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Bibliographic Subjects » CONCEPT of HAPPINESS » Practicality of this concept » Do people evaluate their life?

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CONCEPT of HAPPINESS Practicality of this concept Do people evaluate their life?
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Do people evaluate their life?, assess, judge
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Publications that report an empirical study that used a valid measure of happiness, the results of which are eligible for inclusion in the findings archive

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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Shmotkin, D. The Apprehensive Respondent: Failing to Rate Future Life Satisfaction in Older Adults.
Psychology and Aging, 1992, Vol. 7, 484 - 486
Oatley, K. Best Laid Schemes. The Psychology of Emotions.
Cambridge University Press, 1992, Cambridge, UK
Beckie, T.M.; Hayduk, L.A. Measuring Quality of Life.
Social Indicators Research, 1997, Vol. 42, 21 - 39
Diener, E. Subjective Well-Being. The Science of Happiness and a Proposal for a National Index.
The American Psychologist, 2000, Vol. 55, 34 - 43
Haybron, D.M. Do We Know How Happy We Are?
Noûs, 2007, Vol. 41, 394 - 428
Veenhoven, R. How Universal is Happiness?
Diener, E.;Helliwell, J.F.;Kahneman, D.;Eds.: ''International Differences in Well-Being'', Oxford University Press, 2010, New York, USA, Chapter 11
Anand, P.; Krishnakumar, J.; Tran, N.B. Measuring Welfare: Latent Variable Models for Happiness and Capabilities in the Presence of Unobservable Heterogeneity.
Journal of Public Economics, 2001, Vol. 95, 205 - 215