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Bibliographic Subjects » MEASUREMENT of HAPPINESS » Measurability of happiness » Validity of happiness measurements » Validity doubts » Do people report honestly about their happiness?

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MEASUREMENT of HAPPINESS Measurability of happiness Validity of happiness measurements Validity doubts Do people report honestly about their happiness?
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Do people report honestly about their happiness?, desirability bias, truthfulness
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Publications that report an empirical study that used a valid measure of happiness, the results of which are eligible for inclusion in the findings archive

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Eligible and included in findings archive (embedded studies)
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Myers, D.G. The Pursuit of Happiness. Who is Happy and Why?
William Morrow, 1992, New York, USA
1992
Phillips, D.L.; Clancy, K.J. Some Effects of "Social Desirability" in Survey Studies.
American Journal of Sociology, 1971/72, Vol. 77, 921 - 940
1971
Cone, J.D.; Carstensen, L.L. Reply: Social Desirability and the Measurement of Psychological Well-Being in the Elderly Persons.
Journal of Gerontology, 1985, Vol. 40, 127 - 128
1985
Costa, P.T.; McCrae, R.R. Personality as a Lifelong Determinant of Well-Being.
Malatesta, C.Z.;Izard C.E., Eds.: "Emotion in Adult Development", Sage, 1984, Beverly Hills, USA, 141 - 157
1984
Gorman, B.S.; Ricks, D.F.; Wessman, A.E. Social Desirability and Self-Reports of Mood: A Rejoinder.
Perceptual and Motor Skills, 1975, Vol. 40, 272 - 274
1975
Campbell, A.; Converse, P.E.; Rodgers, W.L. The Quality of American Life. Perceptions, Evaluations, and Satisfactions.
Russel Sage Foundation, 1976, New York, USA
1976
Cason, H. General Curves and Conditions of Feeling.
Journal of Applied Psychology, 1931, Vol. 15, 126 - 148
1931
Mancini, J.A.; McKeel, A.J. Social Desirability and Psychological Well-Being Reports in Late Life: A Further Inquiry.
Educational and Psychological Measurement, 1986, Vol. 46, 89 - 94
1986
McCrae, R.R. Well-Being Scales do not Measure Social Desirability.
Journal of Gerontology, 1986, Vol. 41, 390 - 392
1986
McCrae, R.R. Letter to the Editor.
Journal of Gerontology, 1985, Vol. 40, 127 - 128
1985