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PURSUIT of HAPPINESS Can happiness be promoted? Can happiness be learned?
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Can happiness be learned?, acquire, taught, train, wellbeing literacy
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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 Argyle, M.; Crossland, J.; Martin, M. Happiness as a Function of Personality and Social Encounters.
Forgas, J.P., Innes, J.M. (Eds).: "Recent Advances in Social Psychology", Elsevier, 1989, Netherlands, 189 - 202
Cousineau, P. Variations sur le Thème du Bonheur: Le Regard d'un Psychothérapeut. (Happiness, View of a Psycho-Therapeut).
Revue Québécoise de Psychologie, 1997, Vol. 18, 253 - 270
Fordyce, M.W. Education au Bonheur. (Learning to be Happy).
Revue Québécoise de Psychologie, 1997, Vol. 18, 239 -252
Finkenauer, C.; Baumeister, R.F. L'Effet des Variables Subjectives sur le Bonheur. Résultats de la Recherce et Implications pour la Thérapie. (Subjective Factors in Happiness).
Revue Québécoise de Psychologie, 1997, Vol. 18, 99 - 118
Staats, S. Quality of life and affect in older persons: Hope, time frames, and training effects.
Current Psychology: Research & Reviews, 1991, Vol. 10, 21 - 30
Fordyce, M.W. Happiness, its Daily Variation and its Relation to Values.
Unpublished PhD Dissertation, U.S. International University, 1972, San Diego, California, USA
Fordyce, M.W. Development of a Program to Increase Personal Happiness.
Journal of Counseling Psychology, 1977, Vol. 24, 511 -521
Fordyce, M.W. A Program to Increase Happiness: Further Studies.
Journal of Counseling Psychology, 1983, Vol. 30, 483 - 498
Goodhart, D.E. Some Psychological Effects Associated with Positive and Negative Thinking about Stressful Event Outcomes: Was Pollyanna Right?
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1985, Vol. 48, 216 - 232
Perloff, R. The Case for Life Satisfaction Counseling as a Critical Role for the Counseling Psychologist in Industry.
Counseling Psychologist, 1982, Vol. 10, 41 - 44