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CONSEQUENCES of HAPPINESS Effects on oneself Effects on cognition
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Effects on cognition, heuristics, rosy view, thinking, thought
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Authors Title / Source Year Abele-Brehm, A. Auswirkungen von Wohlbefinden oder: Kann gute Laune Schaden? (Effects of Well-being: Can Good Mood be Bad?)
Abele, A.;Becker, P.;Eds.: "Wohlbefinden: Theorie, Empirie, Diagnostik", Juventa Verlag, 1991, München, Germany, 297 - 329
Goodhart, D.E. Some Psychological Effects Associated with Positive and Negative Thinking about Stressful Event Outcomes: Was Pollyanna Right?
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1985, Vol. 48, 216 - 232
Harris, L. The Myth and Reality of Aging in America.
The National Council on the Aging, 1975, Washington DC, USA
Headey, B.; Veenhoven, R. Does Happiness Induce a Rosy Outlook?
Veenhoven, R.;Ed.:"How Harmful is Happiness?", Universitaire Pers Rotterdam, 1989, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 106 - 127
Headey, B.; Veenhoven, R.; Wearing, A.J. Top-down versus Bottom-up Theories of Subjective Well-Being.
Social Indicators Research, 1991, Vol. 24, 81 - 100
Isen, A.M. Asymmetry of Happiness and Sadness in Effects on Memory in Normal College Students: Comment on Hasher, Rose, Zacks, Sanft, and Doren.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 1985, Vol. 114, 388 - 391
Kommer, D.; Bechtel, G.; Schwarz, N.; Strack, F. Stimmung und soziale Informationsverarbeitung bei depressiven Störungen. (Mood and Social Information Processing in Depression).
Zeitschrift für Klinische Psychologie, Psychopathologie und Psychotherapie, 1986, Vol. 34, 127 - 139
Lounsbury, J.W.; Shields, M.; Sundstrom, E. The Relationship of Avowed Life Satisfaction to Public Acceptance of and Expectations about a Nuclear Power Plant.
Journal of Community Psychology, 1979, Vol. 7, 298 - 304
Stone, C.R. Counseling "Unhappy People" can Ruin you in the Ratings.
Journal of Employment Counseling, 1982, Vol. 19, 158 - 162
Lyubomirsky, S.; Ross, L. Changes in Attractiveness of Elected, Rejected, and Precluded Alternatives: A Comparison of Happy and Unhappy Individuals.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1999, Vol. 76, 988 - 1007
McKnight-Hexdall, C.G.; Huebner, E.S.; Suldo, S.M. Relationships among Stressful Life Events, Temperament, Problem Behavior, and Global Life Satisfaction in Adolescents.
Psychology in the Schools, 2002, Vol. 39, 677 - 686
Fredrickson, B.L. What Good are Positive Emotions?
Review of General Psychology, 1998, Vol. 2, 300 - 319
Wood, D.; Harms, P.; Vazire, S. Perceiver Effects as Projective Tests: What Your Perceptions of Others Say About You.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2010, Vol. 99, 174 - 190
Bodenhausen, G.V.; Kramer, G.P.; Süsser, K. Happiness and stereotypic Thinking in social Judgment.
Journal of Personality and social Psychology, 1994, Vol.66, 621 - 631
Park, J.; Banaji, M.R. Mood and Heuristics: The Influence of Happy and Sad States on Sensitivity and Bias in Stereotyping.
Journal of Personality &Social Psychology, 2000, Vol. 78, 1005 - 1023
Yu, G.M.; Li, B. How Subjective Well-Being Affects Emotional Processing: The Role of Event-Related Potentials.
Social Behavior and Personality, 2012, Vol. 40, 1285 - 1292
Borkenau, P; Mauer, N. Well-being and the Accessibility of Pleasant and Unpleasant Concepts.
European Journal of Personality, 2007, Vol. 21, 169 - 189
Forgas, J.P.; East, R. On Being Happy and Gullible: Mood Effects on Skepticism and the Detection of Deception.
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 2008, Vol. 44, 1362 - 1367
Forgas, J.P. Don't Worry, Be Sad! On the Cognitive, Motivational, and Interpersonal Benefits of Negative Mood.
Current Directions in Psychological Science, 2013, Vol. 22, 225 - 232
Batra, R.; Stayman, D.M. The Role of Mood in Advertising Effectiveness.
Journal of Consumer Research, 1990, Vol 17, 203 - 214
Izsof Jurasova, K.; Biela, A.; Spajdel, M. Impact of Emotional Valence and Different Source Problem Conditions on the Resolution of Analogical Target Problems
Studia Psychological, 2014, Vol. 56, 99 - 108
Pacini, R.; Epstein, A.M.; Muir, F. Depressive Realism From the Perspective of Cognitive-Experiential Self- Theory.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1998, Vol. 74, 1056 -1068
Dovidio, J.F.; Gaertner, S.L.; Isen, A.M. Group Representations and Intergroup Bias: Positive Affect, Similarity, and Group Size.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 1995, Vol. 21, 856 - 865
Chermahini, S.A.; Hommel, B. More Creative through Positive Mood? Not Everyone!
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 2012, Vol. 6, 1 - 8
Gasper, D.; Spencer, L.A. Affective Ingredients: Recipes for Understanding How Affective States Alter Cognitive Outcomes.
Diener, E and Oishi, S (Eds.):"Handbook of well-being", 218, Def Publishers, Salt Lake City, USA, NABOSCOLAR
Labroo, A.A.; Patrick, V.M. Psychological Distancing: Why Happiness Helps You See the Big Picture
Journal of Consumer Research, 2009. Vol. 35, 800 - 809
Forgas, J.P. On Being Happy and Mistaken: Mood Effects on the Fundamental Attribution Error
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1998, Vol. 75, 318 - 331
Sanchez, A.; Vazquez, C. Looking at the Eyes of Happiness: Positive Emotions Mediate the Influence of Life Satisfaction on Attention to Happy Faces
The Journal of Positive Psychology, 2014, Vol. 9, 435 - 448
Sinclair, R.C.; Mark, M.M. The Effects of Mood State on Judgmental Accuracy: Processing Strategy as a Mechanism
Cognition and Emotion, 1995, Vol. 9, 417-438