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CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS Personal correlates of happiness Psychological characteristics Views Values Political values Political conservatism
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Political conservatism, progressive, right-wing, left-wing, tory, orthodox
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Harding, S.D.; Fogarty, M.; Phillips, D. Contrasting Values in Western Europe.
McMillan, 1986, London, UK
Napier, J.L.; Jost, J.T. Why are Conservatives Happier than Liberals?
Psychological Science, 2008, Vol. 19, 565 - 572
Knabe, A.; Rätzel, S.; Thomsen, S.L. Right-wing Extremism and the Well-Being of Immigrants.
CESifo Working Paper no.2841 Category 3: Social Protection, 2009, Munich, Germany
Bjornskov, C.; Dreher, A.; Fischer, J.A. On the Relation between Income Inequality and Happiness: do Fairness Perceptions matter?
Hamburg Contemporary Economic Discussions no 27, Hamburg University, 2009, Hamburg, Germany
Knoll, B.; Pitlik, H.; Rode, M. A Note on the Impact of Economic Regulation on Life Satisfaction.
WIFO Working Papers, 2012, No. 441, Vienna, Austria
Dreher, A.; Ohler, H. Does Government Ideology affect Personal Happiness? A Test.
Economic Letters, 2011, Vol. 111, 161 - 165
Wojcik, S.P.; Graham, J.; Hovasapian, A. Conservatives report, but Liberals display, greater |Happiness.
Political Psychology, 2015, Vol. 347, 1243 - 1246
Onraet, E.; Roets, A.; Van Assche, J. The Happiness Gap between Conservatives and Liberals depends on Country-Level Threat: A Worldwide Multilevel Study.
Social Psychology and Personality Science, 2016, 1 - 9
Okulicz-Kozaryn, A.; Avery, D.R.; Holmes, D.S. The Subjective Well-Being Political Paradox: Happy Welfare States and Unhappy Liberals.
Journal of Applied, 2014, 1 - 11
Stavrova, O.; Luhmann, M. Are Conservatives Happier than Liberals? Not Always and not Everywhere.
Journal of Research in Personality, 2016, Vol. 63, 29 - 35
Onraet, E.; Dhont, K.; VanHiel, A. The Relationship Between Right-Wing Ideological Attitudes and Psychological Well-Being.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 2013, Vol. 39, 509 - 522
Schlenker, B.R.; Chambers, J.R.; Le, B.M. Conservatives Are Happier Than Liberals, But Why? Political Ideology, Personality, And Life Satisfaction.
Journal of Research in Personality, 2012, Vol. 46, 127 - 146
VanHiel, A. Defining the Happiness Gap
Science, 2015, Vol. 348, 1216
Butz, S.; Bless, H.; Kieslich, P.J. Why are Conservatives Happier than Liberals? Comparing Different Explanations Based on System Justification, Multiple Group Membership, and Positive Adjustment
European Journal of Social Psychology, 2017, Vol. 47, 362 - 372
Lascher, E.; Wassmer, R,W. Ideology and Happiness in the USA
Filomena Maggino (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research, 2nd edition, Springer, 2020