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Bibliographic Subjects » CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS » Personal correlates of happiness » Psychological characteristics » Mental health » Mental defects: negative mental health » Specific mental defects » Neuroticism (ICD code F60)

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CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS Personal correlates of happiness Psychological characteristics Mental health Mental defects: negative mental health Specific mental defects Neuroticism (ICD code F60)
Additional keywords
Neuroticism (ICD code F60), difficult, nervous, touchy, unstable
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Schimmack, U.; Ahadi, S.; Dzokoto, V.; Oishi, S.; Radhakrishnan, P. Culture, Personality, and Subjective Well-Being: Integrating Process Models of Life Satisfaction.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2002, Vol. 82, 582 - 593
Murberg, T.A.; Bru, E.; Svebak, S. The Role of Objective Health Indicators and Neuroticism in Perceived Health and Psychological Well-Being among Patients with Chronic Heart Failure.
Personality and Individual Difference, 1997, Vol. 22, 867 - 875
Proto, E.; Rustichini, A. Life Satisfaction, Household Income and Personality Theory.
Soep Papers 453, 2012, Berlin, Germany
Rusting, C.L.; Larsen, R.J. Extraversion, Neuroticism, and susceptibility to Positive and Negative Affect: A test of Two Theoretical Models.
Personal and Individual Differences, 1997, Vol. 22, 607 - 612
Kaempfe, N.; Mitte, K. Tell Me Who You Are, And I Will Tell You How You Feel?
European Journal of Personality, 2010, Vol. 24, 291- 308
Stavrova, O. How Regional Personality Affects Individuals’ Life Satisfaction: A case of Emotional Contagion?
Journal of Research in Personality, 2015, Vol. 58, 1 - 5
McFatter, R.M. Interaction in Predicting Mood from Extraversion and Neuroticism.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1994, Vol. 66, 570 - 578
Brockmann, H. Happy Newcomers? Subjective Well -Being of First -Generation I mmigrants in Germany.
Working Paper,2017, Robertt Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (RSCAS), Nr. 2017/63.
Garcia, D.; Erlandsson, A. The Relationship Between Personality and Subjective Well-Being: Different Association Patterns When Measuring the Affective Component in Frequency and Intensity .
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2011, Vol. 12, 1023 - 1034
Liu, Y.; Li, Z.G.; Wang, Z.H. Affective Mediators of the Influence of Neuroticism and Resilience on Life Satisfaction
Personality and Individual Differences, 2012, Vol. 52, 833 - 838
Chan, T.H. Facebook and its Effects on Users’ Empathic Social Skills and Life Satisfaction: A Double-Edged Sword Effect
Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking, 2014, Vol. 17, 276 - 280
Burton, C.M.; Peterson, J.B.; Plaks, J.E. Why Do Conservatives Report Being Happier Than Liberals? The Contribution of Neuroticism
Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 2015, Vol. 3, 89 - 102
Otonari, J.; Morita, M.; Nagano, J. Neuroticism and Extraversion Personality Traits, Health Behaviours, and Subjective Well-being: the Fukuoka Study (Japan)
Quality of Life Research, 2012, Vol. 21, 1847 - 1855
Cousins, R.; Hons, B.B. Predicting Subjective Quality of Life: The Contributions of Personality and Perceived Control
PhD Thesis, 2001, Deakin University, USA
Chou, I. F actors Affecting Students' Subjective Well-being: The Relationship between Religion, Cultural Intelligence, Personality Traits and Subjective Well-being (SWB)
Journal of Management and Marketing Review, 2019, Vol. 4, 234-241