Happiness measure, code: O-SLW-u-sq-n-11-d


Selfreport on single question:

All things considered, how satisfied are you with your life?
Again, pick a number between 0 and 10 to indicate how satisfied you are.
0 totally dissatisfied
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10 totally satisfied
  
Classification
Focus, O-SLW Overall: Satisfaction w Life as a Whole
Time frame, u time unspecified
Mode, sq 1 question
Scale type, n numeric scale Range = 11
  
Used in studies
  
ReferenceAmbrey & Fleming (2014a): study AU 2002
TitleThe Causal Effect of Income on Life Satisfaction and the Implications for Valuing Non-market Goods.
Public20-59 aged general public, Australia, 2002-2011
Findingsdistributional: no, correlational: yes
  
ReferenceGanglmair Wooliscroft & Lawson (2006): study NZ 2001
TitleApplying the International Wellbeing Index in New Zealand: Preliminary Results.
Public20-59 aged, general public, New Zealand, 2001
Findingsdistributional: yes, correlational: no
  
ReferenceHeadey & Wooden (2004): study AU 2002
TitleThe Effects of Wealth and Income on Subjective Well-Being and Ill-Being.
Public20-59 aged, general public, Australia, 2002
Findingsdistributional: no, correlational: yes
  
ReferenceMujcica (2016): study AU 2007
TitleEvolution of Well-Being and Happiness After Increases in Consumption of Fruit and Vegetables.
Public18+ aged general public, Australia, followed 3 years 2007-2009
Findingsdistributional: yes, correlational: yes
  
ReferencePaul & Guilbert (2013): study AU 2001
TitleIncome-Happiness Paradox in Australia: Testing the Theories of Adaptation and Social Comparison.
Public18+ aged general public, Australia, followed 4 years 2001-2005
Findingsdistributional: yes, correlational: yes
  
ReferenceSaris (2001b): study RU 1993
TitleThe Relationship between Income and Satisfaction: The Effect of Measurement Error and Suppressor Variables.
Public18+ aged general public, Russia, followed 3 years 1993-1995
Findingsdistributional: no, correlational: yes
  
ReferenceSchoon et al. (2005): study EE 2000 /2
TitleCombining Work and Family. Life Satisfaction Among Married and Divorced Men and Women in Estonia, Finland, and the UK.
PublicMarrieds and divorced, Estonia, 2003
Findingsdistributional: yes, correlational: yes
  
ReferenceSchoon et al. (2005): study FI 2000 /1
TitleCombining Work and Family. Life Satisfaction Among Married and Divorced Men and Women in Estonia, Finland, and the UK.
PublicEmployed people, Finland, 2000
Findingsdistributional: yes, correlational: yes
  
ReferenceSchoon et al. (2005): study GB 2000
TitleCombining Work and Family. Life Satisfaction Among Married and Divorced Men and Women in Estonia, Finland, and the UK.
Public42 aged, UK, 2000
Findingsdistributional: yes, correlational: yes
  
ReferenceSchurer & Yong (2012): study AU 2001
TitlePersonality, well-being and the marginal utility of income: What can we learn from random Coefficient models?
Public20-60 aged general public, followed 9 years, Australia, 2001-2009
Findingsdistributional: yes, correlational: yes
  
ReferenceSchyns (2000): study RU 1993
TitleThe Relationship between Income, Changes in Income and Life-Satisfaction in West Germany and the Russian Federation. Relative, Absolute or a Combination of Both?
Public18+ aged general public, Russia, followed 3 years 1993-1996
Findingsdistributional: yes, correlational: yes
  
ReferenceShields & Wooden (2003): study AU 2001
TitleInvestigating the Role of Neighbourhood Characteristics in Determining Life Satisfaction.
Public15+ aged, general public, Australia, 2001
Findingsdistributional: yes, correlational: no
  
ReferenceShields et al. (2009): study AU 2001
TitleLife Satisfaction and the Economic and Social Characteristics of Neighbourhoods.
Public15+ aged general public, Australia, 2001
Findingsdistributional: yes, correlational: yes
  
Reference~HILDA (2003): study AU 2003
TitleHousehold, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) Survey. Annuel Report 2003.
Public15 + aged, general public, households, Australia, 2002
Findingsdistributional: no, correlational: yes