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Bibliographic subject: Can happiness indicators be validated?

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MEASUREMENT of HAPPINESS Measurability of happiness Validity of happiness measurements Can happiness indicators be validated?
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Can happiness indicators be validated?,gauged, checked, controlled
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Authors Title / Source Year Andrews, F.M.; Crandall, R. The Validity of Measures of Self-reported Well-Being.
Social Indicators Research, 1976, Vol. 3, 1 - 19
Larsen, R.J.; Diener, E.; Emmons, R.A. An Evaluation of Subjective Well-Being Measures.
Social Indicators Research, 1985, Vol.17, 1 - 17
Moriwaki, S.Y. The Affect Balance Scale: A Validity Study with Aged Samples.
Journal of Gerontology, 1974, Vol. 29, 73 - 78
Shye, S. The Construct Validity of Measures of Well-Beings on Evaluation by Faceted Smallest Space Analysis.
The Louis Guttman Israel Institute of Applied Social Research, Publication Nr. 55/1060/E, 1989
Stock, W.A.; Okun, M.A. The Construct Validity of Psychological Well-Being Measures: An Assessment via Quantitative Research Syntheses.
Unpublished Paper Arizona State University, 1984, USA
Beckie, T.M.; Hayduk, L.A. Measuring Quality of Life.
Social Indicators Research, 1997, Vol. 42, 21 - 39
Westerhof, G.J.; Dittmann-Kohli, F.; Thissen, T. Beyond life satisfaction: Lay conceptions of well-being among middle-aged and elderly adults.
Social Indicators Research, 2001, Vol. 56, 179 - 203
Walker, S.S.; Schimmack, U. Validity of a Happiness Implict Association Test as a Measure of Subjective Well-Being.
Journal of Research in Personality, 2008, Vol. 42, 490 - 497
Erez, A.; Johnson, D.; Judge, T.A. Self-Deception as a Mediator of The Relationship Between Dispositions and Subjective Well-Being.
Personal and Individual Differences, 1995, Vol. 19. 597 - 612
Perez-Truglia, R. A Samuelsonian Validation Test for Happiness Data.
Journal of Economic Psychology, 2015, Vol. 49, 74 - 83