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CONSEQUENCES of HAPPINESS Effects on oneself Effects on cognition Effects on satisfactions
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Effects on satisfactions, top-down effect
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year 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
Staw, B.M.; Bell, N.E.; Clausen, J.A. The Dispositional Approach to Job Attitudes: A Lifetime Longitudinal Test.
Administrative Science Quarterly, 1986, Vol. 31, 56 - 77
Lance, C.E.; Lautenschlager, G.J.; Sloan, C.E.; Varca, P.E. A Comparison Between Bottom-Up, Top-Down, and Bidirectional Models of Relationships Between Global and Life Facet Satisfaction.
Journal of Personality, 1989, Vol. 57, 601 - 624
Brief, A.P.; Butcher, A.H.; George, J.M.; Link, K.E. Integrating bottom-up and top-down theories of subjective well-being: The case of health.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1993, Vol. 64, 646 - 653
Scherpenzeel, A.C.; Saris, W.E. Causal Direction in A Model of Life-Satisfaction: The Top-Down/Bottom-Up Controversy.
Social Indicators Research, 1996, Vol. 38, 161 - 180
Feist, G.J.; Bodner, T.E. Integrating Top-Down and Bottom-Up Structural Models of Subjective Well-Being: A Longitudinal Investigation.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1995, Vol. 68, 138-150
Kozma, A.; Stone, S.; Stones, M.J. Los Enfoques de Top-down y Bottom-Up del Bienestar Subjectivo. (Top-Down and Bottom-Up Approaches to Subjective Well-Being).
Intervención Psicosocial, 1997, Vol. 6, 77 - 90
Leonardi, F.; Gagliardi, C.; Marcellini, F.; Spazzafumo, L. The Top-Down/Bottom-Up Controversy from a Constructionist Approach: A Method for Measuring Top-Down Effects Applied to Sample of Older People.
Social Indicators Research, 1999, Vol. 48, 187 - 216
Nakazato, N.; Oishi, S.; Schimmack, U. Effects of Changes in Living Conditions on Well-Being: A Prospective Top-Down Bottom-Up Model.
Social Indicators Research, 2011, Vol. 100, 115 - 135
David, J.P.; Green, P.J.; Suls, J. Differential Roles of Neuroticism, Extraversion, and Event Desirability for Mood in Daily Life: An Integrative Model of Top-Down and Bottom-Up Influences.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1999, Vol. 73, 149 - 159
Headey, B.; Muffels, R. Two-way Causation in Life Satisfaction Research: Structural Equation Models with Granger-Causation.
IZA DP, 2014, No. 8865, 1 - 52, Melbourne, Australia
Eskine, K.J.; Kacinik, N.A.; Prinz, J.J. Stirring Images: Fear, Not Happiness or Arousal, makes Art more Sublime.
American Psychological Association, 2012, Vol. 12, 1528 - 3542
Headey, B.; Muffels, R. Towards a Theory of Medium Term Life Satisfaction: Two-Way Causation Partly Explains Persistent Satisfaction or Dissatisfaction.
Social Indicator Research, 2016, Vol. 129, 937 - 960
Xu, Y.; Li, M.; Yu, Y. Positive Affect Promotes Well-being and Alleviates Depression: The mediating Effect o Attentional Bias.
Psychiatry Research, 2015, Vol 228, 482- 487
DeVos, J. Analysing The Effect of Trip Satisfaction on Satisfaction with The Leisure Activity at The Destination of The Trip, in Relationship with Life Satisfaction.
Transportation, 2017, online, 1 - 23
Catalino, L.I.; Fredrickson, B.L. A Tuesday in the Life of a Flourisher: The Role of Positive Emotional Reactivity in Optimal Mental Health.
Emotion, 2011, Vol. 11, 938 - 950