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DETERMINANTS OF HAPPINESS Determinants of hedonic level Overview of theories
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Authors Title / Source Year Bousfield, W.A. Further Evidence of the Relation of the Euphoric Attitude to Sleep and Exercise.
Psychological Records, 1938, Vol. 2, 334 - 344
Brandstätter, H. Emotional Responses to Other Persons in Everyday Life Situations.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1983, Vol. 45, 871 - 883
Cazeneuve, J. Psychologie de la Joie. (Psychology of Joy).
Editions Michel Brieut, 1962, Paris, France
Costa, P.T.; McCrae, R.R. Influence of Extraversion and Neuroticism on Subjective Well-Being: Happy and Unhappy People.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1980, Vol. 38, 668 - 678
Csikszentmihalyi, M. Flow. The Psychology of Optimal Experience.
Harper and Row, 1990, New York, USA
Csikszentmihalyi, M. Beyond Boredom and Anxiety.
Jossey Bass, 1975, San Francisco, USA
Czapinski, J.; Peeters, G. Life Satisfaction and Well-Being among Poles and Belgians: A Preliminary Verification of "Onion" Theory of Happiness.
Paper presented at the 2nd Regional Conference of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, 1989, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Deutsch, H. Uber Zufriedenheit, Glück und Ekstase. (On Contentment, Happiness and Ecstasy).
Internationale Zeitschrift für Psychoanalyse, 1927, Vol. 13, 410 - 419
Diener, E.; Pavot, W.; Sandvik, E. Happiness is the Frequency, not Intensity, of Positive versus Negative Affect.
Strack, F.;et al (Eds).: "Subjective Well-Being", Pergamon, 1991, Oxford, UK, 119 - 140
Flynn, R.J. The Relationship of Self Actualisation, Internal Locus of Control and Sexual Activity to the Experience of Life Satisfaction in the Elderly.
PhD Dissertation, 1985, New York University, USA
Kirchler, E. Job Loss and Mood.
Journal of Economic Psychology, 1985, Vol. 6, 9 - 25
Sandvik, E.; Diener, E.; Larsen, R.J. The Opponent Process Theory and Affective Reactions.
Motivation and Emotion, 1985, Vol. 9, 407 - 418
Tunner, W. Lust und Glück: Überlegungen zur Gefühlspsychologie. (Pleasure and Happiness: Thoughts on a Psychology of Emotion).
Psychologische Rundschau, 1978, Vol. 29, 287 - 298
Wessman, A.E. Moods: Their Personal Dynamics and Significance.
Izard, C.E.;Ed.: "Emotions in Personality and Psychopathology", Plenum 1979, New York, USA, 73 - 102
Yampey, N. En Torno al Concepto de Felicidad. (About the Concept of Happiness).
Acta Psiquiátrica y psicol de América Latina, 1980, Vol. 26, 308 - 317
Diener, E.; Allman, A.; Colvin, R.; Pavot, W. The Psychic Costs of Intense Positive Affect.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1991, Vol. 61, 492 - 503
Thayer, R.E. The Biopsychology of Mood and Arousal.
Oxford University Press, 1989, Oxford, UK
Batson, C.D.; Oleson, K.C.; Shaw, L.L. Differentiating Affect, Mood and Emotion. Toward Functionally Based Conceptual Distinctions.
Clark, M.S.; Ed.: "Emotion", Sage, 1992, USA, 294 - 326
Solomon, R.L. The Opponent-Process Theory of Acquired Motivation. The Costs of Pleasure and the Benefits of Pain.
American Psychologist, 1980, Vol. 35, 691 - 712
Omodei, M.M.; Wearing, A.J. Need Satisfaction and Involvement in Personal Projects: Toward an Integrative Model of Subjective Well-Being.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1990, Vol. 59, 762 - 769
Zinn, K.G. Bedürfnis als Basis des Wirtschaftens. Entwicklung im sozialökonomischen Denken und Bedeutung für eine neuen ökonomische Wissenschaft. (Needs as Basis of Economy: Development in Socio-Economic Thought and Its Significance for a New Science of Economy).
Bellebaum, A.; Schaaff, H.;Zinn, K.G.;Eds.: "Ökonomie und Glück", Westdeutscher Verlag, 1999, Opladen, Germany, 124 - 156
Aggernaes, A. On General Need Related Quality of Life: A Psychological Theory for Use in Medical Rehabilitation and Psychiatry.
Nordenfelt, L.;Ed.: "Concepts and Measurement of Quality of Life in Health Care", Kluwer, 1994, Dordrecht, Netherlands, 241 - 255
Moum, T. Needs, Rights and Resources in Quality of Life Research.
Nordenfelt, L.;Ed.: "Concepts and Measurement of Quality of Life in Health Care", Kluwer, 1994, Dordrecht, Netherlands, 79 - 93
Parducci, A. Happiness, Pleasure and Judgement. The Contextual Theory and Its Applications.
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1995, USA
Diener, E.; Larsen, R.J. The Experience of Emotional Well-Being.
Lewis, M., Haviland, J.M. (Eds).: "Handbook of Emotions", Guilford, 1993, New York, USA, 405 - 415
Kahneman, D. Objective Happiness.
Kahneman,D.;Diener, E.;Schwarz, N.;Eds.: "Well-Being: The Foundations of Hedonic Psychology", Russell Sage Foundation, 1999, New York, USA, 3 - 25
Csikszentmihalyi, M. If We are So Rich, Why Aren't we Happy?
American Psychologist, 1999, Vol. 54, 821 - 827
Collard, D. Research on Well-Being: Some Advice from Jeremy Bentham.
WeD Working Paper 02, ESRL Research Group on Wellbeing in Developing Countries, 2003, Bath, UK
Nesse, R.M. Natural Selection and the Elusiveness of Happiness.
Philosophical Transactions, Biological Sciences, 2004, Vol. 359, 1333 - 1348
Lewis, C.A.; Burkinshaw, S.; Maltby, J. Religion and Happiness: Still no Association.
Journal of Beliefs and Values, 2000, Vol. 21, 233 - 236
Ng, Y.K. Some Conceptual and Methodological Issues on Happiness: Lessons from Evolutionary Biology.
Nanyang Technological University, EGC Report No: 2013/8, Singapore
Hartog, I.; Kruizinga, R.; Scherer-Rath, M. Narrative Meaning Making and Integration: Toward a better Understanding of the Way Falling Ill Influences Quality of Life.
Journal of Health Psychology, 2017, 1 - 18
Kainulainen, S.; Saari, J.; Veenhoven, R. Life-Satisfaction is More a Matter of Feeling Well Than Having What You Want. Tests of Veenhoven's Theory
International Journal of Happiness and Development, 2018, Vol. 4, 209 - 235