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CONSEQUENCES of HAPPINESS Problems in assessing happiness effects
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Problems in assessing happiness effects,

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 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
Graham, C.; Eggers, A.; Sukhtankar, S. Does Happiness Pay? An Exploration Based on Panel Data from Russia.
Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, 2004, Vol. 55, 319 - 342
Nickerson, C. Theory/ Analysis Mismatch: Comment on Fredrickson and Joiners (2002) Test of the Broaden- and Build Theory of Positive Emotions.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2007, Vol. 8, 537 - 561
Tumen, S.; Zeydanli, Tugba Is Happiness Contagious? Separating Spillover Externalities from the Group-Level Social Context.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2015, Vol. 16, 719 - 744
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