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MEASUREMENT of HAPPINESS Measures of hedonic level
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Measures of hedonic level, affect, affect balance, affective component, emotional, feeling, mood
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Diener, E.; Emmons, R.A.; Griffin, S.; Larsen, R.J. The Satisfaction with Life Scale.
Journal of Personality Assessment, 1985, Vol. 49, 71 - 75
Flügel, J.C. A Quantitative Study of Feeling and Emotion in Every Day Life.
British Journal of Psychology, 1925, Vol. 15, 318 - 355
Moriwaki, S.Y. The Affect Balance Scale: A Validity Study with Aged Samples.
Journal of Gerontology, 1974, Vol. 29, 73 - 78
Nelson, T.M. Student Mood during a Full Academic Year.
Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 1971, Vol. 15, 113 -122
Neugarten, B.L.; Havighurst, R.J.; Tobin, S.S. The Measurement of Life Satisfaction.
Journal of Gerontology, 1961, Vol. 16, 134 -143
Offer, D. The Psychological World of the Teenager.
Basic Books, 1969, London, UK
Salzman, C. Rating Scales for Psychotropic Drug Research with Geriatric Patients: II Mood Ratings.
Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 1972, Vol. 20, 215 - 221
Warr, P. The Measurement of Well-Being and Other Aspects of Mental Health.
Journal of Occupational Psychology, 1990, Vol. 63, 193 - 210
Cohen, B.D.; Rau, J.H. Nonverbal Technique for Measuring Affect Using Facial Expression Photographs as Stimuli.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 1972, Vol. 38, 449 - 451
Westbrook, M.T. Positive Affect: A Method of Content Analysis for Verbal Samples.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 1976, Vol. 44, 715 - 719
Parkinson, B.; Briner, R.B.; Reynolds, S.; Totterdell, P. Changing Moods. The Psychology of Mood and Mood Regulation.
Addison Wesley Longman Limited, 1996, UK
Davies, A.R.; Peterson, J.R.; Sherbourne, C.D.; Ware, J.E. Scoring Manual: Adult Health Status and Patient Satisfaction Measures Used in RAND's Health Insurance Experiment.
RAND Publication Series, N 2190 HHS, 1988, Santa Monica, California, USA
Larsen, R.J.; Diener, E.; Lucas, R.E. Emotion. Models, Measures, and Individual Differences.
Lord R.G.; Klimoski R.J.; Kanfer,R.;Ed.; "Emotions in the Workplace", Jossey-Bass, 2002, USA, 64 - 106
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
Lucas, R.E.; Diener, E.; Larsen, R.J. Measuring Positive Emotions.
Lopez, S.J.;Snyder, C.R.;Eds.: "Positive Psychological Assessment", American Psychological Association, 2003, Washington D.C., USA, 201 - 218
Bonsignore, M.; Barkow, K.; Heun, R.; Jessen, F. Validity of the Five-Item WHO Well-Being Index (WHO-5) in an Elderly Population.
European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience, 2001, Vol. 251, 27 - 31
Veenhoven, R. Affective Component of Happiness
Alex C. Michalos (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research, 2014, Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands, 80 - 83
Forrest, C.B.; Devine, J.; Ravens-Sieberer, U. Development and Evaluation of the PROMIS@ Pediatric Positive Affect Item Bank, Child-Report and Parent Proxy Editions
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2018, Vol. 19, 699 - 718
Yetton, B.D.; Margolis, S.; Revord, J. Cognitive and Physiological Measures in Well-Being Science: Limitations and Lessons
Frontiers in Psychology, 2019, Vol. 10, 1630