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MODES OF EMPIRICAL HAPPINESS RESEARCH Methods used in happiness research (other than cross-sections) Multi-moment assessment of happiness Day reconstruction moment (DRM)
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Day reconstruction moment (DRM), diary, yesterday
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Authors Title / Source Year Lewinsohn, P.M.; Graf, M. Pleasant Activities and Depression.
Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 1973, Vol. 41, 261 - 268
Lewinsohn, P.M.; Libet, J. Pleasant Events, Activity Schedules, and Depressions.
Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 1972, Vol. 79, 291 - 259
Kahneman, D.; Krueger, A.B.; Schkade, D.A.; Schwarz, N.; Stone, A.A. A Survey Method for Characterizing Daily Life Experience: The Day Reconstruction Method.
Science, 2004, Vol. 306, 1776 - 1780
Hoffslett Kopperud, K.; Vitterso, J. Happiness, Flow and Personal Growth: Results from a Day Reconstruction Study Among Norwegian Job Holders.
Paper 2nd Workshop Capabilities and Happiness, University of Milano-Bicocca, June 2005, Italy
Kahneman, D.; Krueger, A.B.; Schkade, D.A.; Schwarz, N.; Stone, A.A. The Day Reconstruction Method (DRM): Instrument Documentation.
DRM Documentation, 2004, USA
Kahneman, D.; Krueger, A.B. Developments in the Measurement of Subjective Well-Being.
Journal of Economic Perspectives, 2006, Vol. 20, 3 - 24
Oishi, S.; Choi, D.W.; Diener, E. The Dynamics of Daily Events and Well-Being across Cultures: When Less is More.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2007, Vol. 93, 685 - 698
Krueger, A.B.; Mueller, A. The Lot of the Unemployed: A Time Use Perspective.
Working Paper #524, Princeton University, Industrial relation Section, 2008, USA
Zuzanek, J. Adolescent Time use and Well-Being from a Comparative Perspective.
Society and Leisure, 2006, Vol. 28, 379 - 423.
Miron-Shatz, T. "Am I going to be Happy and Financially Stable?": How American women feel when they think about Financial Security.
Judgement and Decision Making, 2009, Vol. 4, 102 - 112.
Knabe, A.; Rätzel, S.; Schöb, R.; Weimann, J. Dissatisfied with Life, but Having a Good Day: Time-Use and Well-Being of the Unemployed.
CESIFO Working Paper, no. 2604, CES, 2009, Munich, Germany.
White, M.P.; Dolan, P. Accounting for the Richness of Daily Activities.
Psychological Science, 2009, Vol. 20, 1000 - 1008
Oerlemans, W.; Bakker, A.B.; Veenhoven, R. Finding the Key to Happy Aging: A Day Reconstruction Study of Happiness.
Journal of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 2011, Vol. 66, 665 - 674
Tadic Vujcic, M.; Bakker, A.B.; Oerlemans, W. How Happy are Dutch Teachers? A Brief Report on a Quantitative Diary Study.
Tijdschrift voor Orthopedagogiek, 2011, Vol. 50, 139 - 143
Oishi, S.; Kurtz, J.L.; Miao, F.F.; Park, J.; Whitchurch, E. 'Would I be Happier if I Moved?' Retirement Status and Cultural Variations in the Anticipated and Actual Levels of Happiness.
The Journal of Positive Psychology, 2009, Vol. 4, 437 - 446
Bucchianeri, G. W. The American Dream or the American Delusion? The Private and External Benefits of Homeownership for Women.
Working Paper Series, 2011, Pennsylvania, USA
Tadic Vujcic, M.; Bakker, A.B.; Oerlemans, W.; Veenhoven, R. Daily Activities and Happiness in Later Life: The Role of Work Status.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2013, vol. 14, 1507 - 1527
Diener, E.; Tay, L. Review of the Day Reconstruction Method (DRM).
Social Indicators Research, 2014, vol. 116, 255 - 267
Christodoulou, C.; Schneider, C. Validation of a Brief Yesterday Measure of Hedonic Well-Being and Daily Activities: Comparison with the Day Reconstruction Method.
Social Indicators Research, 2014, Vol. 115, 907 - 917
Connelly, R.; Kimmel, J. If You’re Happy and You Know It, Clap Your Hands: How Do Mothers and Fathers Really Feel about Child Caregiving?
IZA Discussion Paper, 2013, No. 7531, Bowdoin, USA
Krueger, A.B.; Schkade, D.A. The Reliability of Subjective Well-Being Measures.
Journal of Public Economics, 2008, Vol. 92, 1833 - 1845
Nelson, S. K.; Dunn, E.W.; English, T.; Kushlev, K. In Defense of Parenthood: Children Are Associated With More Joy Than Misery.
Psychological Science, 2013, Vol. 24, 3 - 10
Howell, R.T.; Chenot, D.; Hill, G.; Howell, C.J. Momentary Happiness: The Role of Psychological Need Satisfaction.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2011, Vol. 12, 1 - 15
Freedman, V. A.; Conrad, F. G.; Cornman, J. C.; Schwarz, N. Does the Time Fly When You are Having Fun? A Day Reconstruction Method Analysis.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2014, Vol. 15, 639 - 655
Caballero, F.F.; Miret, M.; Olaya, B.; Perales, J. Evaluation of Affect in Mexico and Spain: Psychometric Properties and Usefulness of an Abbreviated Version of the Day Reconstruction Method.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2014, Vol. 15, 915 - 935
Harris, C.; Briner, R.B.; Daniels, K. A Daily Diary Study of Goals and Affective Well-Being at Work.
Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 2003, Vol. 76, 401 - 410
Gimenez-Nadal, J.I.; Molina, J.A. Voluntary Activities and Daily Happiness in the US.
IZA Discussion Paper, 2015, No. 8764, 1 39, Zaragoza, Spain
Oerlemans, W.; Bakker, A.B.; Veenhoven, R. Worden Mensen Gelukkiger van de Gelukswijzer? Het Effect van Inzicht in eigen Geluk op de Mate van Geluk
Langeweg, S; van Blitterswijk, D.; Eds.: Het Rendement van Geluk: Inzichten uit wetenschap en praktijk, Stichting Maatschappij en Onderneming, SMO Publicatie 2014/4, 2014, The Hague, The Netherlands, 135 - 132
Bakker, A.B.; Burger, M.; Oerlemans, W.; VanHaren, P.; Veenhoven, R. Raise of Happiness Following Raised Awareness of How Happy One Feels: A Follow-Up of Repeated Users of the Happiness Indicator Website
International Journal of Applied Positive Psychology, 2020, online,
Diener, E.; Helliwell, J.F.; Kahneman, D. Incomes Association with judgements of Life versus Feelings.
Book: International Difference in Wellbeing, Chapter 1, 2010, 3 - 15 New York, USA
Gershuny, J. National Utility: Measuring the Enjoyment of Activities.
European Sociological Review, 2013, Vol. 29, 996 - 1009
Kashdan, T.B.; Nezlek, J.B. Whether, When, and How Is Spirituality Related to Well-Being? Moving Beyond Single Occasion Questionnaires to Understanding Daily Process.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 2012, Vol. 38, 1523 - 1535
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
Kahneman, D.; Fischler, C.; Schkade, D.A. The Structure of Wellbeing in Two Cities: Life Satisfaction and Experienced Happiness in Columbus, Ohio; and Rennes, France.
Book: International Differences in Wellbeing, 2010, Chapter 2, 17 - 31
Hudson, N.W.; Donnellan, M.B.; Lucas, R.E. Income Reliably predicts Daily Sadness, but not Happiness: A Replication and Extension of Kushlev, Dunn, & Lucas (2015).
(Un)published paper of the Michigan State University. Department of Psychology, 2015, 1 - 30
Steffen, F.E. Real vs. Ideal Time use - an applied study with working Students.
Ph dissertation, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf, 2016, Germany
Gimenez-Nadal, J.I.; Sevilla, A. Intensive Mothering and Well-being: The Role of Education and Child Care Activity.
IZA DP, 2016, No. 10023, 1 - 52
Helzer, E.G.; Jayawickreme, E. Control and the ‘‘Good Life’’: Primary and Secondary Control as Distinct Indicators of Well-Being.
Social Psychological and Personality Science, 2015, Vol. 6, 653 - 660
Hoffslett Kopperud, K.; Vitterso, J. Distinctions between Hedonic and Eudaimonic Well-being: Results from a Day Reconstruction Study among Norwegian Jobholders.
The Journal of Positive Psychology, 2008, Vol. 3, 174 - 181
Hudson, N.W.; Donnellan, M.B.; Lucas, R.E. Day-To-Day Affect is Surprisingly Stable: A 2-Year Longitudinal Study of Well-Being
Social Psychological and Personality Science 1-10
Anusic, I.; Donnellan, M.B.; Lucas, R.E. The Validity of the Day Reconstruction Method in the German Socio-economic Panel Study.
Social Indicator Research, 2017, Vol. 130, 213 - 232
Hudson, N.W.; Donnellan, M.B.; Lucas, R.E. Getting Older, Feeling Less? A Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Investigation of Developmental Patterns in Experiential Well-Being.
Psychology and Aging, 2016, Vol. 31, 847 - 861
Carr, A.; Cornman, J. C.; Freedman, J.L. Happy Marriage, Happy Life? Marital Quality and Subjective Well-Being in later Life.
Journal of Marriage and Family, 2014, Vol. 76, 930 - 948
Fleche, S. Time Use Surveys and Experienced Well-Being in France and the United States.
OECD Statistics Working Papers, 2017, No. 7, 1 - 34
Miret, M.; Caballero, F.F.; Mathur, A. Validation of a Measure of Subjective Well-Being: An Abbreviated Version of the Day Reconstruction Method
PLoS ONE, 2012, Vol. 7, e43887
Miron-Shatz, T.; Bhargave, R; Doniger, G.M. Milestone Age Affects the Role of Health and Emotions in Life Satisfaction: A Preliminary Inquiry
PLoS ONE, 2015, Vol. 10, e0133254.
Schöb, R.; Knabe, A.; Weimann, J. The subjective well-being of workfare participants: Insights from a Day Reconstruction Survey
Conference Paper, 2016, Jahrestagung des Vereins für Socialpolitik, Demographischer Wandel -Session: Well-Being, No. B07-V1, Germany
Song, Y. The Effect of Job Displacement on Subjective Well-being
Discussion Paper, 2017, IZA DP No. 10962, Bonn, Germany
Hoogendoorn, C. Somewhat happily unemployed? A Comparison of the Feelings and Time-Use Reported by the Employed and Unemployed Respondents Participating in a Dutch DRM Survey
MSc thesis, 2017, School of Business and Economics, Maastricht University, Netherlands
Kushlev, K.; Heintzelman, S.J.; Oishi, S. The Declining Marginal Utility of Social Time for Subjective Well-Being.
Journal of Research in Personality, 2018, Vol. 74, 124 - 140
Stone, A.A. Experiential Wellbeing Data from the American Time Use Survey: Comparisons with Other Methods and Analytic Illustrations with Age and Income.
Social lndicators Research, 2018, Vol. 136, 359 -378
Mellor, K.S.; Caballero, F.F. Measurement Invariance of the Day Reconstruction Method: Results from the COURAGE in Europe Project.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2016, Vol. 17, 1769 - 1787
Catalino, L.I.; Fredrickson, B.L. A Tuesday in the Life of a Flourisher: The Role of Positive Emotional Reactivity in Optimal Mental Health.
Emotion, 2011, Vol. 11, 938 - 950
Hudson, N.W.; Anusic, I.; Donellan, M.B.; Lucas, R.E. Comparing the Reliability and Validity of Global Self-Report Measures of Subjective Well-Being With Experiential Day Reconstruction Measures
Assessment, 2017, online, 1-15
Kavcic, T.; Avsec, A. A Day in the Lives of Older Adults: What Makes Them Happy?
Psiholoska obzorja / Horizons of Psychology, 2018, Vol. 27, 51-60
Henderson, L.W.; Knight, T.; Richardson, B. An Exploration of The Well-Being Benefits of Hedonic and Eudaimonic Behaviour.
The Journal of Positive Psychology, 2013, Vol. 8, 322 - 336
Sheldon, K.M.; Cummins, R.A.; Kamble, S.V. Life Balance and Well-Being: Testing a Novel Conceptual and Measurement Approach
Journal of Personality, 2010, Vol. 78, 1093 - 1134
Veenhoven, R. The Day Reconstruction Method. Applications in Organizations.
Optentia Newsletter, North West University, South Africa, Spring 2013, page 4 - 5
Lancée, S.; Burger, M.; Veenhoven, R. Mood during Commute in the Netherlands What Way of Travel Feels Best for What Kind of People?
Transportation Research Part A, 2017, Vol. 104, 195 - 208
Miron-Shatz, T. Evaluating Multi-episode Events: Boundary Conditions for the Peak-End Rule
Emotion, 2009, Vol. 9,, 206 - 213
Ludwigs, K.; Arends, L.R.; Henning, L. Using the Day Reconstruction Method - Same Results when Used at the End of the Day or on the Next Day?
International Journal of Community Well-Being, 2019, Vol. 2, 61 - 73
Miret, M.; Caballero, F.F.; Olaya, B. Health and Happiness: Cross-Sectional Household Surveys in Finland, Poland and Spain
Bulletin of the World Health Organisation, 2014, Vol. 92, 716 - 725
Negraia, D.V.; Augustine, J.M. Unpacking the Parenting Wellbeing Gap: The Role of Dynamic Features of Daily Life across Broader Social Structures
Working Paper, 2019, Nr. 011, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Rostock, Germany
Möwisch, D.; Richter, D.; Schmiedeck, F. Capturing Affective Well‑Being in Daily Life with the Day Reconstruction Method: A Refined View on Positive and Negative Affect
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2019, Vol. 20, 641-663
Kalmbach, D.A.; Drake, C; Pillai, V.; Roth, T The Interplay Between Daily Affect and Sleep: a 2-Week Study of Young Women
Journal of Sleep Research, 2014,Vol. 23, 636-645
Lancée, S.; Burger, M.; Veenhoven, R. Commuting and Happiness. What Ways Feel Best for What Kinds of People?
Friman, M., Ettema, D. & Olson, E. (Eds), Quality of Life and Daily Travel, 2018, Springer International Publishing AG, Dordrecht,, Netherlands, Chapter 5,
Bakker, A.B.; Burger, M.; Oerlemans, W.; VanHaren, P.; Veenhoven, R. Happiness Raised by Raising Awareness of how Happy One Feels: Effect of Happiness Self-Monitoring Using the Happiness Indicator1
International Journal of Applied Positive Psychology, 2020, Vol. , 1-35
Cai, S.; Park, A.; Yip, W. Time Well Spent versus a Life Considered: Changing Subjective Well-Being in China
Oxford Economic Papers, 2020, online
Hamermesh, D.S. Life Satisfaction, Loneliness and Togetherness, with an Application to Covid-19 Lock-Downs
Review of Economics of the Household, 2020, Vol. 18, 983 - 1000
Ayuso-Mateos, J.L.; Caballero, F.F.; Miret, M.; Olaya, B. Multi-Country Evaluation of Affective Experience: Validation of an Abbreviated Version of the Day Reconstruction Method in Seven Countries
Plos One, 2013, Vol. 8, 1-8
Oerlemans, W.; Bakker, A.B. Why Extraverts are Happier: A day Reconstruction Study
Journal of Research in Personality, 2014, Vol. 50, 11 - 22

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