Bibliographic subjects

Bibliographic subject: Questions on how one generally feels

Classification path:
MEASUREMENT of HAPPINESS Measures of hedonic level Self report on direct questions Questions on how one generally feels
Additional keywords
Questions on how one generally feels,daily mood, mood level, self report

List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Cason, H. General Curves and Conditions of Feeling.
Journal of Applied Psychology, 1931, Vol. 15, 126 - 148
DeSonneville, L.M.; Elshout, J.J.; Schaap, T. Ontwikkeling en Validatie van de Amsterdamse Stemmingslijst. (Development and Evaluation of the Votinglist of Amsterdam).
Gedrag, 1985, Vol. 13, 13 - 29
Springer, N.N.; Roslow, S. A Study in the Estimation of Feelings.
Journal of Applied Psychology, 1935, Vol. 19, 379 - 384
Tellegen, A. Multidimensional Personality Questionaire.
Unpublished Paper, 1982, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Robinson, M.D. The Reactive and Prospecive Functions of Mood: Its Role in Linking Daily Experiences and Cognitive Well-Being.
Cognition and Emotion, 2000, Vol. 14, 145 - 176
VanVaalen, M. Geluk op School. (Happiness at School).
Master Thesis, Faculty of Social Sciences, 2010, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands
Lang, S. Kindersurvey 1980. Tabellenband und Dokumentation. (Childsurvey 1980. Tables and Documentation).
Paper Sonderforschungsbereich 3, Mikroanalytische Grundlagen der Gesellschaftspolitik, 1980, J.W. Goethe -Universt├Ąt Mannheim, Germany
Kainulainen, S.; Saari, J.; Veenhoven, R. Life-Satisfaction is More a Matter of Feeling Well Than Having What You Want. Tests of Veenhoven's Theory
International Journal of Happiness and Development, 2018, Vol. 4, 209 - 235