This part of the database contains findings on things that go together with more and less happiness, such as income. It involves a very detailed classification of co-variates and also much technical detail.
Excerpts of correlational findings
Each correlational finding is summarized on a standard excerpt of about one page that involves information about
Currently, this database of happiness involves some 10.000 such standard excerpts. On this site, that collection can be searched in the following ways:
Search correlational findings on subject
On the page Correlational Findings, click under 'Search findings' the link search on subject. This will brings you to a page on which you can search the subject classification in three ways:
Search correlational findings observed in special publics
On the page Correlational Findings you finds also an option Search on Public. Click that link and you come to the page 'Publics'. On the left of that page is a classification of the kinds of people of which happiness has been investigated. The classification is ordered alphabetically and begins with different Age groups. The main public categories are printed in CAPITALS. Left to each main category is an icon, which shows links to sub-catagories. These sub-categories link to studies on happiness performed among this kind of people. These studies appear in the field on the right of the screen, presented in alphabetical order of first author's name. The study descriptions involve links to the correlational findings observed in this study. These findings are presented in alphabetical order of subject code. Ik you click on such a code a window opens and the standard excerpt of that particular findings is duisplayed.
Search separate studies that yielded correlational findings
On the page Correlational Findings you finds also an option Search on Study. Click that link and you come to the page 'Search Studies'. On the right of that page is the full list of studies that hve been entered in this database. The studies are presented in alphabetical order of the study code, which consists of the first five characters of the first authors name together with the year of publication. On this list you see also the full author's name and the title of the report. If you click on a study code, you get a shorthand discription of the study and links to the correlational findings it has yielded.
Search in Access Database
This website is fed by a database in Ms-Acces, which is available on request (order). In this source you can find further detail about:
In the MS-Access database you can also select on the following characteristics:
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