealth, happiness, quality of life012
Hf02.02.03Similarity in wellbeing of spoucesinequality of happiness in couple, similarity011
Hf02.03Polygamymultiple wives, men, bigamy314
Hf02.04Working wife/motherhomemaker, housewife, working mother14831
HgHappiness and Social Supportback up, care, help, maintain, nourish, social capital31959
Hg01Effects of social support51144
Hg01.01On happiness112984
Hg01.02Loss of social supportbereavement, isolation, broken ties001
Hg01.02.01Migration of intimates011
Hg01.03On further indicators of well-being0212
Hg02Care givershelp54065
Hg03Home carenursing home112
HhHappiness and Social Participationcitizenship, social involvement, social capital, social inclusion, membership72656
Hh01Theories about effect of social involvementsocial inclusion, social capital329
Hh02Participation with ..interaction, contact, involvement3820
Hh02.01Friendsacquaintance, confidant, pal92152
Hh02.02Relativesfamily, intimate, clan2721
Hh02.03Organizationsclub, voluntary organization, association6618
Hh02.04Overall participation51017
Hh03Participation of ..035
Hh03.01In age groupscohort,, generation001
Hh03.01.01Young adults001
Hh03.01.02Elderlyaged, old1613151
Hh03.02Widowersbereaved014
Hh03.03Singlesbachelor, unmarried, never married, spinster000
Hh03.04Handicappeddisabled236
Hh03.05Adolescentsyouth, teenagers, secundary school014
Hh03.06Unemployed101
Hh03.07Studentspupil, in education022
Hh04Lonelinessisolated, lone, solitary21439
Hh05Weak tiescasual contacts, daily encounters011
HiHappiness and Petsdomestic animal, cat, dog, horse327
ICORRELATION of HAPPINESS and CAPABILITIES    
CodeDescriptionKeywordsEligible for findings archive 
   EnteredWaitingNumber of Publications
  hedonic capital, psychological capital, psychological recources, strength, stock2923
IaJoint effects2519
Ia01Apparent efficiency in using resourceseffectiveness011
Ia02Effects of personal resourcespersonality1114
Ia03Effects of all personal characteristics023
IbHappiness and physical healthbody, constitution, fitness102165
Ib01General healthdisability, didease, ill, sick, thriving, flourish21024
Ib01.01Self-perceivedself rated, self report, Patient Repoeted Outcome (PRO), Healh Related Quality of Life (HQOL)174087
Ib01.02Physician-rateddoctor, diagnosis, expert rating318
Ib02Longevitysurvival, long life, mortality142985
Ib03Particular health defectshealth problems, illness, disease5089210
Ib03.01Pain011
Ib04Physical handicapsdisability, disable1951139
Ib05Physical characteristicsbody, morphology5721
Ib05.01Androgens011
Ib05.02Appearancebeauty, good looks, homely, ugly2315
Ib05.03Blood pressure044
Ib05.04Brainmind102
Ib05.05Cortisol levelhormone, stress022
Ib05.06Genesconstitutional, hereditary, inborn, innate038
Ib05.07Heightlength156
Ib05.08Menstruationperiod101
Ib05.09Menopauseclimacteric036
Ib05.10Strengthpower033
Ib05.11Weightunderweight, obese, overweight, bmi101139
Ib06Health Carecurative, hospital, medication, medical treatment5719
Ib06.01Hospitalization358
Ib06.02Treatmentshealing, medication, therapy2046108
Ib06.02.01Medicationdrug, pharmacology022
Ib06.02.02Sex-reassigmentcross-sexe treatment,,gender dysphoria, gender identity disorder, gender incongruence, gender transformation, transsexual101
Ib07Suicide/self-harmdeath, self destruct3316
Ib08Dyingdeath, decease, mortality, closeness to death, end stage11123
IcHappiness and mental healthadjustment, mental health, capability, life ability1923
Ic01Theories003
Ic02Mental defects: negative mental healthabnormal, maladjusted, mental illness, disturbed, mad, psychopathology102757
Ic02.01General impairment scoredisturbed, sick11924
Ic02.02Specific mental defectsillness, disease, disturbance61534
Ic02.02.01Addictionalcoholic, dependency001
Ic02.02.02ADHDattention deficit001
Ic02.02.03Anhedoniainability to feel pleasure001
Ic02.02.04Anxietyfear, nervous, tension, worry036
Ic02.02.05AutismAutism spectrum disorder011
Ic02.02.06Burnoutbreak down, mental exhaustion023
Ic02.02.07Compulsive disorderobsessive, rigid001
Ic02.02.08Defensivenessego defense, denial, repression, reversal, self serving lie103
Ic02.02.09Dementiasenile, Alsheimer disease012
Ic02.02.10Dependencyautonomy, helpless001
Ic02.02.11Depressiondespair, down, flast, sad melancholy5728
Ic02.02.12Eating disorderanorexia, bullemenia, picca012
Ic02.02.13Forgetfulmemory002
Ic02.02.14Gender dysphoriaandrogyn, cross-sexe, gender identity disorder, gender incongruence, cross-dressing, transsexual, travestite, queer000
Ic02.02.15Neuroticismdifficult, nervous, touchy, unstable147
Ic02.02.16Psycho-somatic defectsache, mental complaints, tension, stress024
Ic02.02.17Ruminationoverthinking, worry002
Ic02.02.18Schizophreniaconfision, hallucination0716
Ic02.02.19Stressedjittery, nervous000
Ic02.02.20Vulnerablestressed001
Ic02.03Psychotherapycure, treatment, training1624123
Ic02.03.01Anti-depressive drugsanti-depressant, prozac1410
Ic03Mental strength: positive mental healthadjustment, able, healthy, mental capital, psychological capital, stable11331
Ic03.01Energy/Activity3318
Ic03.02General effectiveness scoresindex2513
Ic03.02.01Psycho social developmentmature, grown up, backward, underdeveloped, stagnate3417
Ic03.02.02Self-actualizationdevelopment, psychological growth, growth need, virtuous3011
Ic03.02.03Self-efficacyadequacy, pragmatic, self confidence0210
Ic03.02.04Self directionautonomy001
Ic03.03Specific strong pointsstrenghts, virtues2612
Ic03.03.01Creativityoriginality, imagination1111
Ic03.03.02Identityself1814
Ic03.03.03Perceived meaningfulnesspurpose in life32255
Ic03.03.04Pro-activeinitiative, flexible, daring, bold, vanguartd001
Ic03.03.05Resiliencehardiness, psychological strenght014
Ic03.03.06Self esteemself-respect, self-worth61949
Ic03.03.07Sense of coherencecomprehensibility, manageability, and meaningfulness019
Ic03.03.08Use of strengthsVIA012
Ic03.03.09Vitalityactive, healthy, interested, sparking001
Ic03.03.10Wisdomknowledge, insight0510
Ic03.03.11Zest000
Ic04Specific abilitiesskill, capability, talent105
Ic04.01Cognitive abilitiesIQ, intelligence, smart91341
Ic04.01.01Command of languageforeign tongue, bi-lingual, mullti-lingual, native speaker123
Ic04.01.02IQschool intelligence, test intelligence2717
Ic04.01.03Giftedgenius, exceptionally intelligent, high IQ106
Ic04.01.04Retarded, dementedlearning disability, dumm107
Ic04.02Emotional intelligenceEQ, social intelligence11030
Ic04.03Employability(un)fit for work, job chance011
Ic04.04Humorouswitty, jolly001
Ic04.05Social abilitiessocial intelligence, social competence0114
IdAbility to function in daily lifeADL, self-reliant0210
IeArt of livingappreciation, hedonic enhancement, savouring2234
Ie01Hedonic capacitysavouring, art of living, openness for enjoyment, ahedony039
IfNon-western notions of healthalternative, flourishing011
If01Ayurveda Prakrti (Traditional Indian philosophy)011
JCORRELATION of HAPPINESS and PERSONALITY    
CodeDescriptionKeywordsEligible for findings archive 
   EnteredWaitingNumber of Publications
  character, complexion, trait, disposition, temperament, nature3244192
JaPersonality development003
JbPersonality organization022
Jb01Complexitypsychological differentiation228
Jb02Consistencyconflict, harmony, congruity103
JcPersonality traitscharacter, disposition674144
Jc01Activity012
Jc01.01Flow Experienceoptimal experience028
Jc02Alienationestrangement, disengagement, distancing014
Jc03Anxietyfear, unease001
Jc03.01Fear of failurefail anxiety, self assured, confident000
Jc04Autoritarianbold012
Jc05Awarenessconcious, sentient, self awareness001
Jc05.01Mindfulnessawareness, perceptiveness148
Jc05.02Mood awarenessalexithymia, unaware, repression0916
Jc05.03Self-reflectionSelf awareness001
Jc06Cognitive stylemanner of thinking, intuitive, calculative023
Jc07Conscientiouscognizant, responsible022
Jc08Emotionalityagitable, excitable, moody, calm, easy, stable5825
Jc08.01Mood variabilitymoodyness, stability024
Jc08.02Emotional expressivenessopen, reserved011
Jc08.03Emotional differentiationmixed mood, different affect001
Jc09Extraversionopen, introvert,4431
Jc10Genuinehonest, sincere, true000
Jc11Individualismindividuality, independence, conformism0714
Jc12Involvementparticipation, contribution, passive, engagement013
Jc13Maximizingachievement motivation001
Jc14Opennessclosed, disclosure015
Jc14.01Self-disclosureopenness, reservation, self-concealment217
Jc14.02Openness to experienceexperiental avoidance, denial011
Jc15Optimism/Positivitynegativism, cynical, rose colored12147
Jc15.01Nostalgianostalgic011
Jc16Risk orientationanxious, daring, guts369
Jc17Perceived fate controlexternal control belief, inner control belief, fatalism1730133
Jc17.01Sense of powerpowerless011
Jc18Pleasure seekinghedonism147
Jc19Sociability002
Jc19.01Attachment stylebonding014
Jc19.02Forgivenessclemency, pardon2210
Jc19.03Gratitudethankfulness, appreciation01022
Jc19.04Kindnesscompassion, sympathy, gentleness017
Jc19.05Reciprocitymutuakity, trade-off011
Jc19.06Belonging, sense ofconnectiveness101
Jc20Sensation seekingthril013
Jc21Superficialshallow, serious, happy Hans011
Jc22Time orientationtemporal8732
Jc23Rigiditycognitive closure, flexibility, ambiguity tolerence001
JdCoping styledealing with problems933116
Jd01Coping with unhappiness022
Jd02Coping with confrict000
JeSelf-conceptidentity, self-image, self-respect32990
Je01Group identificationsocial identity000
Je02Narcisicminflated self002
Je03Self presentationPublic self012
JfSelf controlimpulsive011
Jf01Mood controlstable, impulsive, emotional, restrained1511
JgMoralityethical, honest, just, principled, value driven011
JhHumorjoking, sarcastic128
JiMorning/evening typeowl, lark012
KCORRELATION of HAPPINESS and PREFERENCES    
CodeDescriptionKeywordsEligible for findings archive 
   EnteredWaitingNumber of Publications
  aspiration, choice, desire, goal, liking, need, value, want012
KaMotivationdrive, need, goal, want025
Ka01Achievement motivationaccomplishment, protestant ethic106
Ka02Enviousjealous, resentment, social comparison001
KbGoalsaim, ambition, aspiration, calling, life goal, life plan, longing, target, want1534
Kb01Having goalsplanning, aimless11022
Kb01.01Having aspirationsaim, ambition014
Kb01.02Having life goalscalling, life map, plan1414
Kb02Object of goalsaim, ambition, ideal41955
Kb02.01Object of aspirationsaim, aspiration, longing, preference, want4313
Kb02.01.01Migration aspirationmigration intention, wish to leave country011
Kb02.02Object of life goalscareer, life plan61229
Kb03Realization of goalsaccomplish, achieve, attain, success51330
Kb03.01Perceived realization51134
Kb03.02Actual goal realizationachievement, success216
Kb03.03Goal adjustmentgoal continuity, goal change014
Kb04Kind of goalsgoal type, goal characteristics1412
Kb04.01Approach/avoidancepositive or negative goals012
Kb04.02Authenticity of goalsextrinsic, intrinsic, false, genuine, true1512
Kb04.03Behavioral relevancegoal involvement024
Kb04.04Clarity of goalsclear, distinct, palpable025
Kb04.05Conventionality of aimsoriginality000
Kb04.06Difficulty of goalschallenge, easiness022
Kb04.07Diversityvariety, heterogeneity, homogeneity012
Kb04.08Flexibilityrigid003
Kb04.09Internal consistency of setcompatibility, congruity, harmony, conflict014
Kb04.10Meaning of goalscalling, mission, importance004
Kb04.11Realism of goalsfeasibility, possibility001
Kb04.12Time span of goalsperiod, temporal interval002
KcValuesbelief, opinion, evaluation, ideal, standard, conviction, philosophy11120
Kc01Ethical valuesmoral, principled122661
Kc01.01Hedonic valuespleasure31026
Kc01.02Materialist valuesmoney, economic142882
Kc01.03Individualism valuescollectivist, individual014
Kc01.04Social valuesaltruism, solidarity, trust011
Kc01.04.01Family values001
Kc02Political valuesideal, ideology, principle71732
Kc02.01Political extremismradical, fanatic417
Kc02.02Political conservatismprogressive, right-wing, left-wing, tory, orthodox1810
Kc02.03Party preference358
Kc02.04Attitude to political issuespolitical attitude012
Kc03Work valueswork ethic067
Kc04Value environment fitconsonance, harmony, conflict, estrangement2718
Kc05Living up to one's valuesvalue consistency, consonance016
KdReligionfaith, belief, church, spiritual, god, sacred1541107
Kd01Religiousnessagnostic, atheist, devout, pious,spiritual1850147
Kd02Religious denominationaffiliation, church, sect, confession, membership, order2613
Kd03Religious practiceschurch attendance, pray, bible reading, meditation034
KeAttitudesview, opinion42347
Ke01Attitudes to freedom011
Ke01.01Perceived freedomopportunity to choose022
Ke02Attitudes to the futureexpectations, fears, hopes, prospects,000
Ke02.01Expected incomefinancial prospects011
Ke02.02Perceived improvement of one's lifebetter or worse013
Ke02.03Hopedoubt, optimist11742
Ke03Attitude to one's own happinessacceptance of happiness2410
Ke04Attitudes to life issueslife and death013
Ke04.01Attitudes to deathdying, will to live013
Ke04.02Meaning in lifepurpose in life0615
Ke04.03Wish to livevitality, love for life001
Ke05Attitudes to societyideology102
Ke05.01Attitude to competitionmarket orientation, liberalism022
Ke05.02Attitudes to the economy011
Ke05.03Attitude to entitlementsrights, fairness001
Ke05.04Attitude to environmental protectionclimate concious011
Ke05.05Attitudes to inequalityfairness, egalitarism158
Ke05.06Attitude to modernityprogressive023
Ke05.07Attitude to nation011
Ke05.08Attitudes to political issuespolitical opinion, a-political023
Ke06Attitude to local environmentsense of community114
Ke06.01Attitudes to communitysense of belonging101
Ke07Attitude to naturegreen attitude, environmentally concious102
Ke08Attitudes to people000
Ke08.01Attitudes to womengender equality, emancipation, sexe role attitudes112
Ke08.02Trust in people11015
Ke08.03Hero attachmentidol, fan, supporter, admiration011
Ke09Attitudes to workjob satisfaction, work ethic023
Ke10Attitudes to school011
Ke11Attitudes to safetyout of danger, secure, threat001
KfBeliefsopinion, view, idea1819
Kf01Belief in afterlifeheaven, reincarnation001
Kf02Beliefs about happinessattribution, cause, condition51125
Kf02.01Perceived sources of happinessattribution, ascription, belief, cause, condition, determinant, hedonic forecast11022
Kf02.02Accuracy of perception of effect on happinesshedonic forecast, realism, misprediction of utility011
Kf02.03Perceived happiness of others011
Kf02.04Perceived relative happinesscomparative, happiness gap011
Kf02.05Perceived variability of happinessstability, traits011
Kf03Belief in Just Worldoptimism, weltanschauung009
Kf04Belief in social progressprogress optimism011
Kf05Perceived corruption in country000
KgWorriesfear, uncertainties, concern, problem2512
Kg01Problemsworry, anxiety, concern002
Kg02Perceived discriminationprejudice, stereotype, social exclusion023
Kg03Fear of crimeunsafe033
KhConventionality of outlookunoriginal, common place5113
LCORRELATION of HAPPINESS and BEHAVIOR: What happy people do    
CodeDescriptionKeywordsEligible for findings archive 
   EnteredWaitingNumber of Publications
  way of life, daily life, habit, manner of living, choice3511
LaHappiness and Activity levelactive, involved, passive31946
La01Creative behaviorinvention, problem solving012
LbHappiness and Consumptionbuy, expend, purchase, use191176
Lb01Degreethrifty000
Lb02Experience/material consumptionHedonic consumption022
Lb03Foodeating, nutrition, food8725
Lb04Gamblingbetting, casino, gaming, lottery011
Lb05Ideological consumptionvalue driven consumption000
Lb05.01Green consumptionsustainable consumption, environmental friendly011
Lb05.02Contested consumptiondebated, rejected, disapproved spending000
Lb06Luxuryconspicious consumption, quality, expensive103
Lb07Possessionsgoods, assets, capital5411
Lb07.01Housingdwelling, home9515
Lb07.01.01Energyfuel, electricity011
Lb07.02Carautomobiel214
Lb08Savings/insurancesassurance, saving7312
Lb09Stimulantsalcohol, drugs, substance, tobacco162274
Lb09.01Alcoholdrinking134
Lb09.02Drugshallucenogenics, amphetamine, heroine, mariuana, pot113
Lb09.03Tobaccosmoking012
LcHappiness and Choicedecisive022
LdHappiness and Heath Behaviorhealthy living61039
Ld01Sleeprest21226
Ld02Self-harmmutilation, suicide011
LeHappiness and Leisurefree time, holiday, vacation, weekend132083
Le01Hobbiesinterests, pastime011
Le01.01Artistic activitiesdrawing, creativity,214
Le01.02Gardening102
Le02Media usedigital, print, sound012
Le02.01Internet, social mediacomputer, facebook,pc, social media, web surfing51743
Le02.02Music listening112
Le02.03Readingbook, newspaper, magazines102
Le02.04TV watchingtelevision, media use81237
Le03Outdoor activitiesnight life011
Le03.01Attendance of cultural eventsconcert,exhibition, festival, theatre044
Le03.02Cinemafilm, movie011
Le04Socializingchating, talking, tweeting, visits000
Le05Sporting1346122
Le06Vacationingvacation, holiday, trip91029
Le06.01Holiday travelmobility, move1510
Le07Engagement in new leisure activitiesleisure innovation, life style change012
LfHappiness and Political Behavior023
Lf01Political participationcivic involvement079
Lf02Votingelection012
LgHappiness and Pro-social Behavioraltruistic, nice, love, support003
Lg01Deviant behaviorabnormal, unusual, nonstandard0612
Lg02Ecological behaviorgreen consumption, ecological footprint113
Lg03Givingaltruism1821
Lg04Helping behavioraltruism011
Lg05Tax evasioncheating011
LhHappiness and Studyacademy, college, education school, seminary, training118
Lh01Kind of schooleducational specialization046
Lh02School characteristicsschool organization, school climate2613
Lh03School gradeclass, level, stage,113
Lh04School involvementparticipation013
Lh05School successschool achievement,exam, fail, grades, qualification1714
LiHappiness and Time useactivity,occupation, pursuit112557
LjHappiness and Workemployment, job, occupation, work force31028
Lj01Ability to workdisabled, handicapped, unfit for work139
Lj02Having workemployment, working152055
Lj02.01Unemployedidle, jobless, employed, occupied31117197
Lj02.02Retiredpension, stopped working2236107
Lj02.03Working (married) womenworking women, working wife331888
Lj02.04Part time workfull-time, hour contract81020
Lj03Want for workwork motivation, job searching5211
Lj03.01Job searchingjob application, job seeking035
Lj04Work involvementengagement, passion, enthusiasm, flow, burn-out036
Lj04.01Absence from workAbsenteism, sick leave011
Lj04.02Turnoverjob change, quit job, job mobility034
Lj05Kind of workbusiness, occupation, profession, trade5924
Lj05.01Occupationjob, profession, work,142160
Lj05.02Sectorbranche000
Lj05.02.01Public/private sectorstate or market sector023
Lj05.03Unpaid work000
Lj05.03.01Childcarebaby sitting000
Lj05.03.02Houseworkhousewife, home maker61025
Lj05.03.03Voluntary workunpaid work, volunteer, honorary41936
Lj06Work attitudeswork ethic, job satisfaction0412
Lj07Work conditionsjob conditions2144123
Lj07.01Flex-worknon-standard, temporary, zero hour contract2612
Lj07.02Formal/informal employmentblack work, shadow economy, tenure000
Lj07.03Job securitytenure257
Lj07.04Self employedfreelance61119
Lj07.05Shift work011
Lj07.06Teleworkhome work113
Lj08Work/family conflictwork-life balance, work-family interaction21738
Lj09Work performanceproductivity0510
Lj10Working time011
Lj10.01Commutinghome-work travel, daily travel, suburbanite31117
Lj10.02Working hourswork load, working time, over time71833
LkHappiness and risk behaviorrisky, dangerous016
LlHappiness and mental trainingyoga, meditation228
LmHappiness and Life-Style-Typelife style, lifestyle, way of life5718
Lm01Ways to pursue happinesshedonic strategy023
LnHappiness and travel behaviormobility000
MCORRELATION of HAPPINESS and HAPPENINGS    
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  occurrence, event, life-event, milestone,turning point4241163
MaCollective events011
Ma01Disastercatastrophe32128
Ma02Economic eventsboom, crisis, depression, inflation, deflation012
Ma03Festivitiesritual, feast, games167
Ma04Political eventsregime shift077
Ma05Time changeroutine011
Ma06Warconfrct, violence, uprising1710
Ma06.01Terrorist attack033
MbIndividual life eventsevent045
Mb01Minor daily eventhassle, annoy, stress, joy11025
Mb01.01Disturbing interruptionsdistraction022
Mb01.02Time pressurehurry, pace of life012
Mb01.03Upliftscheer up,012
Mb02Mayor life eventsphase, crisis, turning point958100
Mb02.01Accidentmishap, bad luck0912
Mb02.02Bereavementdeath, widowhood, loss034
Mb02.03Divorceseparation, marital break-up011
Mb02.04Financial good/bad luckwindfall011
Mb02.04.01Lottery winninggambling, luck5111
Mb02.05Job change011
Mb02.05.01Job lossfalling unemployed000
Mb02.06Migration (to other country)emigration, immigration, migrant, expatriate4927
Mb02.07Military serviceenlistment011
Mb02.08Move (change house within country))mobility, residential relocation, internal migration11013
Mb02.09Retirementpension, emeritation067
Mb02.10School drop-outfailure011
Mb02.11Victim of crimevictimized1913
Mb02.12Victim of bullyingsocial rejection026
McExperiencesfeelings, awareness013
Mc01Extra-ordinary states of consciousnesspeak-experience, bliss, extasis204
Mc02Moving experiences214
Mc03Stress of eventsburden001
Mc04Reminiscences of eventsmemories, recall001
MdPredictability of life eventsStability, shocks, uncertainty012
NCORRELATION of HAPPINESS and LIFE HISTORY    
CodeDescriptionKeywordsEligible for findings archive 
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  antecedent, biography, career, life course, previous, past, life-history116
NaHappiness and Earlier Living Conditionsantecedent, cause precondition3513
Na01Conditions in childhoodjuveline, young, youth71340
Na01.01Intimate environmentfamily, friends122465
Na01.01.01Birth orderBenjamin011
Na01.01.02Foster child001
Na01.01.03Happiness of parents011
Na01.01.04Lived in an institutionfoster home, boarding school, orphanage022
Na01.01.05Single parentchild of divorce, lone parent child, one parent family backgroup011
Na01.01.06Only childsingleton011
Na01.02Social statusclass, rank, upper, lower, under class, social ladder, stratification1711
Na01.03Societynation, country, social order012
Na01.03.01Country of originmother country, nation of birth000
Na02Conditions in adulthoodgrown up, mature003
Na02.01Intimate networkfamily, friends, relatives, kin, intimate, primary relations5619
Na02.02Social statusclass, rank, upper, lower, under class, social ladder, stratification011
Na02.03Societynation, country, social order000
Na02.04Workemployment, occupation, profession135
Na03Earlier intimate environmentfamily, relatives, kin, intimate, primary relations025
NbHappiness and Life Courselife choice, life history, development, career121546
NcHappiness and Earlier Personal Characteristicscharacter, nature, traits137
Nc01Earlier appreciationssatisfaction, appraisal, enjoyment, evaluation, discontent, dissatisfaction, unsatisfied001
Nc02Earlier healthillness, disease, disturbance014
Nc03Earlier intelligenceChild IQ012
Nc04Earlier life styleway of life, daily life, habit, manner of living214
Nc05Earlier mental effectivenessdisturbed, mad, mental ill, sane102
Nc06Earlier personalitycharacter, complexion, trait, disposition, temperament, nature217
Nc07Earlier preferencesaim, ambition, aspiration, calling, life goal, life plan, longing, want000
Nc08Earlier valuesbelief, opinion, evaluation, ideal, moralitystandard, conviction, philosophy001
NdHappiness and Life change/eventshift,passage, transition13754
NeHappiness over the Life Courseover time, career, life course, life history, past141537
Ne01Remembered happiness in the pasthindsight, past, review, recollect, remember. Retrospect152777
Ne01.01Five years agorecent past459
Ne01.02Happiness in youthchildhood, teenage, adolescence, todler, schoolage, student time6926
Ne01.03Happiest period in lifebest years3224
Ne02Expected happiness in the futurefuture, expectation, predicted, projected264788
Ne03Perceived changes in happinesslife event, turning point, transition, shift201862
Ne04Difference between earlier expected and currently experienced happinessearlier over-optimism, over-pessimism, earlier future realism022
Ne05Life reviewevaluate, survey, recollect, remember1312
Ne05.01Life regretsgrieve, discontent004
Ne05.02Life sufferinghardship011
OCORRELATION of HAPPINESS and SATISFACTIONS    
CodeDescriptionKeywordsEligible for findings archive 
   EnteredWaitingNumber of Publications
  appraisal, appreciation, assesment, attitude, contentment, evaluation, judgment, opinion71331
OaAppraisals of life other than happinessevaluation, valuation316
Oa01Enjoymentpleasure001
Oa02Satisfaction with everythinggeneral satisfaction011
ObSatisfaction with aspects of lifelife aspect, facet, feature125
OcSatisfaction with domains of lifelife domain, field, part4074138
Oc01Satisfaction with carehelp, support124
Oc02Satisfaction with consumptionconsume, use, buy047
Oc02.01Satisfaction with foodeating, tasting001
Oc03Satisfaction with healthillness, disease, disturbance123
Oc04Satisfaction with incomeearnings, pay, means, salary, wage, poor, rich, advantaged, deprivation3512
Oc05Satisfaction with intimate relationsclan, family, friends, kin, primary relations131948
Oc06Satisfaction with leisurefree time, vacation, weekend4217
Oc07Satisfaction with living environmentcommunity, region61525
Oc08Satisfaction with oneselfself esteem, self acceptance, self confidence101
Oc08.01Satisfaction with one's appearancebeauty, body image000
Oc09Satisfaction with safety001
Oc10Satisfaction with one's social positioncaste, prestige,social status225
Oc11Satisfaction with schooleducation, learn, teacher149
Oc12Satisfaction with societynation, country, social order2611
Oc13Satisfaction with spiritual lifedevine, metaphusical, religion, sacred055
Oc14Satisfaction with workemployment, job satisfaction1843134
OdStructure of satisfactionsarrangement, organization, system000
Od01Balance across domains012
Od02Hierarchy of the correspondence with happiness: Which domain satisfactions correspond most with happiness?dominance,preponderance, prevalence, weight254172
OeSummed domain satisfactionslife aspect satisfactions112
Oe01Weighted vs unweighted sum-scoresimportance, relevance5212
PDETERMINANTS OF HAPPINESS    
CodeDescriptionKeywordsEligible for findings archive 
   EnteredWaitingNumber of Publications
  cause, determinant, necessity, precondition, requirement105
PaOverview of theoriesreview, survey81174
PbDeterminants of hedonic levelaffective component, affective wellbeing, mood046
Pb01Overview of theoriesoverview4331
Pb02Need gratification theorymotivation, urge, innate3226
Pb02.01Evidence for need theory022
Pb03Perceived fit theory (Cognitive theory of pleasant affect)harmony, congruity, conflict103
Pb03.01Value/behavior fit011
Pb03.02Self-environment fitharmony, consistency, congruity, conflict169
Pb04Do positive and negative affects vary independently?reward centers71960
Pb05Physiological basis of hedonic experiencebrain, cerebrum, nerve, neuron3327
Pb05.01Neural mechanismsbrain, centers, synapses0012
Pb05.02Are there temperamental differences in pleasure proneness?genetic, inborn, innate024
Pb05.03Human/animal similaritiesapes, evolution, genetic distance, primates0011
Pb05.04Genetic correlatesgene, allele, polymorphism014
PcDeterminants of contentmentCognitive component, getting what you want, preference, volitional wellbeing4114
Pc01Review of theoriesexplanation, hypothesis, overview, survey10950
Pc02Which standards of comparison?benchmark, criterion, norm, reference31427
Pc02.01Which comparison levels?003
Pc02.02What are the most current standards?norm012
Pc03How do comparison standards develop?norm setting229
Pc03.01How do comparison levels develop?norm setting001
Pc04Determinants of success in meeting standardsaccomplishment, achievement, failure001
Pc04.01Perceptions of success in meeting standardsaccomplishment, achievement, failure012
Pc05Evidence for comparison theoryproof, confirmation175184
PdStriking the balance of lifeevaluation of life, heuristic, mental proces5727
Pd01The mental calculus: How do we assess how happy we are?appraisal, evaluation, calculation3423
Pd01.01Problems in reconstructing the evaluation of lifeblack box013
Pd02Mental processespsychology, inner evaluation, appraisal process0818
Pd02.01Comparisoncontrasting148
Pd02.01.01Which is most decisive?importance, predominance014
Pd02.01.02When hedonic level most decisive, when contentment?148
Pd02.02Integrate appraisalsaverage, combine, mesh, sum000
Pd02.02.01Cognitive and affective appraisalsconjoin, mix, weigh4511
Pd02.02.02Life aspect/domain satisfactionsweigh, conjoin7414
Pd02.02.03Past, present and futurecombine002
Pd02.02.04Pleasures and painsaffect balance, loss aversion025
Pd02.03Reflect an attitudeecho, top-down, view0514
Pd02.03.01Is happiness a trait?character, personality, set-point141955
Pd02.04Further calculative strategies of the mindheuristics013
Pd03Factors affecting the overall evaluationdeterminants71034
Pd03.01Contextual effectscircumstances, environment014
Pd03.02Heuristicsbias, disposition, outlook, cognitive style, guess104
Pd03.02.01Rose colored outlookoptimism3212
Pd03.02.02Defensive biasego defense012
Pd03.02.03Peak/end effectscontrast011
Pd03.03Homeostatic mechanismshomeostasis0410
Pd03.04Loss aversion055
Pd03.05Social models and pressuressocial influence013
PeDevelopment of happinesscareer, course014
Pe01Adaptation32945
Pe02Development of attitude towards lifeoutlook on life, attitude formation014
PfPromotive conditionsrequirements, prerequisites2214
Pf01Causal modelshypothesis, theory, scheme111453
Pf02Difference in conditions for happinesscontextual, contingency, moderator0912
Pf02.01Across nationscross-national, cross-cultural146
Pf02.02Within nationsconditional21729
Pf02.02.01Difference across happiness levelsnon-linear000
Pf02.02.02Differences across personality typescharacter045
Pf02.03Difference in determinants of affective and cognitive components of happinessneed-want difference01522
Pf03Optimal degree of conditionscurve, marginal effect, satiation000
Pf03.01(non)-linearity of statistical associationL shaped, curvi-linear, convex, U shaped011
Pf04Relative impactdominance, importance1110
Pf05Size of environmental effecteffect size, external influence105
PgFurther issues000
Pg01Heritability of happinessgenetic, inborn, acquired81457
Pg02How universal is happiness?cultural difference, culturally relative0816
Pg03Why low correlations?association31026
QCONSEQUENCES of HAPPINESS: Effects of enjoying life or not    
CodeDescriptionKeywordsEligible for findings archive 
   EnteredWaitingNumber of Publications
  after effect, effect, outcome, sequel, result31264
QaProblems in assessing happiness effects125
QbEffects on conditions for happinessbolster, self pertuate, sustain000
Qb01Differences in effects of happinessconditional, contingent, context dependant, variable000
Qb01.01Cultural difference in effects of happiness012
Qb01.02Difference in effects of happiness within nationscontingencies013
Qb01.03Difference in effects of afffective and cognitieve component000
Qb01.04Relative impact of happiness and unhappiness001
QcEffect on environmentenvironmental, external, exonegous, outer015
Qc01Effects on societycollectivity, community, culture21017
Qc01.01Effects on economyaffleunce, growth011
Qc01.02Effects on peaceconflict, harmony000
Qc01.03Effects on sustainabilityecology, environment001
Qc02Effects on social bondsfamily, friends, relatives5721
Qc02.01On intimates personally113
Qc02.02On relations with intimatesinteraction, interpersonal1314
Qc02.03On colleaguesgroup morale, peer group012
QdEffects on oneselfendogenous, inner, internal, psychological4319
Qd01Effects on behavioraction, conduct, performance001
Qd01.01Effects on choice001
Qd01.02Consumer behaviorbuying, life style011
Qd01.02.01Frugalitysimple living, down-consuming (reverse oversprnding, indepting)001
Qd01.03Ecological behaviorgreen consumption, ecological footprint000
Qd01.04Health behaviorsalutogenic, preventive012
Qd01.05Migrationmigration intention023
Qd01.06Moral behaviorethical, virtuous3721
Qd01.06.01Effects on givingaltruism011
Qd01.07Political behaviorcivic066
Qd01.08Response behaviormeasurement bias011
Qd01.09Risk behaviordangeroes, risky013
Qd01.10Social participationsocial contact, isolation137
Qd01.10.01Volunteer workcitizenship022
Qd01.10.02Helpingaltruism001
Qd02Effects on cognitionheuristics, rosy view, thinking, thought4424
Qd02.01Perception/Retrospectionview037
Qd02.02Referencecomparison, contrasting001
Qd02.03Satisfactionstop-down effect125
Qd02.04Self-focusintrovert, self absorbed, self concerned001
Qd02.05Trust in people000
Qd03Effects on healthsalutogenic035
Qd03.01Effects on physical healthdisease, illness, flourish, languish1930119
Qd03.01.01Fertilityinfertility035
Qd03.01.02Survivallonevity, recovery11117
Qd03.02Effects on mental healthdisturbed, sane, insane7628
Qd04Effects on life changeinnovation012
Qd05Effects on motivationaspirations, goals, preferences, wants001
Qd06Effects on performanceaccomplishment, achievement3423
Qd06.01Activitydoing, participating104
Qd06.02Earningincome, salary, wages, pay136
Qd06.03Learningeducation, school228
Qd06.04Workemployment, occupation, labor, job71644
Qd07Effects on personality developmentcharacter change003
Qd08Effects on preferenceschoice, desire, liking, want2614
Qd08.01Effects on materialismgreed001
Qd09Various effects1614
QeFunctions of (un)happinessadvantage, benefit, use, usefulness, utility1224
Qe01Functions of overall happinessoverall happiness, life satisfaction2222
Qe02Functions of hedonic levelgood spirits0017
Qe02.01Functions of affective experienceemotion028
Qe02.02Functions of pleasantness in affecthedonic tone, valance009
Qe02.03Functions of awareness of overall hedonic levelself knowledge, introspection000
Qe02.04Optimal ratio of positive and negative affectaffect balance, som011
Qe03Functions of contentmentgoal monitoring002
Qe04Dysfunction of happinessdisadvantage, harm, hinder004
Qe04.01Dysfunction of making up one's mindcosts of awareness000
Qe04.02Dysfunction of judging life positivelyfalse optimism001
Qe05Can one be too happy?optimal mood1311
RPURSUIT of HAPPINESS    
CodeDescriptionKeywordsEligible for findings archive 
   EnteredWaitingNumber of Publications
  hunt, quest, search, seeking1216
RaDo people seek happiness?motivation, hedonism1316
Ra01Pleasure as general force in motivationjoy,003
Ra02Happiness as an individual goalprivate, actor utilitarianism225
Ra02.01What people seek happiness?happiness seeker, hedonist011
Ra02.02What people do to get happierways to happiness, happiness strategies023
Ra03Happiness as a public goalgreatest happiness for the greatest number, rule utilitarianism012
RbIs happiness feasible?possible, practicable, progress, realistic015
Rb01Is lasting happiness possible?feasible, attainable, utopic, parcticable, enduring, lifelong, long-term, fleeting, short-lived, transient003
Rb02Can we be happy most of our life?000
Rb03Can we get happier than we are?progress011
RcCan happiness be promoted?advance, boost, develop, encourage, further, improve, social engenering3658
Rc01Are people not too different?heteregenous, idiosyncratic, particular, unique001
Rc02Can happiness be learned?acquire, taught, rain5329
Rc03Is happiness not too relative?adaptation, social comparison151369
Rc04Is happiness a trait?character, personality, set-point1516
Rc05Are improvements of any consequences?benefit, use001
Rc06Which improvements promise most effect?effective, what helps001
Rc07Will brain manipulation yield happiness?cerebrum, grey matter002
Rc08Is pursuit of happiness self-defeating?hedonic reversal0216
RdShould happiness be promoted?desirable, good1225
Rd01Is happiness something good in itself (a virtue)?desirable, good, virtue1011
Rd02How much happiness is optimal?too happy, som, very happy001
Rd03Isn't experiential happiness 'false' happiness?false consciousness1116
Rd04Does promotion of happiness come at the cost of other valued matters?cost, disadvantage, harm, value, worth 003
Rd05What happiness most important?value of happiness001
RePolicy implicationspublic choice, social enginering, social policy31073
Re01Analysis of effects on happinesscost benefit analysis, monetarization2658
Re01.01Cost-benefit analysis and policy evaluationhedonic planning, hedonic calculus, effect study028
Re01.02Micro-simulation011
Re02Recommended policiesAdvise31032
Re02.01Communitylocal society, social capital001
Re02.02Economy059
Re02.02.01Income, wealthstandard of living214
Re02.02.02TaxationFiscal, collective expenditures013
Re02.02.03Welfaresocial security, social insurance033
Re02.02.04Workemployment, work conditions103
Re02.03EducationSchooling, human capital, intelligence214
Re02.04Environmentsustainability, protection017
Re02.05Familyfamily service003
Re02.05.01Childcareday care, baby care, juveline, youth protection000
Re02.06Foreign aidDevelopment aid, bi-lateral, multi-lateral aid000
Re02.07Health care003
Re02.07.01Medical technology001
Re02.07.02Mental health caretherapy, prevention004
Re02.08Lawjustice, rules, jurirical000
Re02.09Value climatepublic morality003
Re03Observed effects on happiness of policy onpolicy outcomes, policy effectiveness, hedonic revenue3811
Re03.01Economy000
Re03.01.01Expropriationdisownin, nationalization011
Re03.01.02Home-ownership202
Re03.01.03Taxationfiscal224
Re03.01.04WelfareSocial insurance, subsidies258
Re03.01.05Workemployment, labour135
Re03.02Familyfamily service022
Re03.02.01Child care policyfamily, day care, baby care, juveline, youth protection066
Re03.03Foreign aidDevelopment aid, bi-lateral, multi-lateral aid012
Re03.04Health careprevention, medicine011
Re03.04.01Mental health careprevention, treatment011
Re03.04.02Reduction of smoking, drinkingabstinationg, preventive health care, healthy living012
Re03.05Justicelaw, legal juridical, court, judge, rule002
Re04Role of governmentgovernment intervention, public policcy3119
RfInterventions at individual levelacquire, course, learn, teach, therapy, intervention, treatment2637
Rf01Activation programs0829
Rf02Coping with illnessempowerment000
Rf03Happiness lessons in schoolcurriculum, course, class, teaching, tutoring2410
Rf04Happiness monitoringhapiness awareness raising047
Rf05Lifestyle advise, life coachingway of life, daily life, habit, manner of living128
Rf06Life review therapy015
Rf07Meditationmindful014
Rf08Psychological training/therapycounsel23491
Rf09Relation therapycouple training, marriage therapy012
Rf10Self helpadvise, 0415
Rf11Servicesprofessional support, welfare011
Rf12Spiritual encounterdevine, metaphysical, sacred033
Rf13Support groupspeer support033
Rf14Workfarework therapy001
RgImplications for private choicelife choice026
RhTechnical toolsmachines, inventions001
SVIEWS ON ONE'S OWN HAPPINESS (beliefs about happines, not actual happiness)    
CodeDescriptionKeywordsEligible for findings archive 
   EnteredWaitingNumber of Publications
  attitide, belief, self1414
SaPerceived change in one's happinesslife course, career025
SbPerceived comparative happinessrelative happiness, better, worse, social comparison1413
ScPerceived control over one's happinessluck, fate001
SdPerceived entitled happiness (How happy one ought to be)right for happiness000
SePerceived ideal happiness for oneself: most desirable degreedesired degree of happiness036
Se01Difference between ideal and real happinesshappines deficit, deprivation001
SfPerceived importance of own happinessvalue, valuation, trivial unimportant218
SgPerceived reputation of happinesslooking glass self115
ShPrediction of one's own happinessexpectation, optimism, pessimism037
SiPerceived Sources of one's own happinessattribution, ascription, belief, cause, condition, determinant4773287
Si01Accuracy of perceptiondifference expected experienced utility, hedonic fore casting, misprediction of utility31136
Si02Difference expected and remembered happiness000
Si03Difference expected and experienced happinessaffective forecast024
Si04Difference between expected happiness and choicebehavioral relevance of happiness001
SjPerceived Stability of one's own happinessconstant, fixed, set point, trait, unstable, changing101
SkReported Ways to pursue happinessquest for happiness, seeking happiness, self report0415
TVIEWS ON HAPPINESS IN PUBLIC OPINION: Sociology of happiness ideas    
CodeDescriptionKeywordsEligible for findings archive 
   EnteredWaitingNumber of Publications
  attitude, belief, hear-say, idea, stereotype, notion, public opinion, understanding004
TaAdvice on happinesscounsel, recommend, self help, popular028
TbAttitudes to happinesspublic opinion, value208
Tb01Ideological connotations of the term "happiness"notion, emblem001
Tb02Moral appreciation of happinessenjoyment, pleasure seeking, lust acceptance, frugality, austerity, epicureanism, abstinence, ethical valuation, depreciate, reject1221
Tb02.01Expert opinionsintellectual, scholar, professional0232
Tb02.02Public opinioncommon people, lay, 91040
Tb03Preference for happinesshedonism015
Tb04Pressure to be/act happyforced happiness, normative happiness001
TcBeliefs about happinessreputation1213
Tc01Myths about happinessmisunderstanding, folk tale1317
Tc02Perceived Level of happinessattribution, fame, name, reputation216
Tc02.01In the pastanterior, historical, previous, old days306
Tc02.02In the presentcurrent, contemporary, now318
Tc02.02.01Of people in generalaverage citizen, common man0213
Tc02.02.02Of compatriotsfellow citizen, nationals, peers3310
Tc02.02.03Of people in other countries/regionsabroad, foreigners, neighbor country248
Tc02.02.04Perceived livability of nationsquality of life, beliefs, stereotype124
Tc02.02.05Of social categoriescaste,.class, groups, stratum, status91243
Tc02.02.06Of intimateskin, friends206
Tc02.03In the futureexpected3210
Tc02.04Attribution of happiness levelascription, causal inference, folk theory, perception017
Tc03Perceived sources of happiness: Concepts of the good lifetheory, notion, attribution, belief3649
Tc03.01Expert opinionacademic, intellectual, scholar, professional1042
Tc03.02Public opinioncommon people, man on street, lay theories71254
Tc03.03Attribution of causal effectsascription, causal inference, theory015
Tc04Perceived consequences of happinessaftereffect, effect, outcome, sequel, result002
TdCultural variations in views on happinesscross-cultural, belief, value1446
Td01Western vs. Non-Western countriesdeveloping, underdeveloped, modern, traditional0023
Td02Rise of the western happiness ideashistory of idea1041
Td03Trend hedonic tone in public communications001
TeInterest in happinessattention for, current, prevailant006
Te01Use of the word happiness002
Te02Web search on happinesse-happiness000
Te03Prominence in public discoursepublic interest005
Te04Perceptiveness for happinessrecognition of happiness in others001
TfModels of happinessadvice,presentation, perceived pattern of conditions for happiness000
Tf01Models in advertisementpublicity002
Tf02Models in counselingarchetype, prototype, type, emblem, advise, recommendation, self-help, psychobabble, stereotype1520
Tf03Models in fictionarchetype, example,prototype, type, emblem, stereotype, novel, legend, story, film0333
Tf04Models in proverbsadage, saying, common wisdom001
Tf05Models in religionhappy believer011
Tf06Models in social mediapresentation on facebook001
Tf07Models in teachingpedagogy001
TgUses of happiness conceptspurpose, role, function008
Tg01Symbolic useemblematic, rethoric001
Tg02Normative useideal, ideological, moral, utopian018
Tg03Analytic usescientific000
Tg03.01Use for inferring preferencesutility, want, need000
Tg04Political useguide, compass, policy, rethoric001
Tg04.01Policy aimspublic choice, planning, program006
ThCommunication of happinessexpression, honesty, social desirability001
UVIEWS ON HAPPINESS IN PHILOSOPHY    
CodeDescriptionKeywordsEligible for findings archive 
   EnteredWaitingNumber of Publications
  doctrine, speculation, school of thought, theory, tradition, Weltanschauung0020
UaConcepts of happinessidea, conception, construct, notion, theory, analysis0039
Ua01Objective vs. Subjective conceptsexternal observed, internal experienced, inner experience0017
Ua02Mixed concepts: enjoying life while hedonic plus009
Ua02.01Being well-informedmisinformed, prudential, rational0011
Ua02.02Being morally soundethical valuable, good, virtuous005
Ua02.03Living up to common standardsconform, success in life, follow norm001
Ua02.04Thriving, actualizingself-actualization, growth, prosper005
Ua02.05Seeing meaningpurpose, meaningful life, purpose in life, mission, calling000
Ua03Specific views on happinesscomponents, variants003
Ua03.01Happiness as affective experienceemotion, feeling, hedonic experience, mood, pleasure0020
Ua03.02Happiness as a cognitive appraisalcompare, evaluate, reference, standard0018
Ua03.03Happiness as an attitudedisposition, trait0014
Ua04Short-term vs long-term happinessconstant, fixed, set point, trait, unstable, changing, short lived000
Ua05Difference with folk conceptordinary use, lay concept, everyday concept,001
Ua06Difference with other notions of well-beingflourishing, qualitry of life, health, happiness000
UbHistory of philosophical thoughtannals, chronology, review0015
Ub01Classicsancient times, antiquity, greek, roman0116
Ub02Contemporarymodern, present day, current0012
UcMethodologyapproach, technique003
Uc01Analysis of meanings of the wordetymology, dictionary, denote, lexicon, word, use of word, vocabulary, word history0021
Uc02Analysis of (history) of ideasdoctrine, creed, view002
Uc03Empirical support for ideasdara, empirical evidence, test0211
UdSchools of thoughtapproach, intellectual tradition, line of thought, outlook, view, weltanschauung1151
Ud01EpicureanismEpicur011
Ud02Eudaimonismeudaimonia, good spirit, self actualization, involved life, virtuous life, Aristotle, positive psychology0018
Ud03HedonismPleasure seeking001
Ud04Utilitarianismgreatest happiness principle, greater happiness for greater number, Bentham, utility, consequentionalism1254
UeTopics in philosophy of happinessissues, questions000
Ue01Conditions for happinesscause, determinant, necessity, precondition, requirement0010
Ue02Control over one's happinessautonomy003
Ue03Critics of empirical happiness researchdisbelief, doubt, opposition, question, skeptic0015
Ue04Paradoxes of happinesscontradiction, puzzle0010
Ue05Possibility of happinessfeasibility, optimism, skepticism001
Ue06Self-judgment of happinessassess , appraisal, evaluation, observation006
Ue06.01Do people judge their life at all?001
Ue06.02How do people make judgment?asses, evaluate003
Ue06.03How rational?006
Ue06.04Role of narrativestory, meaning, sense of coherence000
Ue07Utility of happinessmorality of happiness0011
Ue07.01As a guide in private choiceindividual, personal, actor utilitarianism0010
Ue07.02As a guide in public choicegeneral interest, politic, rule utilitarianism0650
Ue08Value of happinesscost, desirability, merit, profit, utility, virtue0150
Ue08.01Is happiness mere contentment?constructed, illusion, thought000
Ue08.02Is happiness the final end?mono-ethical, highest good, ultimate value005
Ue08.03Are there 'higher' and 'lower' kinds of happiness?quality, virtue, worth003
Ue08.04Priority for the least happy?negative utilitarianism001