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CORRELATES OF HAPPINESS Situational correlates of happiness Individual circumstances Occurrences Recent life-events Individual life events Minor daily event
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Minor daily event, hassle, annoy, stress, joy
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Brandstätter, H. Alltagsereignisse und Wohlbefinden. (Daily Events and Well-being.)
Abele, A.;Decker, P.(Eds).: "Wohlbefinden: Theorie, Empirie, Diagnostik", Juventa Verlag, 1991, München, Germany, 191 - 225
Clark, L.A.; Watson, D. Mood and the Mundane: Relations between Daily Life Events and Self Reported Mood.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1988, Vol. 54, 296 - 308
Kanner, A.D.; Coyne, J.C.; Lazarus, R.S.; Schaefer, C.A. Comparison of Two Modes of Stress Measurement: Daily Hassles and Uplifts versus Major Life Events.
Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 1981, Vol. 4, 1 - 39
Emmons, R.A. Personal Strivings, Daily Life Events, and Psychological and Physical Well-Being.
Journal of Personality, 1991, Vol. 59, 453 - 472
Staats, S.; Colbert, B.; Partlo, C. Uplifts, Hassles, and Quality of Life in Older Workers.
Sirgy, M.J.;Samli, A.C.;Eds.: "New Dimensions in Marketing Quality-of-Life Research", Quorum, 1995, Westport, USA, 117 - 135
Reis, H.T.; Gable, S.L.; Sheldon, K.M. Daily Well-Being: The Role of Autonomy, Competence, and Relatedness.
Personality and Social Psychology, 2000, Vol. 26, 419 - 435
Sheldon, K.M.; Ryan, R.M. What Makes a Good Day? Competence and Autonomy in the Day and in the Person.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 1996, Vol. 22, 1270 - 1279
Lyubomirsky, S.; Tucker, K.L. Implications of Individual Differences in Subjective Happiness for Perceiving, Interpreting, and Thinking about Life Events.
Motivation and Emotion, 1998, Vol. 22, 155 - 186
Rintala, D.H.; Matamores, R.; Robinsonwhelen, S. Subjective Stress in Male Veterans with Spinal Cord Injury.
Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, 2005, Vol. 42, 291 - 304
Maybery, D.J.; Arentz, A.; Jones-Ellis, J.; Neale, J. The Positive Event Scale: Measuring uplift Frequency and Intensity in an Adult Sample.
Social Indicators Research, 2006, Vol. 78, 61 - 83
Duncan, E.; Grazzani-Gavazzi, I.; Sheffield, D. Positive Emotional Experience in Scottish and Italian Young Adults: Summary Findings, Scientific Issues and the Way Forward
DelleFave, A.; Ed.: "Dimensions of Well-Being", Franco Angeli, 2006, Milano, Italy, 75 - 90
Wolf, T.M.; Elston, R.C.; Kissling, G.E. Relationship of hassles, uplifts and life events to psychological well-being of freshman medical students.
Behavioral Medicine, 1989, Spring,, 37 - 45
Oishi, S.; Choi, D.W.; Diener, E. The Dynamics of Daily Events and Well-Being across Cultures: When Less is More.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2007, Vol. 93, 685 - 698
Becchetti, L.; Degli Antoni, G. The Sources of Happiness: Evidence from the Investment Game.
Journal of Economic Psychology, 2010, Vol. 31, 498 - 509
Chen, L.H.; Chen, M.Y; Ye, Y.C. Alegria! Flow in Leisure and Life Satisfaction: The Mediating Role of Event Satisfaction using Data from Acrobatics Show.
Social Indicators Research, 2010, Vol. 99, 301 - 313
Dennerstein, L.; Guthrie, J.R.; Lehert, P. The Effects of the menopausal Transition and biopsychosocial Factors on Well-being.
Archives of Women's Mental Health, 2002, Vol. 5 15 - 22
Tsutsui, Y.; Ohtake, F. Asking about changes in happiness in a daily web survey.
Discussion Paper no. 813, the Institute of social and economic Research, Osaka University, 2011, Japan.
Hurley, D.B.; Kwon, p. Savoring Helps Most When You Have Little: Interaction Between Savoring the Moment and Uplifts on Positive Affect and Satisfaction with Life.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2013, Vol. 14, 1261 - 1271
Garcia, D.; Silkstrom, S. Quantifying the Semantic Representations of Adolescents’ Memories of Positive and Negative Life Events.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2013, Vol. 14, 1309 - 1323
Garcia, D.; Siddiqui, A. Adolescents’ Psychological Well-Being and Memory for Life Events: Influences on Life Satisfaction with Respect to Temperamental Dispositions.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2009, vol. 10, 407 - 419
Larson, R.; Ham, M. Stress and ''Storm and Stress" in Early Adolescence: The Relationship of Negative Events With Dysphoric Affect.
Developmental Psychology, 1993, Vol. 29, 130 - 140
Russo, N.F; Denious, J.E. Violence in the Lives of Women Having Abortions: Implication for Practice and Public Policy.
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 2001, Vol. 32, 142 - 150
Valiant, G. Life Events, Happiness and Depression: The Half Empty Cup.
Personality and Individual Differences, 1993, Vol.15, 447 - 453
David, J.P.; Green, P.J.; Suls, J. Differential Roles of Neuroticism, Extraversion, and Event Desirability for Mood in Daily Life: An Integrative Model of Top-Down and Bottom-Up Influences.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1999, Vol. 73, 149 - 159
Young, M.Y. Moderators of Stress in Salvadoran Refugees: The Role of Social and Personal Resources
International Migration Review, 35(3), 840-869.
McCullough, G.; Huebner, E.S.; Laughlin, J.E. Life Events, Self Concept, and Adolescents Positive Subjective Well-Being.
Psychology in the Schools, 2000, Vol. 37, 281 - 290
Mochon, D.; Ariely, D.; Norton, M.I. Getting off the Hedonic Treadmill, one Step at a Time: The Impact of Regular Religious Practice and Exercise on Well-Being.
Journal of Economic Psychology, 2008, Vol. 29, 632 - 642
Bylsma, L.M.; Rottenberg, J.; Taylor-Clift, A. Emotional Reactivity to Daily Events in Major and Minor Depression.
Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 2011, Vol. 120, 155 - 167
Peeters, F.P.; Delespaul, P.A.; DeVries, M. Effects of Daily Events on Mood States in Major Depressive Disorder.
Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 2003, Vol. 112, 203 - 211
Curini, L.; Canova, L.; Iacus, S. Measuring Idiosyncratic Happiness Through the Analysis of Twitter: An Application to the Italian Case.
Social Indicator Research, 2015, Vol. 121, 525 - 542
Sin, N.L.; Ong, A. D.; Stawski, R. S. Daily positive events and diurnal cortisol rhythms: Examination of between-person differences and within-person variation
Psychoneuroendocrinology. 2017, Vol. 83, 91-100.
Sin, N.L. Affective Reactivity to Daily Stressors is associated with Elevated Inflammation
Health Psychology. 2015, Vol. 34, 1154-1165
Hill, P.L.; Burrow, A. L.; Sin, N.L.; Turiano, N. Sense of Purpose Moderates the Associations Between Daily Stressors and Daily Well-being
Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 2018, Vol. 52, 724-729
Graf, A.S.; Hicks Patrick, J.; Ramsey, M.A. Dark Storm Clouds and Rays of Sunshine: Profiles of Negative and Positive Rumination About Daily Hassles and Uplifts.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2016, Vol. 17, 2257 - 2276
Nezlek, J.B.; Krejtz, I.; Rusanowska, M. Within‑Person Relationships Among Daily Gratitude, Well‑Being, Stress, and Positive Experiences
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2019, Vol. 20, 883 - 898
Gannon, L.; Rhodes, K.; Vaux, A. A Two-Domain Model of Well-Being: Everyday Events, Social Support, and Gender-Related Personality Factors
Journal of Research in Personality, 1992, Vol. 26, 288 - 301