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Bibliographic subjects

Bibliographic subject: Day of the week

Classification path:
MEASUREMENT of HAPPINESS Measurability of happiness Reliability of happiness measurements Sources of bias Day of the week
Additional keywords
Day of the week,weekend effect, midweek effect, Monday effect, Friday effect TGIF
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Helliwell, J.F.; Wang, S. Weekends and Subjective Well-Being.
NBER Working Paper 17180, 2011, Cambridge, USA
2011
Maennig, W.; Steenbeck, M.; Wilhelm, M. Rhythms and Cycles in Happiness.
Working Paper No. 46, Hamburg University, 2013, Germany
2013
Stone, A.A.; Hedges, S.M.; Neale, J.M. Prospective and Cross-Sectional Mood Reports Offer No Evidence of a "Blue Monday" Phenomenon.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1985, Vol. 49, 129 - 134
1985
Areni, C.S.; Burger, M. Memories of "Bad" Days Are More Biased Than Memories of "Good" Days: Past Saturdays Vary, but Past Mondays Are Always Blue.
Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 2008, Vol. 38, 1395 - 1415.
2008
Chadi, A. I would realy Love to Participate in your Survey! Bias Problems in the Measurement of Well-Being.
Economics Bulletin, 2012, Vol. 32, 3111 - 3119
2012
Richter, A. Zur subjektiven Lebenszufriedenheit der Deutschen im Kontext von Tagesspezifischen und Regionalen Einflussfaktoren.
SOEP Papers, 2014, No. 726, 1 - 129
2014
Helliwell, J.F.; Wang, S. How was the Weekend? How the Social Context Underlies Weekend Effects in Happiness and Other Emotions for US Workers.
NBER Working Paper Series, 2015, No. 21374, 1 - 26, Cambridge, USA
2015
Kavetsos, G.; Dimitrovsky, L.; Dolan, P. Measuring Happiness: Context Matters.
Measuring Happiness: Context Matters, Applied Economics Letters, 2014, Vol. 21, 308 -311
2014
McCarthy, J. Holidays, Weekends Still Americans' Happiest Days of Year.
Gallup, Well-Being, 2015, New York, USA
2015
Chan, T.C.; Fu., Y.C.; Yan, T.J. ClickDiary: Online Tracking of Health Behaviors and Mood.
Journal of Medical Internet Research, 2015, Vol. 17, online, 1 - 13
2015
Helliwell, J.F.; Wang, S. Weekends and Subjective Well-Being.
Social lndicators Research, 2014, Vol. 116, 389 - 407
2014