Studies among selected public: Heads of households

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Bamundo & Kopelman (1980): study US 1977
 
The Moderating Effects of Occupation, Age, and Urbanization on the Relationship between Job Satisfaction and Life Satisfaction.
 
Heads of households, USA, 1977
 
Cuesta & Budria (2011): study DE 2000
 
Deprivation and Subjective Well-being: Evidence from Panel Data.
 
18+ aged, heads of households, Germany, 2000-2008
 
Dershem et al. (1996): study RU 1993
 
The Use of the CES-D for Measuring Symptoms of Depression in Three Rural Russian Villages.
 
Household heads, villages, Russia 1993
 
Erbes & Hedderson (1985): study US 1968
 
A Longitudinal Examination of the Separation/Divorce Proces.
 
Male heads of households, followed 4 years, USA, 1968-72
 
Gray (2014): study DE 2002
 
Financial Concerns and Overall Life Satisfaction: A Joint Modelling Approach.
 
Heads of households, Germany, 2002
 
Hinks & Davies (2008): study MW 2004
 
Life Satisfaction in Malawi and the Importance of Relative Consumption, Polygamy and Religion.
 
Household heads, Malawai 2004-2005
 
Howell et al. (2006): study MY 2003
 
Does Wealth Enhance Life Satisfaction for People Who Are Materially Deprived? Exploring the Association among the 'Orang Asli' of Peninsular Malaysia.
 
Heads of households, Malaysia, 2003
 
Knauder (2000): study MZ 1991
 
Globalization, Urban Progress, Urban Problems, Rural Disadvantages. Evidence from Mozambique.
 
Households, 18 areas, Mozambique, 1991
 
Rohe & Basolo (1997): study US Baltimore, Maryland 1989
 
Long-Term Effects of Homeownership on the Self-Perceptions and Social Interaction of Low-Income Persons.
 
18+ aged, heads of low-income households, Baltimore city, United States, followed 36 months, 1989-1991
 
Rohe & Stegman (1994): study US Baltimore, Maryland 1989
 
The Effects of Homeownership: on the Self-Esteem, Perceived Control and Life Satisfaction of Low-Income People.
 
18+ aged, heads of low-income households, Baltimore city, United States, followed 18 months, 1989
 
Shin & Johnson (1978): study US 1975
 
Avowed Happiness as the Overall Assesment of the Quality of Life.
 
Heads of households, Illinois, USA, 1975