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PREVALENCE of HAPPINESS Are people typically positive about their life?
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Are people typically positive about their life?, favorable, negative, neutral, rosy
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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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No valid measure of happiness used
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Fordyce, M.W. A Review of Research on the Happiness Measures: A Sixty Second Index of Happiness and Mental Health.
Social Indicators Research, 1988, Vol. 20, 355 - 381
Gallup, Human Needs and Satisfactions: A Global Survey.
Public Opinion Quarterly, 1976, Vol. 40, 459 - 467
Bless, H.; Schwarz, N. Ist Schlechte Stimmung die Ausnahme? Eine Meta-analyse von Stimmungsuntersuchungen. (Is a Bad Mood the Exception? A Meta-analysis of Mood Investigations.)
Paper, University Heidelberg, 1984, Germany
Csikszentmihalyi, M. Beyond Boredom and Anxiety.
Jossey Bass, 1975, San Francisco, USA
Hofstätter, P.R. Bedingungen der Zufriedenheit. (Conditions for Contentment.)
Interfrom Verlag, 1986, Zürich, Switzerland
Siegler, I.C. Threats to External Validity in Survey Research with the Elderly: The Effects of Selective Drop-out on Health, Morale, Social Relations and Environmental Circumstances.
PhD Dissertation, Syracuse University, 1974, USA
Silbermann, I. On 'Happiness'.
Psychoanalytic Studies of the Child, 1985, Vol. 40, 45 -472
Moum, T. Is Subjective Well-Being a Predictor of Non-Response in Broad Population Surveys.
Social Indicators Research, 1994, Vol. 32, 1 - 20
Myers, D.G. The Pursuit of Happiness. Who is Happy and Why?
William Morrow, 1992, New York, USA
MacKaye, J. The Economy of Happiness.
Little & Brow, 1906, Boston, USA