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Bibliographic subjects

Bibliographic subject: Happiness and Pets

Classification path:
CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS Situational correlates of happiness Individual circumstances Intimate environment Happiness and Pets
Additional keywords
Happiness and Pets,domestic animal, cat, dog, horse
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Horn, J.C.; Meer, J. The Pleasure of Their Company: A Report on Psychology Today's Survey on Pets and People.
Psychology Today, 1984, Vol. 18, 52 - 57
1984
Cummins, R.A.; Davern, M.T.; Eckersley, R.; Hunter, B.; Lo, S.K.; Okerstrom, E. Australian Unity Wellbeing Index, Survey, Report 8.0. The Wellbeing of Australians. Feeling Connected to Australia.
Australian Center on Quality of Life, November 2003, Melbourne, Australia
2003
Cummins, R.A.; Davern, M.T.; Eckersley, R.; Hunter, B.; Lo, S.K.; Okerstrom, E. Australian Unity Wellbeing Index. Report 9.0. The Wellbeing of Australians. Effects of Household Debt.
Australian Center on Quality of Life, 2004, Melbourne, Australia
2004
Taylor, P.; Craighill, P.; Funk, C. Are We Happy Yet?
PEW Research Center, A Social Trends Report, 2006, Washington DC, USA
2006
Veenhoven, R. Findings on Happiness and Pets.
World Database of Happiness, Collection of Correlational Findings, Finding report P14, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Printout 2009, http://worlddatabaseofhappiness.eur.nl.
2009
Staats, S.; Horner, K. Allocating Time to People and Pets: Correlates with Income and Well-Being in a Midwest Community Sample.
The Journal of Psychology, 1999, Vol. 133, 541 -552
1999
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
2016