Bibliographic subjects

Bibliographic subject: War

Classification path:
CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS Situational correlates of happiness Individual circumstances Occurrences Recent life-events Collective events War
Additional keywords
War,confrct, violence, uprising
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Hobfoll, S.E.; Bridges, A.; Eyal, N.; Lomranz, J.; Tzemach, M. Pulse of a Nation: Depressive Mood Reactions of Israelis to the Israel-Lebanon War.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1989, Vol.56, 1002 - 1012
Landau, S.F.; Beit-Hallahmi, B.; Shlomit, L. The Personal and the Political: Israelis' Perception of Well-Being in Times of War and Peace.
Social Indicators Research, 1998, Vol. 44, 329 - 365
Cummins, R.A.; Eckersley, R.; Lo, S.K.; Okerstrom, E. Australian Unity Wellbeing Index. Survey 6, Report 6.0. The Wellbeing of Australians. Impact of the Impending Iraq War.
Australian Centre on Quality of Life, 2003, Melbourne, Australia.
Morina, N.; VonCollani, G. Impact of war-related traumatic Events on Self-evaluation and subjective Well-being
Traumatology, 2006, Vol. 12, 130 - 138
Ikin, J.F.; Creamer, M.C.; Sim, M.R. Comorbidity of PTSD and Depression in Korean War Veterans: prevelance Predictors, and Impairment.
Journal of affective Disorders, 2010, Vol. 125, 279 - 286
Ikin, J.F.; McKenzie, D.P.; Sim, M.R. Life Satisfaction and Quality in Korean War Veterans five Decades after the War.
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 2009, Vol. 63, 359 - 365
Myers, R.; Liu, D. In U.S.women Veterans rate Lives better than Men.
The Gallup Organization, april 2013
Arian, A.; Olzaeker, S. Political and Economic Interactions with National Security Opinion. The Gulf War Period in Israel.
Journal of Conflict Resolution, 1999, Vol. 43, 58 - 77
Veronese, G.; Barola, G.; Castiglioni, M. Living in the Shadow of Occupation: Life Satisfaction and Positive Emotion as Protective Factors in a Group of Palestinian School Children.
Children and Youth Services Review, 2012, Vol. 34, 225 - 233
Carmil, D.; Carel, R.S. Emotional Distress and Satisfaction in Life among Holocaust Servivers- a Community Study of Survivers and Controls.
Psychological Medicine, 1986, Vol. 16, 141-149
Stone, R.A. The Mood of Israelis in War and Peace.
Stone, R. A.: " Social Change in Israel," 1982, Praeger Publishers, New York, USA, 118-179
Dijk V., D.; Heller, D.; Seger-Guttmann, T. Life-Threatening Event Reduces Subjective Well-Being Through Activating Avoidance Motivation: A Longitudinal Study.
Emotion, 2013, Vol. 13, 216 - 225
Coupe, T.; Obrizan, M. The Impact of War on Happiness: The Case of Ukraine.
KSE, 2016, Discussion Paper Series, No. 58, 1 - 13
Coupe, T. The Impact of Terrorism on Expectations, Trust and Happiness: The Case of the November 13 Attacks in Paris, France.
Kyiv School of Economics, 2016, No. 59, 1 - 15
Shemyakina, O.N.; Plagnol, A.C. Subjective Well-Being and Armed Conflict: Evidence from Bosnia-Herzegovina
Social Indicators Research, 2013, Vol. 113, 1129 - 1152
Suvak, M.K.; Savarese, V.W.; Vogt, D.S. Relationship of War-Zone Coping Strategies to Long-Term General Life Adjustment Among Vietnam Veterans: Combat Exposure as a Moderator Variable
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 2002,Vol. 28, 974 - 985
Gokmen, G.; Yakovlev, E. War and Well-Being in Transition: Russo-Georgian Con ict as aNatural Experiment.
Working Paper, 2017, No. 243, Centre for Economic and Financial Research at NES, Moscow, Russia, 1 - 30
Shmotkin, D.; Lomranz, J. Subjective Well-Being Among Holocaust Survivors: An Examination of Overlooked Differentiations
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1998, Vol. 75, 141 - 155
Ronen, T.; Seeman, A. Subjective Well Being of Adolescents in Boarding Schools Under Threat of War
Journal of Traumatic Stress, 2007, Vol. 20, 1053-1062