Bibliographic subjects

Bibliographic subject: Relative impact

Classification path:
DETERMINANTS OF HAPPINESS Promotive conditions Relative impact
Additional keywords
Relative impact,dominance, importance
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Dorfman, L.T.; Kohout, F.J. Retirement Satisfaction in the Rural Elderly.
Research on Aging, 1985, Vol. 7, 577 - 599
Falkman, P.W. Objective, Subjective and Continuity Correlates of Life Satisfaction in an Elderly Population.
Unpublished PhD Dissertation, Iowa State University, 1972, Ames, USA
Gadourek, I. Riskante Gewoonten en Zorg voor eigen Welzijn. (Hazardous Habits and Human Well-Being).
Wolters, 1963, Groningen, Netherlands
Kammann, R. Objective Circumstances, Life Satisfactions, and Sense of Well-Being: Consistencies across Time and Place.
New Zealand Journal of Psychology, 1983, Vol. 12, 14 - 22
Miller, D.C. Morale of College-Trained Adults.
American Sociological Review, 1940, Vol. 5, 880 - 889
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Unpublished Manuscript, 1987, Sfb 3, University of Mannheim, Germany
Singh, A. Predictors of Life Satisfaction among the Urban Institutionalized Elderly.
Guru Nanak Journal of Sociology, 1986, Vol. 7, 81 - 91
Wilson, S.M.; Peterson, T.W. Life Satisfaction among Young Adults from Rural Families.
Family Relations, 1988, Vol. 37, 84 - 91
Haidt, J. The Happiness Hypothesis.
Random House, 2006, London, UK
Sheldon, K.M.; Hoon, T.H. The Multiple Determination of Well-Being: Independent Effects of Positive Traits, Needs, Goals, Selves, Social Support, and Cultural Contexts.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2007, Vol. 8, 565 - 592
Piper, A.T. Adult Life Satisfaction: Largely (though not wholly} Contemporaneous? A System General Method of Moments dynamic panel analysis.
MPRA Archive, 2018, NO. 85601, 1 - 39
Kubiszewski, I.; Costanza, R.; Zakariyya, N. Objective and Subjective Indicators of Life Satisfaction in Australia: How Well Do People Perceive What Supports a Good Life?
Ecological Economics, 2018, Vol. 154, 361 - 372