Bibliographic subjects

Bibliographic subject: Do people know their true happiness?

Classification path:
MEASUREMENT of HAPPINESS Measurability of happiness Validity of happiness measurements Validity doubts Do people know their true happiness?
Additional keywords
Do people know their true happiness?,concious, false happiness, self understanding, introspection
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Giovacchini, P.L. Compulsory Happiness. Adolescent Despair.
Archives of General Psychiatry, 1968, Vol. 18, 650 - 657
Pelletier Murphy, S. Factors Influencing Adjustment and Quality of Life of Hemodialysis Patients: A Multivariate Approach.
Thesis, University of Ilinois, Medical Center, 1982, USA
Hoorens, V. Een Kleine Psychologie van de Roze Bril. Zelfdienende Vertekeningen bij Sociale Vergelijking. (Sefserving Social Comparison).
Psychologie & Maatschappij, 1994, Vol. 66, 13 - 24
Naess, S. Does Self-Deception Enhance the Quality of Life?
Nordenfelt, L.;Ed.: "Concepts and Measurement of Quality of Life in Health Care", Kluwer, 1994, Dordrecht, Netherlands, 95 - 114
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
Schooler, J.W.; Mauss, I.B. To Be Happy and to Know It: The Experience and Meta-Awareness of Pleasure.
Chapter14 From: Kringelbach, Morten L. (Ed); Berridge, Kent C. (Ed), 2010. Pleasures of the brain, 244 - 254
Chekola, M.G. Deception, Self-deception and Happiness.
Paper presented at Seminar Erasmus Univesity Rotterdam, 2013, Netherlands
Skidelsky, E. What Can we Learn from Happiness Surveys?
Journal of Practical Ethics, 2014, Vol. 2, 20 - 32
VanderDeijl, W. Which Problem of Adaptation?
Utilitas, 2017, Vol. 29, 474 - 492