Bibliographic subjects

Bibliographic subject: Self report on indirect questioning

Classification path:
MEASUREMENT of HAPPINESS Measures of overall happiness Self report on indirect questioning
Additional keywords
Self report on indirect questioning,constucted, implied, inferred, inventory, scale, test, unobtrusive
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Arrindell, W.A.; Huyse, F.J.; Meeuwesen, L. The Satisfaction with Life Scales (SWLS):Psychometric Properties in a Non-Psychiatric Medical Outpatients Sample.
Personality and Individual Differences, 1991, Vol. 12, 117 -123
Goddijn, W.; Smets, H.; VanTillo, G. Opnieuw: God in Nederland. (Again: God in the Netherlands).
De Tijd, 1979, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Scott, E.M. Happiness: Protocols of Teenagers.
Bulletin of Catholic Psychiatrists, 1967, Vol. l4, 69 - 82
Stojanovic, E.J.; Drapala, W.T.; Loftin, M.T. Activity and Morale among Aged Rural Women.
Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Gerontologie, 1972, Vol. 3, 32 - 38
Hart, H. Chart for Happiness.
McMillan, 1940, New York, USA
Cummins, R.A. Comprehensive Quality of Life Scale. Intellectual/Cognitive Disability, V Edition, (ComQol-15, Manual).
Deakin University, School of Psychology, 1997, Melbourne, Australia
Bury, M.; Holme, A. Life after Ninety.
Routledge, 1991, London, UK
Cheung, C.K. Toward a Theoretically Based Measuement Model of the Good Life.
The Journal of Genetic Psychology, 1997, Vol. 158, 200 - 215
Simsek, O.F.; Kocayörük, E. Affective Reactions to One’s Whole Life: Preliminary Development and Validation of the Ontological Well-Being Scale.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2013, Vol. 14, 309 - 343
Tov, W.; Lin, H.; Ng, K.L. Detecting Well-being via Computerized Content Analysis of Brief Diary Entries.
Singapore Management University Institutional Knowledge at Singapore Management University, Psychological Assessment, 2013, 1 - 12