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Bibliographic Subjects » CONSEQUENCES of HAPPINESS » Functions of (un)happiness » Functions of experiencing (un)happiness in oneself » Functions of hedonic level

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CONSEQUENCES of HAPPINESS Functions of (un)happiness Functions of experiencing (un)happiness in oneself Functions of hedonic level
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Functions of hedonic level, good spirits
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Parkinson, B.; Briner, R.B.; Reynolds, S.; Totterdell, P. Changing Moods. The Psychology of Mood and Mood Regulation.
Addison Wesley Longman Limited, 1996, UK
Csikszentmihalyi, M. Finding Flow: The Psychology of Engagement in Everyday Life.
Basic Books, 1997, New York, USA
Oatley, K. Best Laid Schemes. The Psychology of Emotions.
Cambridge University Press, 1992, Cambridge, UK
Lykken, D.T. Happiness: What Studies on Twins Show Us About Nature, Nurture and the Happiness Set-Point.
Golden Books, 1999, New York, USA
Morris, W.N. The Mood System.
Kahneman, D.;Diener, E.;Schwarz, N.;Eds.: "Well-Being: The Foundations of Hedonic Psychology", Russell Sage Foundation, 1999, New York, USA, 169 - 189
Zautra, A.J.; Berkhof, J.; Nicolson, N.A. Changes in Affect Interrelations as a Function of Stressful Events.
Cognition and Emotion, 2002, Vol. 16, 309 - 318
Diener, E.; Fujita, F.; Sandvik, E. What Subjective Well-Being Researchers Can Tell Emotion Researchers about Affect.
Paper 8th Conference International Society for Research on Emotion, 1994, USA
Lazarus, R.S. Emotion and Adaptation.
Oxford University Press, 1991, New York, USA, 265 - 270, 387 - 422
Bloch, C. Moods and Culture of Feeling.
Paper, University of Copenhagen, 2004, Denmark
Klein, S. Die Glücksformel. Oder wie die guten Gefühle entstehen. (The Happiness Formula. How Good Feelings Come About).
Rowolt Verlag, 2002, Germany
Vitterso, J.; Dyrdal, G.M.; Roysamb, E. Utilities and Capabilities: A Psychological Account of the Two concepts and Their Relations to the Idea of a Good Life
Paper 2nd Workshop on Capabilities and Happiness, University of Milano, 2005, Biocca, Italy
Balcombe, J. Pleasurable Kingdom. Animals and the Nature of Feeling Good.
MacMillan, 2006, New York, USA
Bloch, C. Moods and Quality of Life.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2002, Vol. 3, 101 - 128
Chemali, Z.N.; Chahine, L.; Naassan, G. On Happiness: A Minimalist Perspective on a Complex Neural Circuitry and its Psychosocial Constructs.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2008, Vol. 9, 489 - 501
Cabanac, M. Pleasure: The Common Currency.
Journal of Theoretical Biology, 1992, Vol. 155, 173 - 200
Carver, C.S.; Scheier, M.F. Origins and Functions of Positive and Negative Affect: A Control-Process View.
Psychological Review, 1990, Vol. 97, 19 - 35
Grinde, B. Why Negative Feelings are Important when Assessing Well-Being.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2016, Vol.17, 1741 - 1752