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CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS Behavioral correlates of happiness Happiness and Pro-social Behavior Giving
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Giving, altruism
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Authors Title / Source Year Winseman, A.L. Congregational Engagement Index: Life Satisfaction and Giving.
Gallup Poll News Service, 26 February 2002, The Gallup Organization, Washington DC, USA
Dunn, E.W.; Aknin, L.B.; Norton, M.I. Spending Money on Others Promotes Happiness.
Science, 2008, Vol. 319, 1687 - 1688
Charities Aid Foudation, The World Giving Index 2010.
Charities Aid Foundation, 2010, West Maling, UK
Anik, L.; Aknin, L.B.; Norton, M.I. Feeling Good about Giving: The Benefits ( and Costs) of Self-Interested Charitable Behavior.
Working Paper no. 10-1012, Harvard Business School, 2009, Harvard, USA
Aknin, L.B.; Dunn, E.W.; Norton, M.I. Happiness Runs in a Circular Motion: Evidence for a Positive Feedback Loop between Prosocial Spending and Happiness.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2012, Vol. 13, 347 - 355
Aknin, L.B.; Barrington-Leigh, C.; Dunn, E.W. Prosocial Spending and Well-Being: Cross-Cultural Evidence for a Psychological Universal.
Journal of Social Psychology, 2013, Vol. 104, 635 - 652
Dunn, E.W.; Aknin, L.B.; Norton, A. Prosocial Spending and Happiness - Using Money to Benefit Others Pays Off.
Psychological Science, 2014, Vol. 23, 41 - 47
Brethel-Haurwitz, K; Marsh, A. Geographical Differences in Subjective Well-Being Predict Extraordinary Altruism.
Psychological Science, 2014 , Vol. 25, 762 - 771
Ugur, Z.B. From Headscarves to Donation: Three Essays on the Economics of Gender, Health and Happiness.
Dissertation, Tilburg University, 2013, The Netherlands
Aknin, L.B.; Dunn, E.W.; Sandstrom, G.M. It's the Recipient That Counts: Spending Money on Strong Social Ties Leads to Greater Happiness than Spending on Weak Social Ties.
PLOS One Open Access, 2011, Vol. 6, E17018, 1 -3
Chen, X.; Silverstein, M. Intergenerational Social Support and the Psychological Well-Being of Older Parents in China.
Research on Aging, 2000, Vol. 22, 43 - 65
Aknin, L.B.; Helliwell, J.F.; Mayraz, G. The Emotional Consequences of Donation Opportunities.
NBER Working Paper Series, 2014, No. 20696, Cambridge, MA, USA
Aknin, L.B.; Dunn, E.W.; Han, H.R. Giving leads to Happiness in Young Children.
PLOS One, Open Access, 2012, Vol 7, 1 - 5
Aknin, L.B.; Dunn, D.S.; Sandstrom, G.M. Does Social Connection Turn Good Deeds into Good Feelings? On the Value of Putting the "Social" in Prosocial Spending.
International Journal of Happiness and Development, 2013, Vol. 1, 155 -171.
Aknin, L.B.; Broesch, T.; Hamlin, J.K. Prosocial Behavior Leads to Happiness in a Small-Scale Rural Society.
Journal of Experimental Psychology, 2015, Vol. 144, 788 - 795
Anik, L.; Aknin, L.B.; Dunn, E.W.; Norton, M.I. Feeling Good About Giving: The Benefits (and Costs) of Self-Interested Charitable Behavior
Harvard Business School, Working Paper, 2015, No. 12, 1 - 25
Tiefenbach, T.; Kohlbacher, F. Disasters, Donations, and Tax Law Changes: Disentangling Effects on Subjective Wellbeing by Exploiting a Natural Experiment.
DIJ, 2015, Working Paper 15/1, 1 - 40
Pholphirul, P. Happiness from Giving: Quantitative Investigation of Thai Buddhists.
Applied Research in Quality of Life, 2015, Vol. 10, 703 - 720.
Mogensen, A. Giving without Sacrifice, The Relationship between Income, Happiness, and Giving.
Oxford Talks, 2011, 1 - 10, Oxford, UK
Huang, Y. Downward Social Comparison Increases Life-Satisfaction in the Giving and Volunteering Context.
Social Indicators Research, 2016, Vol. 125, 665 - 676
Okten, C.; Osili, U.; Ozer, E.M. Life Satisfaction and Charitable Giving: New Evidence from the PSID.
Working Paper, 2016, Department of Economics, Ihsan Do˘gramacı Bilkent University, 1 - 33, Ankara
Boenigk, S.; Mayr, M.L. The Happiness of Giving: Evidence from the German Socio economic Panel That Happier People Are More Generous.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2016, Vol.17, 1825 - 1846
Ariyabuddhipungs, V.; Li, J. Buddhist Good Karma of Giving, Optimism, and Happiness Among Thai Female Sex Workers.
Social Indicators Research, 2016, Vol. 127, 903 - 917.
Ugur, Z.B. Donate More, Be Happier! Evidence from the Netherlands.
Applied Research in Quality of Life, 2018, Vol. 13, 157-177
Konrath, S.H. The Power of Philanthropy and Volunteering.
Huppert, F.A. And Cooper, C.L. "Interventions and Policies to Enhance Wellbeing: A Complete Reference Guide", 2014, John Wiley & Sons, Chapter 11
Park, S.Q.; Dogan, A.; Kahnt, T. A Neural Link between Generosity and Happiness
Nature Communications, 2017, Vol. 8, Article Number 15964
Hanniball, K.H.; Aknin, L.B.; Douglas, K.; Viljoen, J.L. Does Helping Promote Well-Being in At-Risk Youth and Ex-Offender Samples?
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 2018,
Joarder, M.A.M.; Dockery, A.M.; Harris, M. Remittances and Happiness of Migrants and Their Home Households: Evidence Using Matched Samples
The Journal of Development Studies, 2017, Vol. 53, No. 3, 422 - 443
Ren, Q.; Ye, M. Donations Make People Happier: Evidence from the Wenchuan Earthquake.
Social Indicators Research, 2017, Vol. 132, 517 - 536
Aknin, L.B.; Norton, M.I.; Whillans, A.V. Happiness and Prosocial Behavior: An Evaluation of the Evidence
Helliwell, J.F et al (Eds), World Happiness Report 2019, Chapter 4
Wang, L.; Graddy, E. Social Capital, Volunteering, and Charitable Giving
Voluntas, 2008, Vol. 42, 19 - 23
Aknin, L.B.; Dunn, E.W.; Lok, I; Proulx, J. Does Spending Money on Others Promote Happiness?: A Registered Replication Report
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology: Attitudes and Social Cognition, 2020, Vol. 119, e15-e26