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Bibliographic Subjects » MEASUREMENT of HAPPINESS » Phenomenology of happiness

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MEASUREMENT of HAPPINESS Phenomenology of happiness
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Phenomenology of happiness, lived experience, mental gestalt of happiness
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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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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Mayer, W. Zur Phänomenologie abnormaler Glücksgefühle. (On Fenomenology of the Abnormal Feeling of Happiness).
Zeitschrift für Pathopsychologie, 1914, Vol. 2, 588
1914
VanKerken, L. Het Menselijk Geluk: een Fenomenologie van de Gelukservaring. (Human Happiness: Phenomenology of Happiness Experience).
Serie Philosophische Bibliotheek, Standaard Boekhandel, 1952, Amsterdam, Netherlands
1952
Privette, G. Peak Experience, Peak Performance and Flow: A Comparative Analysis of Positive Human Experiences.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1983, Vol. 45, 1361 - 1368
1983
Mayring, P. Psychologie des Glücks. (Psychology of Happiness).
Kohlhammer, 1991, Germany
1991
Oatley, K. Best Laid Schemes. The Psychology of Emotions.
Cambridge University Press, 1992, Cambridge, UK
1992
Blothner, D. Der glückliche Augenblick. (The Happy Moment).
Bouvier Verlag, 1993, Bonn, Germany
1993
Ellis, C.G. Chronic Unhappiness. Investigating thePhenomenon in Family Practice.
Canadian Family Physician, 1996, Vol. 42, 645 - 650
1996
Schroo, I. Gewoon Gelukkig. (Simply Happy).
Gottmer Publishers, 1997, Bloemendaal, Netherlands
1997
Parse, R.R. Joy-Sorrow: A Study Using the Parse Research Method.
Nursing Science Quarterly, 1997, Vol. 10, 80 - 87
1997
Shirabe, M. What Can We Induce From the Introspective Reports of Subjects?: Part Two.
Social Indicators Research, 1999, Vol. 47, 61 -71
1999