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Bibliographic Subjects » MEASUREMENT of HAPPINESS » Measurability of happiness » Reliability of happiness measurements » Sources of bias » Method effects

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MEASUREMENT of HAPPINESS Measurability of happiness Reliability of happiness measurements Sources of bias Method effects
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Method effects, technique of assessment bias
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Authors Title / Source Year Andrews, F.M.; Withey, S.B. Social Indicators of Well-Being. Americans Perceptions of Life Quality.
Plenum Press, 1976, New York, USA
Caserta, M.S.; Dimond, M.F.; Lund, D.A. Assessing Interviewer Effects in a Longitudinal Study of Bereaved Elderly Adults.
Journal of Gerontology, 1985, Vol. 40, 637 - 640
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
Pavot, W.; Diener, E.; Randall-Colvin, C.R.; Sandvik, E. Further Validation of the Satisfaction with Life Scale: Evidence for the Cross-Method Convergence of Well-Being Measures.
Journal of Personality Assessment, 1991, Vol. 57, 149 - 161
Landua, D. Die Auswirkungen von Panelstudien auf die Antwortmuster von Zufriedenheitsangaben. (Panel effects in Satisfaction Measurement).
Discussion Paper 67, German Institute for Economic Research, 1993, Berlin, Germany
Lance, C.E.; Sloan, C.E. Relationship between Overall and Life Facet Satisfaction: A Multitrait-Multi Method Study. (MTMM)
Social Indicators Research, 1993, Vol. 30, 1 - 15
Scherpenzeel, A.C. A Question of Quality: Evaluating Survey Questions by Multi Trait - Multi Method Studies.
Doctoral Dissertation, Royal PTT, KPN Research, 1995, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Saris, W.E.; Scherpenzeel, A.C.; VanWijk, T. Validity and Reliability of Subjective Social Indicators.
Social Indicators Research, 1998, Vol. 45, 173 - 199
Stones, M.J.; Kozma, A. Multidimensional Assessment of the Elderly Via a Micro-Computer: The SENOTS Program and Battery.
Psychology and Aging, 1989, Vol. 4, 113 - 118
Kozma, A.; Stones, M.J. Rater Bias in Happiness Ratings.
The Gerontologist, 1991, Vol. 21, 30
Scherpenzeel, A.C. Mode Effects in Panel Surveys: A Comparison of CAPI and CATI.
BFS aktuell (Bulletin of the Statistical Office Switzerland), October 2001, Nr. 448-0100, Neuchatel, Switzerland
Sudman, S. Reducing the Cost of Surveys.
Aldine, 1967, Chicago, USA
Mazaheri, M. Effects of Varying Response Formats on Self-Ratings of Life Satisfaction.
Social Indicators Research, 2009, Vol. 90, 381 - 395
Lavallee, L.F.; Hatch, P.M; McKinley, T.; Michalos, A.C. Development of the Contentment with Life Assessment Scale (CLAS): Using Daily Life Experiences to Verify Levels of Self-Reported Life Satisfaction.
Social Indicators Research, 2007, Vol. 83, 201 - 244
Schimmack, U. Methodological Issues in the Assessment of the Affective Component of Subjective Well-Being.
Ong, A.D.;VanDulemn, M.H..;Eds.: ''Handbook of Methods in Positive Psychology,'', Oxford University Press, 2007, Oxford, UK, 96 - 110
Lim, H.E. The Use of Different Ratting Scales: Bias and Comparison Problem?
Social Indicators Research, 2008, Vol. 87, 259 - 267
Elfering, A; Grebner, S A Smile is Just a Smile: Only for Men. Sex Differences in Meaning of Faces Sales.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2010, Vol. 11, 179 - 191
Pudney, S. An Experimental Analysis of the Impact of Survey Design on Measures and Models of Subjective Wellbeing.
ISER Working Paper no. 2010-20, 2010, UK
Herbst, C.M. Happy Together, Sad Together? Another Look at the Relative Decline in Women's Subjective Well-Being.
Paper Arizona State University, 2010 USA
Well-Being Study Unit, Initial Investigation on the Result of the Quality of Life Survey FY 2011
Economic and Social Research Institute Cabinet Office, Government of Japan, 2012b, Japan
Dolan, P.; Kavetsos, G. Happy Talk: Mode of Administration Effects on Subjective Well-Being.
CEP Discussion Paper No 1159, 2012, LSE, London, UK
Schmeets, H. Meer Sociale Cohesie maar niet gelukkiger: een paradox? More Social Cohesion but not Happier: A Paradox?
Demos, 2013, Vol. 29, 5 - 7
Christodoulou, C.; Schneider, C. Validation of a Brief Yesterday Measure of Hedonic Well-Being and Daily Activities: Comparison with the Day Reconstruction Method.
Social Indicators Research, 2014, Vol. 115, 907 - 917
Well-being Study Unit Japan, Initial Investigation on the Results of Quality of Life Survey FY 2011
Well-being Study Unit, Economic Social Research Institute, Cabinet Office, Government of Japan, 2012, Japan
Maffioletti, A.; Maida, A. Survey Design and Response Analysis: a Study on Happiness, Life Satisfaction and Well-being in Piedmont, a Region of Italy.
Labor, Working Paper, 2013, No. 131, Moncalieri, Italy
Maggino, F. Method Effect in the Measurement of Subjective Dimensions.
DDSS Working Paper, 2003, No. 82, Firenze, Italy
VanBeuningen, J.; Moonen, L.; VanderHouwen, K. Measuring Well-Being. An Analysis of Different Response Scales.
Discussion Paper 2014/03,, Statistics Netherlands, 2014, The Hague, The Netherlands
Cubi-Molla, P.; Yaman, F. A Fixed Effects Ordered Choice Model with Flexible Thresholds with an Application to Life-Satisfaction.
School of Arts and Social Sciences DPS, 2015, No 14/10, London, UK
Holford, A.; Pudney, S. Survey Design and the Determinants of Subjective Wellbeing: An Experimental Analysis.
IZA Discussion Paper, 2015, No 8760, 1 - 39, Essex, UK
Voicu, B. Priming Effects in Measuring Life Satisfaction.
Social Indicators Research, 2015, Vol. 124, 993 - 1013
Fors, F.; Kulik, J.C. Bringing Affect Back in: Measuring and Comparing Subjective Well-Being Across Countries.
Social Indicators Research, 2016, Vol.127, 323 - 339
Kroh, M. An Experimental Evaluation of Popular Well-Being Measures.
DIW Berlin, 2006, No. 546, 1 - 33
Dolan, P.; Kavetsos, G. Happy Talk: Mode of Administration Effects on Subjective Well-being.
LSE Research Online, 2016, 1 - 38, .
Howell, R.T.; Rodzon, K.S. A Validation of Well-being and Happiness Surveys for Administration via the Internet.
Behavior Research Methods, 2010, Vol. 42, 775 - 784