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What is happiness?
Text ‘Introductory text’ to the Bibliography, chapter 2, 'Conceptual Scope'
Literature Bibliography of Happiness: Section 1 Concepts of happiness


Can happiness be measured
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Text Introductory text to Item bank of happiness
Literature Bibliography of Happiness: Section 2: Measurability of happiness


How is happiness measured?
Text Introductory text to Item bank of happiness
Literature Bibliography of Happiness: Section 3: Measures of happiness


How happy are we?
Text Diener, E. & Diener, C. 'Most people are happy', Psychological Science, 1996, Vol. 7, 181 -185
Literature Bibliography of Happiness: Section 5a Territorial differences in happiness
Findings Happiness in Nations: latest Rank Report on Level of Happiness
Happiness in Publics


Do we get happier?
Text Ruut Veenhoven, Is life getting better? How long and happy do people live in modern society?
Literature Bibliography of Happiness: Section 5a Territorial differences in happiness
Findings Happiness in Nations:latest Trend report on Level of Happiness


In what conditions are we most happy?
Text Ruut Veenhoven: What we know about happiness
Literature Bibliography of Happiness, sections 5 - 14
Findings Correlational Findings, all sections


What are the consequences of enjoying life or not?
Text Veenhoven, R: The utility of happiness
Lyubomirsky, S. et. al. The benefits of Frequent Positive Affect, Psychological Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 131, 803 - 855
Literature Bibliography of Happiness: Section 4h Consequences of happiness
Findings Correlational Findings: Each subject category starts with a section on 'career' and in that section you find always a subsection called 'Later'. For example in the subject category 'Coping' (C9) contains a sub-category 'Later coping' (C9.1.4) with findings on the relation between earlier happiness and later coping