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CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS Personal correlates of happiness Psychological characteristics Views Values Ethical values Hedonic values
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Hedonic values, pleasure
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Headey, B.; Wearing, A.J. Understanding Happiness: A Theory of Subjective Well-Being.
Longman Cheshire, 1992, Melbourne, Australia
Thurnher, M. Goals, Values, and Life Evaluations at The Pre-Retirement Stage.
Journal of Gerontology, 1974, Vol. 29, 85 - 96
Headey, B. An Economic Model of Subjective Well-Being: Integrating Economic and Psychological Theories.
Social Indicators Research, 1993, Vol. 28, 97 - 116
Suh, E.M.; Diener, E.; Oishi, S.; Triandis, H.C. The Shifting Basis of Life Satisfaction Judgments across Cultures: Emotions versus Norms.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1998, Vol. 74, 482 - 493
Stromberg, C.; Boehnke, K. Person/Society Value Congruence and Well-Being: The Role of Acculturation Strategies.
Schmuck, P; Sheldon, K.M.; Eds.: "Life Goals and Well-Being", Hogreve & Huber, 2001, USA, 37 - 57
Scollon, C.N.; Caldwell, A.E.; Howard, A.H.; Ito, S. The Role of Ideal Affect in the Experience and Memory of Emotions.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2009, Vol. 10, 257 -2 69
Veenhoven, R. Findings on Happiness and Happiness: Views on Happiness.
World Database of Happiness, Collection of Correlational Findings, Finding report H3, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Printout 2009,
Vella-Brodrick, D.A.; Park, N.; Peterson, C. Three Ways to be Happy: Pleasure, Engagement, and Meaning-Findings from Australian and US Samples.
Social Indicators Research, 2009, Vol. 90, 165 - 179
Brdar, I.; Miljkovic, D.; Rijavic, M. Approaches to Happiness, Life Goals and Well-Being.
Freire, T.(Ed).: "Understanding Positive Life Research and Practice on Positive Psychology", Climepsi, 2009, Lisbon, Portugal, 43 - 62
Chan, D.W. Orientations to Happiness and Subjective Well-Being among Chinese Prospective and In-Service Teachers in Hong Kong.
Educational Psychology, 2009, Vol. 29, 139 - 151
Bobowik, M.; Basabe, N.; Paez, D. Personal Values and Well-Being among Europeans, Spanish Natives and Immigrants to Spain: Does the Culture Matter?
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2011, Vol. 12, 401 - 419
Ruch, W.; Harzer, C.; Proyer, R.T. Ways to Happiness in German-Speaking Countries: The Adaptation of the German Vision of the Orientations to Happiness Questionnaire in Paper-Pencil and Internet Samples.
European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 2010, Vol. 26, 227 - 234
Feldman, F. The Good Life: A Defense of Attitudinal Hedonism.
Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 2002, Vol. 45, 604 - 628.
CocaCola, Essgewohnheiten. (Eating Habits).
Forsa Report N3325/28114KYBy, 2013, Germany
Lau, H.P.B.; Schnall, S.; White, M.P. Quantifying the Value of Emotions Using a Willingness to Pay Approach.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2013, vol. 14, 1543 - 1561
Rusting, C.L.; Larsen, R.J. Moods as Sources of Stimulation: Relationships between Personality and Desired Mood States.
Personality and Individual Differences, 1995, Vol.18, 321 - 329
McMahan, E.A.; Estes, D. Hedonic Versus Eudaimonic Conceptions of Well-being: Evidence of Differential Associations With Self-reported Well-being
Social Indicators Research, 2011, Vol.103, 93 - 108
Mauss, I.B.; Anderson, C.R.; Tamir, M. Can Seeking Happiness Make People Unhappy? Paradoxical Effects of Valuing Happiness.
Emotion, 2011, Vol. 11, 807 - 815
Mauss, I.B.; Anderson, C.R.; Tamir, M. The Pursuit of Happiness Can Be Lonely.
Emotion, 2012, Vol. 12, 908 - 912
Tsai, J.L. Ideal Affect: Cultural Causes and Behavioral Consequences.
Perspectives on Psychological Science, 2007, Vol. 2, 242 - 259
Uchida, Y.; Kawahara, K.; Takahashi, Y. Changes in Hedonic and Eudaimonic Well-Being After a Severe Nationwide Disaster: The Case of the Great East Japan Earthquake.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2014, Vol. 15, 207 - 221
Adler, M.; Dolan, A.B.; Kavetsos, G. Would you Choose to be Happy? Tradeoffs between Happiness and the other Dimensions of Life in a Large Population Survey.
Duke Law School Public Law & Legal Theory Series, 2015, No. 2015-35, 1 - 51
Ford, B.Q.; Dmitrieva, J.O. Culture Shapes Whether the Pursuit of Happiness Predicts Higher or Lower Well-Being.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 2015
Luong, G.; Wagner, G.G.; Wrzus, C. When Bad Moods May Not Be So Bad: Valuing Negative Affect Is Associated With Weakened Affect - Health Links.
Emotion, 2015, Vol. 16, 387 - 401
Joshanloo, M.; Jarden, A. Individualism as the Moderator of the Relationship between Hedonism and Happiness: A study in 19 Nations.
Personality and Individual Differences, 2016, Vol. 94, 149 - 152
Luhmann, M.; Hawkley, L.C.; Necka, E.A. Is Valuing Happiness associated with Lower Well-Being? A Factor-Level Analysis using the Valuing Happiness Scale.
Journal of Research in Personality, 2016, Vol. 60, 46 - 50
Catalino, L.I.; Algoe, S.B.; Fredrickson, B.L. Prioritizing Positivity: An Effective Approach to Pursuing Happiness?
Emotion, 2014, Vol. 14, 1155 - 1161
Vitterso, J.; Dahl, T.I. What’s in a face? Perhaps some elements of both eudaimonic and hedonic well-being
The Journal of Positive Psychology, 2013, Vol. 8, 337-345
Balestra, C.; Boarini, R.; Tosetto, E. What Matters Most to People? Evidence from the OECD Better Life Index Usrs' Responses.
Social Indicators research, 2018, Vol. 136, 907 - 930.
Petrescu, M.; Kara, A. Consumer Aspirations and Subjective Well-Being.
Journal of International Consumer Marketing, 2018, 1- 14
Passmore, H.A.; Holder, M.D.; Howell, A.J. Positioning Implicit Theories of Well-Being Within a Positivity Framework
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2018, Vol. 19, 2445 - 2463
Ganglmair Wooliscroft, A.; Wooliscroft, B. Well-Being and Everyday Ethical Consumption
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2019, Vol. 20, 141 - 163
Russo-Netzer, P. Prioritizing Meaning as a Pathway to Meaning in Life and Well‑Being
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2019, Vol. 20, 1863-1891