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CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS Behavioral correlates of happiness Happiness and Health Behavior Sleep
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Sleep, rest
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Bousfield, W.A. Further Evidence of the Relation of the Euphoric Attitude to Sleep and Exercise.
Psychological Records, 1938, Vol. 2, 334 - 344
Brown, R.J.; Donderi, D.C. Dream Content and Self-Reported Well-Being among Recurrent Dreamers, Past-Recurrent Dreamers, and Non-Recurrent Dreamers.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1986, Vol. 50, 612 - 623
Cason, H. General Curves and Conditions of Feeling.
Journal of Applied Psychology, 1931, Vol. 15, 126 - 148
Curtis, G.E.; Fogel, M.L. Random Living Schedule: Psychological Effects in Man.
Journal of Psychiatric Research, 1972, Vol. 9, 315 - 323
Giannetti-Sherman, L.K. The Correlates of Happiness in Post-Separation Adjustment.
PhD Dissertation, Department of Psychology, University of Oregon, 1979, USA
Jeker-Voser, C.; Abelin, T.; Klein, M.; Schlettwein-Gsell, D. Erhebungen über die Schlafqualität im Alter (An Enquiry into Sleep Quality in the Aged).
Zeitschrift für Gerontologie, 1979, Vol. 12, 200 - 206
Wiltser, R.G. Relationship Between Verbal Reports of Pleasant and Unpleasant Moods, Sleep Duration and Sleep Quality Variables in College Students.
PhD Dissertation, University of Rochester, 1966, New York, USA
Wingard, D.L.; Berkman, L.F. Mortality Risk Associated with Sleeping Patterns among Adults.
Sleep, 1983, Vol. 6, 102 - 107
Hajak, G. Epidemiology of Severe Insomnia and its Consequences in Germany.
European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience, 2001, Vol. 251, 49 - 56
Linn, L.S.; Cope, D.W.; Yager, J. Factors Associated with Life Satisfaction among Practicing Internists.
Medical Care, 1986, Vol. 24, 830 - 837
Barry, H.; Bousfield, W.A. A Quantitative Determination of Euphoria and its Relation to Sleep.
Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 1934, Vol. 29, 385 - 389
Dolan, P.; Peasgood, T.; White, M.P. Review of Research on the Influences on Personal Well-Being and Application to Policy Making.
Report for Defra, 2006, UK
Veenhoven, R. Findings on Happiness and Sleep.
World Database of Happiness, Collection of Correlational Findings, Finding report S4, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Printout 2009,
Pilcher, J.J.; Ott, E.S. The Relationships between Sleep and Measures of Health and Well-Being in College Students: A Repeated Measures Approach.
Behavioral Medicine, 1998, Vol. 23, 170 - 175
Nes, R.B.; Reichborn-Kjennerud, T.; Roysamb, E. Subjective Wellbeing and Sleep Problems: a bivariate twin Study.
Twin Research and Human genetics, 2005, Vol. 8, 440 - 449
Pilcher, J.J.; Ginter, D.R.; Sadowsky, B. Sleep Quality Versus Sleep quantity: Relationships Between Sleep and Measures of Health, Well-Being and Sleepiness in college Students.
Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 1997, Vol. 42, 583 - 596
Norlander, T.; Bood, S.A.; Johansson, A. The Affective Personality: Its Relation to Quality of Sleep , Well-Being and Stress.
Social Behavior and Personality, 2005, Vol. 33, 709 - 722
kuehnle, D.; Wunder, C. Using the Life Satisfaction Approach to Value Daylight Savings Time Transitions. Evidence from Britain and Germany.
BGPE Discussion Paper, 2014, No. 156, Nuremberg, Germany
Piper, A.T. Sleep Duration and Life Satisfaction.
Int. Rev. Econ., (2016), Vol. 63, 305 - 325
Yokoyama, E.; Kaneita, Y.; Saito, Y. Association between Subjective Well-being and Sleep among the Elderly in Japan.
Sleep and Medicine, 2008, Vol. 9, 157 - 164
Peng, B.; Sousa-Poza, A. Commute Time and Subjective Well-Being in Urban China.
Econstor Working Paper, 2015, No. 9, 1 - 42, Bonn, Germany
Ong, A. D.; Exner-Cortens, D.; Riffin, C. Linking Stable and Dynamic Features of Positive Affect to Sleep.
Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 2013, Vol. 46, 52 - 61
Wrzus, C.; Riediger, M.; Wagner, D. Feeling Good When Sleeping In? Day-To-Day Associations Between Sleep Duration and Affective Well-Being Differ From Youth to Old Age.
Emotion, 2014, Vol. 14, 624 - 628
Jankowski, K.S. Is the Shift in Chronotype Associated with an Alteration in Well-Being?
Biological Rhythm Research, 2015, Vol. 46,
Peltzer, K.; Pengpid, S. Subjective Happiness and Health Behavior among a Sample of University Students in India.
Social Behavior and Personality, 2013, Vol. 41, 1045 - 1056
Nie, P. Commute Time and Subjective Well-Being in Urban China.
Hohenheim Discussion Papers in Business, 2015, No. 09, 1 - 42
Akay, A.; Martinsson, P.; Ralsmark, H. I Can’t Sleep! Relative Concerns and Sleep Behavior.
Working Paper in Economics, 2017, No. 709, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, 1 - 47.
Paunio, T.; Hublin, C.; Korhonen, T. Longitudinal Study on Poor Sleep and Life Dissatisfaction in a Nationwide Cohort of Twins.
American Journal of Epidemiology, 2009, Vol. 69, 206 - 213
Kalmbach, D.A.; Drake, C; Pillai, V.; Roth, T The Interplay Between Daily Affect and Sleep: a 2-Week Study of Young Women
Journal of Sleep Research, 2014,Vol. 23, 636-645
Zhao, S.Z.; Viswanath, K.; Wang, M.P. Short Sleep Duration and Insomnia Symptoms were Associated with Lower Happiness Levels in Chinese Adults in Hong Kong
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2019, Vol. 16, nr 2079