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CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS Personal correlates of happiness Psychological characteristics Personality Personality traits Humorous
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Humorous, joking, sarcastic
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Leist, A.K.; Müller, D. Humor Types Show Different Patterns of Self-Regulation, Self-Esteem, and Well-Being.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2013, Vol. 14, 551 - 569
Ruch, W.; Proyer, R.T.; Weber, M. Humor as a Character Strength Among the Elderly.
Zeitschrift für Gerontologie und Geriatrie, 2010, Vol 43, 13 - 18
Ruch, W. Trait Cheerfulness and the Sense of Humour.
Personality and Individual Differences, 1996, Vol. 24, 551 - 558
Kuiper, N.A.; Dance, K.A.; Martin, R. Sense of Humour and Enhanced Quality of Life.
Personal and Individual Differences, 1992, Vol. 13, 1273 - 1283
Kuiper, N.A.; Martin, R.A. Laughter and Stress in Daily Life: Relation to Positive and Negative Affect.
Motivation and Emotion, 1998, Vol. 22, 133 - 153
Martin, R.A.; Dance, K.A.; Kuiper, N.A.; Olinger, J. Humor, coping with stress, self concept, and psychological well-being.
Humor,1993, Vol. 6, 89 -104
Köhler, G.; Ruch, W. Sources of Variance in Current Sense of Humor Inventories: How Much Substance, how Much Method Variance?
Humor - International Journal of Humor, 1996, 1- 23
Kuiper, N.A.; Martin, R.A. Sense of Humor, self-concept, and Psychological Well-Being in psychiatric Inpatients.
Humor, 1998, Vol. 11, 357 -381
Bos, E.; De Jonge, P.; Snippe, E. Preserving Subjective Wellbeing in the Face of Psychopathology: Buffering Effects of Personal Strengths and Resources.
PLOS ONE, 2016, Vol. 11, 1 - 14
Moyano-Díaz, E. Afrontamiento, Salud Mntal y Felicidad Bajo Huelga y Ocupación Universitariai (Coping, Mental Health and Happiness in University Staff)
Arquivos Brasileiros de Psicologia, 2017, Vol. 69, 153-167
Brajkovic, L.; Gregurek, R; Kusevic, Z. Life Satisfaction in Persons of the Third Age after Retirement.
Collegium Antropologicum, 2011, Vol. 35, 35, 665--671
Tümkaya, S. Humor Styles and Socio-Demographic Variables as Predictors of Subjective Well-Being of Turkish University Students
Education and Science, 2011, Vol. 36, No 160
Zhao, J.; Kong, F.; Wang, Y. Exploring the Mediation Effect of Social Support and Self-Esteem on the Relationship between Humor Style and Life Satisfaction in Chinese College Students
Personality and Individual Differences, 2014, Vol. 64, 126 - 130
Celso, B.G.; Burkhead, E.J.; Ebener, D.J. Humor Coping, Health Status, and Life Satisfaction among Older Adults Residing in Assisted Living Facilities
Aging & Mental Health, 2003, Vol. 7, 438 - 445
Ford, T.E.; Holden, C.J.; Lappi, S.K. Personality, Humor Styles and Happiness: Happy People Have Positive Humor Styles
Europe's Journal of Psychology, 2016, Vol. 12, 320 - 327
Marrero Quevedo, R.J.; Carballeira, M.; Hernandez-Cabrera, J.A. Does Humor Mediate the Relationship Between Positive Personality and Well‑Being? The Moderating Role of Gender and Health
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2020, Vol. 21, 1117 - 1144
Chang, E.C.; Liu, J.; Yi, S. Coping Behaviors as Predictors of Hedonic Well‑Being in Asian Indians: Does Being Optimistic Still Make a Difference?
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2020, Vol. 21, 289 - 304