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MODES OF EMPIRICAL HAPPINESS RESEARCH People investigated: some populations Happiness in patients Handicapped
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Handicapped, disabled
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Authors Title / Source Year Filipp, S.H.; Ferring, D. Zur inhaltlichen Bestimmung und Erfassung von Lebensqualität im Umfeld schwerer körperlicher Erkrankungen. (Quality of Life and Physical Disability).
Praxis der Klinischen Verhaltensmedizin und Rehabilitation, 1991, Vol. 16, 274 - 283
Benyamini, Y.; Leventhal, E.A.; Leventhal, H. Self-Rated Oral Health as an Independent Predictor of Self-Rated General Health, Self-Esteem and Life Satisfaction.
Social Science and Medicine, 2004, Vol. 59, 1109 - 1116
Brennan, D.S.; Roberts-Thomson, K.F.; Spencer, A.J. Tooth Loss, Chewing Ability and Quality of Life.
Quality of Life Research, 2008, Vol. 17, 227 - 235
Green, C.W.; Reid, D.H. Defining, Validating, and Increasing Indices of Happiness among People with Profound Multiple Disabilities.
Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 1996, Vol. 29, 67 - 78
Barak, Y.; Achiron, A. Happiness and Personal Growth are Attainable in Interferon-Beta-1a Treated Multiple Sclerosis Patients.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2011, vol. 12, 887 - 895
Lancioni, G.E.; O'Reilly, M.F.; Singh, N.N. An Overview of Research on Increasing Indices of Happiness of People with Severe/Profound Intellectual and Multiple Disabilities.
Disability and Rehabilitation, 2005, Vol. 27, 83 - 93
Brown, M.; Vandergoot, D. Quality of Life for Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury: Comparison with Others Living in the Community.
Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, 1998, Vol. 13, 1 - 23
Hamrin, E.; Gustafsson, G.; Jaracz, K. Quality of Life among the Elderly with Locomotor Disabilities in Sweden and Poland in the 1990s.
Quality of Life Research , 2012, Vol. 21, 281 - 289
Pagán, R. Are Relational Goods Important for People with Disabilities?
Applied Research in Quality of Life, 2016, Vol.11, 1117 - 1135
Ville, I.; Ravaud, J.F.; Tetrafigap Group, Subjective Well-Being and Severe Motor Impairments: The Tetrafigap Survey on the Long-Term Outcome of Tetraplegic Spinal Cord Injured Persons.
Social Science and Medicine, 2001, Vol. 52, 369 - 384
Wahl, H.W.; Drapaniotis, P. M.; Heyl, V. Functional Ability Loss in Sensory Impaired and Sensory Unimpaired Very Old Adults: Analyzing Causal Relations with Positive Affect across Four Years
Experimental Gerontology, 2014, Vol.59, 65-73
Lyons, G. Life Satisfaction for Children with Profound Intellectual and Multiple Disabilities
Kober, R. (Ed.)Quality of Life of People with Intellectual Disabilities, Social Indicators Research Series 41, DOI 10.1007 /978-90-481-9650-0_ 12, Springer Science + Business Media, 2010. Chapter 12
Bishop, M. Quality of Life and Psychosocial Adaptation to Chronic Illness and Disability: Preliminary Analysis of a Conceptual and Theoretical Synthesis
Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 2005, Vol. 48, 219 - 231
Lucas,R.,R.; Chopik,W. Testing the Buffering Effect of Social Relationships in a Prospective Study of Disability Onset
Social Psychological and Personality Science, 2020, Vol. 12, 1-26