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CONSEQUENCES of HAPPINESS Effects on oneself Effects on health
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Effects on health, salutogenic
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Sheldon, K.M.; Boehm, J.K.; Lyubomirsky, S. Variety is the Spice of Happiness: The Hedonic Adaptation Prevention Model.
David, S. A.; Boniwell, I.; Ayers, A. C.; Eds: "The Oxford Handbook of Happiness", Oxford University Press, 2013, Oxford, UK, 901 - 914
Smyth, J.M.; Juth, V.; Zawadski, M.J. Global Life Satisfaction predicts ambulatory Affect, Stress, and Cortisol in Daily Life in Working Adults.
Journal of Behav. Med., 2016
Hoyt, L.; Chase-Lansdale, P.; Mcdade, T.W. Positive Youth, Healthy Adults: Does Positive Well-being in Adolescence Predict Better Perceived Health and Fewer Risky Health Behaviors in Young Adulthood?
Journal of Adolescent Health, 2012, Vol. 50, 66 -73
Moss, M.S.; Hoffman, R.; Mossey, J.M. Changes Over 4 Years in Health, Quality of Life, Mental Health, and Valuation of Life.
Journal of Aging and Health, 2007, Vol. 19, 1025 - 1044
Habibov, H.N.; Afandi, E. Does Life Satisfaction Determine Subjective Health?
Applied Research in Quality of Life, 2016, Vol. 11, 413 - 428
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
Chopik, W.J.; O'Brien, E. Happy You, Healthy Me? Having a Happy Partner Is Independently Associated With Better Health in Oneself.
Health Psychology, 2017, Vol 36, 21-30
Diener, E. If, Why, and When Subjective Well-Being Influences Health, and Future Needed Research.
Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being, 2017, Vol. 9, 133 - 167
Yoo, J.; Miyamoto, Y.; Rigotti, A. Linking Positive Affect to Blood Lipids: A Cultural Perspective.
Psychological Science, 2017, 1 - 10,
Brummett, B.H.; Babyak, M.A.; Barefoot, J.C. Positive Emotion is Associated with 6-year Change in Functional Status in Individuals Aged 60 and Older
The Journal of Positive Psychology, Vol. 6, 216-223,