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CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS Personal correlates of happiness Psychological characteristics Goals Having goals
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Having goals, planning, aimless
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Brisette, G.G. The Significance of Life Goals in Aging Adjustment: A Pilot Study.
California Mental Health Research Monograph, 1967, Nr. 9
Csikszentmihalyi, M. Flow. The Psychology of Optimal Experience.
Harper and Row, 1990, New York, USA
Ogilvie, D.M. Life Satisfaction and Identity Structure in Late Middle-Aged Men and Women.
Psychology and Aging, 1987, Vol. 2, 217 - 224
Sheehy, G. Pathfinders; How to Achieve Happiness by Conquering Life's Crises.
Sidgwick & Jackson, 1982, London, UK
Omodei, M.M.; Wearing, A.J. Need Satisfaction and Involvement in Personal Projects: Toward an Integrative Model of Subjective Well-Being.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1990, Vol. 59, 762 - 769
Salmela-Aro, K. Self-Doubt and Self-Enhancement, Self-Related Personal Projects and Well-Being in the Transition to University Life.
Paper, 1996, University of Helsinki, Finland
Dubé, L.; Jodoin, M.; Kairouz, S. L'Engagement: Un Gage de Bonheur? (Involvement: A Way to Happiness?)
Revue Québécoise de Psychologie, 1997, Vol. 18, 211 -238
Fleeson, W.; Cantor, N. Goal Relevance and the Affective Experience of Daily Life: Ruling Out Situational Explanations.
Motivation and Emotion, 1995, Vol. 19, 25 - 57
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
Watson, D. Mood and Temperament.
The Guilford Press, 2000, New York, USA
Evans, S.; Huxley, P.J. Adaptation, Response-shift and Quality of Life Ratings in Mentally Well and Unwell Groups.
Quality of Life Research, 2005, Vol. 14, 1719 - 1732
Veenhoven, R. Findings on Happiness and Planning.
World Database of Happiness, Collection of Correlational Findings, Finding report P7, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Printout 2009,
Hooker, K.; Siegler, I.C. Life Goals, Satisfaction, and Self-Rated Health: Preliminary Findings.
Experimental Aging Research, 1993, Vol. 19, 97 - 110
Pomerantz, E.M.; Oishi, S.; Saxon, J.L. The Psychological Trade-offs of Goal Investment.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2000, Vol. 79, 617 - 630
Philippe, F.L.; Lavigne, G.L.; Vallerand, R.J. Passion Does Make a Difference in People’s Lives: A Look at Well-Being in Passionate and Non-Passionate Individuals.
International Association of Applied Psychology; Health and Well-Being, 2009, Vol 1, 3 - 22
Wiese, B.S.; Freund, A.M. Goal Progress Makes One Happy, or Does It? Longitudinal Findings from the Work Domain.
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 2005, Vol. 78, 287 - 304
Sumerlin, J.R.; Bundrick, C.M. Happiness and Self-Actualisation Under Conditions of Strain: A Sample of Homeless Men.
Perceptual and Motor Skills, 2000, Vol. 90, 191 - 203
Duffy, R.D.; Sedlacek, W.E. The Salience of a Career Calling Among College Students: Exploring Group Differences and Links to Religiousness, Life Meaning, and Life Satisfaction.
The Career Development Quarterly, 2010, Vol. 59, 27 - 41
Duffy, R.D.; Borges, N.J.; Manuel, R.S. Calling, Vocational Development, and Well Being: A Longitudinal Study of Medical Students.
Journal of Vocational Behavior, 2011, Vol. 79, 361- 366
Anand, P.; Peichl, A.; Roope, L. Wellbeing Evidence for the Assessment of Progress.
IZA Discussion Paper, 2016, No. 9840
Bauer, J.J.; McAdams, D.C. Eudaimonic Growth: Narrative Growth Goals Predict Increases in Ego Development and Subjective Well-Being 3 Years Later.
Developmental Psychology,2010, Vol. 46, 761 - 772
Prenda, K.M.; Lachman, M.E. Planning for the Future: A Life Management Strategy for Increasing Control and Life Satisfaction in Adulthood.
Psychology and Aging, 2001, Vol. 16, 206 - 216
Bahrami, Z.; Cranney, J. Integrated Conative Model of Well-Being: from Motives to Well-Being
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2018, Vol. 19, 961 - 981
Low, G.; Molzahn, A.E. Predictors of Quality of Life in Old Age: A Cross-Validation Study
Research in Nursing & Health, 2007, Vol. 30, 141 - 150
McKnight, P.E.; Kashdan, T.B. Purpose in Life as a System That Creates and Sustains Health and Well-Being: An Integrative, Testable Theory
Review of General Psychology © 2009 American Psychological Association, 2009, Vol. 13, 242-251
Azizli, N.; Atkinson, B.E.; Baughman, H.M. Relationships between General Self-efficacy, Planning for the Future, and Life Satisfaction
Personality and Individual Differences, 2015, Vol. 82, 58 - 60