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Bibliographic subject: Comparison

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DETERMINANTS OF HAPPINESS Striking the balance of life Mental processes Comparison
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Authors Title / Source Year Schimmack, U.; Diener, E.; Oishi, S. Life-Satisfaction is a Momentary Judgment and a Stable Personality Characteristic: The Use of Chronically Accessible and Stable Sources.
Journal of Personality, 2002, Vol. 70, 345 - 384
Frieswijk, N.; Buunk, B.P.; Steverink, N. The Interpretation of Social Comparison and Its Relation to Life Satisfaction among Elderly People: Does Frailty make a Difference?
Journal of Gerontology, 2004, Vol.59b, 520 - 527
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
Bartolini, S.; Bilancini, E.; Sarracino, F. Predicting the Trend of Well-Being in Germany: How much Do Comparisons, Adaptation and Sociability Matter.
Social Indicators Research, 2013, 114 (3) 169-191
Schmitt, M.; Widdershoven, G. Longitudinal Effects of Fraternal Deprivation on Life Satisfaction and Mental Health.
PsyDok Open-Access-Server der Virtuellen Fachbibliothek Psychologie, 2004, Vol 96, 1- 35
Gunes, O. Physiconomics for the Identification of Relativistic Satisfaction.
Econstor Working Paper, 2016, No.10419, 1 - 21
Barcena Martin, E.; Cortes-aguilar, A.; Moro-Egido, A.,C. Social Comparisons on Subjective Well-Being: The Role of Social and Cultural Capital.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2017, Vol. 18, 1121 - 1145
Eksi, O.; Kaya, N. Life Satisfaction and Keeping Up with Other Countries.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2017, Vol. 18, 199 - 228
Brockmann, H. H appy Newcomers? Subjective Well -Being of First -Gneration I mmigrants in Germany.
Working Paper,2017, Robertt Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies (RSCAS), Nr. 2017/63.