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Bibliographic Subjects » MODES OF EMPIRICAL HAPPINESS RESEARCH » People investigated: some populations » Happiness in high performers » High IQ

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MODES OF EMPIRICAL HAPPINESS RESEARCH People investigated: some populations Happiness in high performers High IQ
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High IQ, genius, smart
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Authors Title / Source Year Polek, E.; VanOudenhoven, J.P.; Wohrle, J. The Role of Attachment Styles, Perceived Discrimination, and Cultural Distance in Adjustment of German and Eastern European Immigrants in the Netherlands.
Cross-Cultural Research, 2010, Vol. 44, 60 - 88
2010
Pollet, E.; Schnell, T. Brilliant: But What For? Meaning and Subjective Well-Being in the Lives of Intellectually Gifted and Academically High-Achieving Adults
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2017, Vol. 18, 1459 - 1484
2017