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DETERMINANTS OF HAPPINESS Further issues Why low correlations?
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Why low correlations?, association, effect size, strength

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Authors Title / Source Year Allardt, E. On the Relation between Objective and Subjective Predicaments.
Research Reports, Nr.16, Research Group for Comparative Sociology, 1977, University of Helsinki, Finland
Berger-Schmitt, R. Problemgruppen. (People at Risk).
Glatzer, W., Zapf, W. (Eds).: "Lebensqualität in der Bundesrepublik.", Campus Verlag, 1984, Frankfurt, Germany, 264 - 285
Inglehart, R. Culture Shift in Advanced Industrial Society.
Princeton University Press, 1990, Princeton, USA
Kennedy, L.W.; Kinzel, C.; Northcott, H.C. Subjective Evaluation of Well-Being: Problems and Prospects.
Social Indicators Research, 1978, Vol. 5, 457 - 474
Mastekaasa, A. Relative Deprivation in Social Networks.
Paper, Institute of Social Research, 1986, Oslo, Norway
Michalos, A.C. Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
Springer, 1991, New York, USA
Mohr, H.M. Ansätze zur Erklärung subjektiven Wohlbefindens mit Paneldaten. (Preliminary Explanation of Subjective Well-Being Basis of Panel-Data).
Unpublished Manuscript, 1987, Sfb 3, University of Mannheim, Germany
Moum, T. Yea-saying and Mood-of-the-Day Effects in Self-Reported Quality of Life.
Social Indicators Research, 1988, Vol. 20, 117 - 139
Mastekaasa, A. Studying Social Comparisons: Contextual and other Approaches.
Institutt far Samfunns Forskning, 1989, Report 89:8, Oslo, Norway
Diener, E.; Fujita, F. Resources, Personal Strivings, and Subjective Well-Being: A Nomothetic and Ideographic Approach.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1995, Vol. 68, 926 - 935
Diener, E.; Suh, E.M. Measuring Quality of Life: Economic, Social and Subjective Indicators.
Social Indicators Research, 1997, Vol. 40, 189 - 216
Saris, W.E. Integration of Data and Theory: A Mixed Model of Satisfaction.
Saris, W.E.;et al;Eds.:"A Comparative Study of Satisfaction with Life in Europe", Eötvös University Press, 1996, Hungary, 281 - 297
Shen, S.M.; Lai, Y.L. Optimally Scaled Quality-of-Life Indicators.
Social Indicators Research, 1998, Vol. 44, 225 - 254
Diener, E.; Lucas, R.E.; Smith, H.L.; Suh, E.M. Subjective Well-Being: Three Decades of Progress.
Psychological Bulletin, 1999, Vol. 125, 276 - 301
Robinson, M.D. The Reactive and Prospective Functions of Mood: Its Role in Linking Daily Experiences and Cognitive Well-Being.
Cognition and Emotion, 2000, Vol. 14, 145 - 176
Staudinger, U.M. Das Paradox des subjektiven Wohlbefindens. (The Paradox of Subjective Well-Being).
Psychologische Rundschau, 2000, Vol. 51, 185 - 197
Shen, S.M.; Lai, Y.L. Handling Incomplete Quality-of-Life Data.
Social Indicators Research, 2001, Vol. 55, 121 - 166
Frijters, P.; DeNew, J.P.; Shields, M.A. The Value of Reunification in Germany: An Analysis of Changes in Life Satisfaction.
Discussion Paper IZA no. 419, 2002, Bonn, Germany
Johns, H.; Ormerod, P. Happiness, Economics and Public Policy.
Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA), 2007, London, UK
Loewenstein, G.; Ubel, P.A. Hedonic Adaptation and the Role of Decision and the Experience Utility in Public Policy.
Journal of Public Economics, 2008, Vol. 92, 1795 - 1810
Saris, W.E. The Strength of the Causal Relationship between Living Conditions and Satisfaction.
Sociological Methods Research, 2001, Vol. 30, 11 - 34
Gasper, D. Subjective and Objective Well-Being in Relation to Economic Inputs: Puzzles and Responses.
Review of Social Economy, 2005, Vol. 63, 177 - 206
Steffel, M.; Oppenheimer, D. M. Happy by What Standard? The Role of International and Intranational Comparisons in Ratings of Happiness.
Social Indicators Research, 2009, Vol. 92, 70 - 79
Beatton, T.T.; Frijters, P. Do Changes in the Lives of our Peers make us Unhappy?
Discussion Paper No. 290, QUT School of Economics and Finance, 2012, Brisbane, Australia
Binder, M. Revisiting Cheerful Jane and Miserable John: The Impact of Income, Good Health, Social Contacts and Education Declines with Increasing Subjective Well-being.
Papers on Economics and Evolution, 2015, No. 1501, 1 - 17
Kristoffersen, I. The Subjective Wellbeing Scale: How Reasonable is the Cardinality Assumption?
Business School, The University of Western Australia, 2011, Discussion Paper, No. 11.15, 1- 23
Morrison, P.S. Subjective and Objective Well-Being
Scienze Regionali, 2019, Vol. 18,. 651-656