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MEASUREMENT of HAPPINESS Measurability of happiness Reliability of happiness measurements
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Reliability of happiness measurements, error, consistence, flaw, reproducible, trustworthy, weakness
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Hox, J.J. Het Gebruik van Hulptheoriën bij Operationalisering, een Studie rond het Begrip Subjectief Welbevinden. (The Use of Sub theories at Operationalization of Concepts, the Case of Subjective Well-Being).
Doctoral Dissertation, University of Amsterdam, 1986, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Kommer, D.; Bechtel, G.; Schwarz, N.; Strack, F. Stimmung und soziale Informationsverarbeitung bei depressiven Störungen. (Mood and Social Information Processing in Depression).
Zeitschrift für Klinische Psychologie, Psychopathologie und Psychotherapie, 1986, Vol. 34, 127 - 139
Mohr, H.M. Subjektives Wohlbefinden. (Subjective Well-Being).
Unpublished Paper, 1986, Sfb 3, University of Mannheim, Germany
Ng, Y.K. Economic Growth and Social Welfare: The Need for a Complete Study of Happiness.
Kyklos, 1978, Vol. 31, 575 - 587
Rodgers, W.L. Reliability and Validity in Measures of Subjective Well-Being.
Paper presented at the International Conference on Social Reporting, 1989, Berlin, Germany
Rodgers, W.L.; Andrews, F.M.; Herzog, A.R. Interviewing Older Adults, Validity of Self reports of Satisfaction.
Psychology of Aging, 1988, Vol. 3, 264 - 272
Schwarz, N.; Clore, G.R. Mood, Misattribution and Judgements of Well-Being: Informative and Directive Functions of Affective States.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1983, Vol. 45, 513 - 523
Schwarz, N.; Strack, F. Cognitive and Affective Processes in Judgements of Subjective Well-Being: a Preliminary Model.
Proceedings 10th International Association for Research and Economic Psychology, IAREP Colloquium, 1985, Linz, Austria
Schwarz, N.; Kommer, D.; Strack, F.; Wagner, D. Soccer, Rooms and the Quality of Your Life: Mood Effects on Judgements of Satisfaction with Life in General and with Specific Domains.
European Journal of Social Psychology, 1987, Vol. 17, 69 - 79
Stock, W.A.; Haring-Hidore, M.J.; Okun, M.A.; Stock, S.; Witter, R.A. Reporting Reliability: A Case Study of Life Satisfaction Research.
Unpublished Paper, Arizona State University, 1982, Tempe, USA
Strack, F.; Gschneidinger, E.; Schwarz, N. Happiness and Reminiscing: The Role of Time Perspective, Affect, and Mode of Thinking.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1985, Vol. 49, 1460 -1469
Veenhoven, R. Conditions of Happiness.
Kluwer Academic, 1984 (reprint), Dordrecht, The Netherlands
Wagner, D.; Schwarz, N.; Strack, F. Das Leid des Einen ist das Glück des Anderen: Soziale Vergleiche und Selbstdarstellung bei der Beurteilung des eigenen Wohlbefindens. (Social Comparison and Self presentation in Judgments of Own Well-Being.)
Paper University of Heidelberg, 1984, Germany
Huebner, E.S.; Dew, T. An Evaluation of Racial Bias in a Life Satisfaction Scale.
Psychology in the Schools, 1993, Vol. 30, 305 - 309
Pavot, W.; Diener, E. Review of the Satisfaction with Life Scale.
Psychological Assessment, 1993, Vol. 5, 164 - 172
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
Kozma, A.; Stones, M.J. Longitudinal Findings on a Componential Model of Happiness.
Sirgy, M.J.;et al;Eds.: "Proceedings of the Academy of Marketing Sciences: Fourth Quality-of-Life Marketing Conference, Vol 4", Academy of Marketing Science, 1992, Blacksbury, VA, USA
Coenders, G.; Andreenkova, A.; Batista-Foguet, J.M.; Saris, W.E. Stability of Three-Wave Simplex Estimates of Reliability.
Structural Equation Modeling, 1999, Vol. 6, 135 - 157
Sirgy, M.J. The Psychology of Quality of Life.
Kluwer, 2002, Social Indicators Research Series, Vol. 12, Dordrecht, Netherlands
Vitterso, J.; Diener, E.; Roysamb, E. The Concept of Life Satisfaction Across Cultures: Exploring its Diverse Meaning and Relation to Economic Wealth.
Gullone, E.;Cummins, R.A.;Eds.: "The Universality of Subjective Wellbeing Indicators", Kluwer, 2002, Dordrecht, Netherlands, 81 - 103
Vassar, M.; Hale, W. Reliability Reporting Practice in Youth Life Satisfaction Research.
Social Indicators Research, 2007, Vol. 83, 487 - 496
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
Vassar, M. A Note on the Score Reliability for the Satisfaction with Life Scale: an RG Study.
Social Indicators Research, 2008, Vol. 86, 47 - 57
Lucas, R.E.; Donnellan, M.B. Estimating the Reliability of Single-Item Life Satisfaction Measures: Results from four national Panel Studies.
Social Indicators Research, 2012, Vol. 105, 323 - 331
DenRidder, J.; Dekker, P. Maandag, de Gelukkigste Dag van de Week voor Mannen? (Monday, the Happiest Day of the Week for Men?)
Schnabel, P. (Ed).: '' Niet alle Dagen Feest'', Social Cultural Planning Office, 2012, the Hague, Netherlands, 26 - 30
Kim, D.Y. The Implicit Life Satisfaction Measure.
Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 2004, Vol. 7, 236 - 262
Kassenboehmer, S.C.; DeNew, J.P. Heresy or Enlightenment? The Wellbeing Age U-Shape Effect is Really Flat!
Economic Letters, 2012, Vol. 117, 235 - 238
Proto, E.; Sgroi, D. Bias in the Relative Assessment of Happiness, Political Stance, Height and Weight.
Warwick Economic Research Papers No 943, Warwick University, 2010, Warwick, UK
Ubel, P.A.; Loewenstein, G.; Schwarz, N. Misimagining the Unimaginable: The Disability Paradox and Health Care Decision Making.
Health Psychology, 2005, Vol. 24, 57 - 62
Ng, Y.K. Happiness Studies: Ways to Improve Comparability and Some Public Policy Implications.
The Economic Record, 2008, Vol. 84, 253 - 266
Alwin, D.F. Problems in the Estimation and Interpretation of the Reliability of Survey Data.
Quality & Quantity, 1989, Vol. 23, 277 - 331
Clogg, C.C. Some Statistical Models for Analyzing why Surveys Disagree.
Book: Surveying Subjective Phenomena, 1985, Chapter 11, 319 - 366
Weimann, J.; Knabe, A.; Schöb, R. Measuring Happiness the Economics of Well-Being.
MIT Press, Cambridge, USA, 2015
DeBoer, J. Scaling Happiness.
Philosophical Psychology, 2014, Vol. 27, 703 - 718
Eid, M. Measuring the Immeasurable.
Mihceal Eid, Randy J. Larsen, "the Science of Well-Being'', 2008, The guilford press, New Yk USA, 141- 165
Tomyn, A.; Cummins, R.A.; Fuller Tyszkiewicz, M.D. The Validity of Subjective Wellbeing Measurement for Children: Evidence Using the Personal Wellbeing Index - School Children.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2017, Vol. 18, 1859 - 1875
Capecchi, S. Measuring Indecision in Happiness Studies
Brulé, G. and Maggino, F. (Eds.):"Metrics of Subjective Well-Being: Limits and Improvements" 2017, Springer International publishing AG, Cham, Switzerland
Levin, K. A.; Currie, C. Reliability and Validity of an Adapted Version of the Cantril Ladder for Use with Adolescent Samples
Social Indicator Research, 2014, Vol. 119, 1047-1063