Studies among selected public: Cheerfull

Number of studies7
Additional keywordshappy, gloomy, depressed
See alsoMental Patients

ReferenceTitle of publicationPublic
Dermer et al. (1979): study US 1978
 
Evaluative Judgements of Aspects of Life as a Function of Vicarious Exposure to Hedonic Extremes.
 
Female students, moderately happy, USA, 1978
 
Dermer et al. (1979): study US 1978 /1
 
Evaluative Judgements of Aspects of Life as a Function of Vicarious Exposure to Hedonic Extremes.
 
Female students, moderately happy, USA, 1978
 
Dermer et al. (1979): study US 1978 /2
 
Evaluative Judgements of Aspects of Life as a Function of Vicarious Exposure to Hedonic Extremes.
 
Female students, moderately happy, USA, 1978
 
Seidlitz & Diener (1993): study US 1988 /1
 
Memory for Positive versus Negative Life Events: Theories for the Differences between Happy and Unhappy Persons.
 
Psychology students, selected for earlier happiness, USA, 198?
 
Seidlitz & Diener (1993): study US 1988 /2
 
Memory for Positive versus Negative Life Events: Theories for the Differences between Happy and Unhappy Persons.
 
Psychology students, selected for earlier happiness, followed 11 month, USA, 198?-8?
 
Washburn et al. (1925): study US 1923
 
Further experiments on directed recall as a test of cheerful and depressed temperaments.
 
Female students, cheerful and depressed, USA, 192?
 
Washburn et al. (1926): study US 1924
 
A comparison of directed and free recalls of pleasant and unpleasant experiences as test of cheerful and depressed temperaments.
 
Female students, cheerful and depressed, USA, 192?