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Bibliographic subject: Is pursuit of happiness self-defeating?

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PURSUIT of HAPPINESS Can happiness be promoted? Is pursuit of happiness self-defeating?
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Is pursuit of happiness self-defeating?,hedonic reversal
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Authors Title / Source Year Frankl, V.E. Paradoxien des Glücks. (Paradoxes of Happiness).
Hommes, U.;Ed.: "Was ist Glück?", Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag, 1976, München, Germany, 108 - 126
Greiffenhagen, M.; Greiffenhagen, S. Das Glück: Realitäten eines Traums. (Happiness: The Realities of a Dream).
Piper, 1988, München/Zürich, Germany/Switzerland
Ramzy-Saleh Guirguis, N. Happiness - Several Approaches to it - Literature Study.
Gedrag: Tijdschrift voor Psychologie, 1973, Vol. 1, 34 - 63
Russell, B. The Conquest of Happiness.
New American Library, 1951, New York, USA
Underwood, B.; Froming, W.J. The Mood Survey : A Personality Measure of Happy and Sad Moods.
Journal of Personality Assessment, 1980, Vol. 44, 404 - 414
Pearce, D. The Hedonist Imperative.
Bruni, L. The "Technology of Happiness" and the Tradition of Economic Science.
Bruni, L.;Luigi, Porta, P.;Eds.: "Handbook on the Economics of Happiness'', Edward Elgar, 2007, UK, 24 - 52
Martin, M.W. Paradoxes of Happiness.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2008, Vol. 9., 171 - 184
Gruber, J.; Mauss, I.B.; Tamir, M. A Dark Side of Happiness? How, When, and Why Happiness is not always Good.
Perspective on Psychological Science, 2011, Vol. 6, 222 - 233
Ferguson, Y.L.; Sheldon, K.A. Trying to Be Happier Really Can Work: Two Experimental Studies.
The Journal of Positive Psychology, 2012, Vol. 8, 23 - 33
Mauss, I.B.; Anderson, C.R.; Tamir, M. Can Seeking Happiness Make People Unhappy? Paradoxical Effects of Valuing Happiness.
Emotion, 2011, Vol. 11, 807 - 815
Mauss, I.B.; Anderson, C.R.; Tamir, M. The Pursuit of Happiness Can Be Lonely.
Emotion, 2012, Vol. 12, 908 - 912
Marcus, D.; Baehrisch, E. The Pursuit of Happiness, Stress and Temporomandibular Disorders.
Health, Culture and Society, 2013, Vol. 5, 279 - 298
Ford, B.Q.; Dmitrieva, J.O. Culture Shapes Whether the Persuit of Happiness Predicts Higher or Lower Well-Being.
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 2015
Luhmann, M.; Hawkley, L.C.; Necka, E.A. Is Valuing Happiness associated with Lower Well-Being? A Factor-Level Analysis using the Valuing Happiness Scale.
Journal of Research in Personality, 2016, Vol. 60, 46 - 50
Miron, A. Emotion and Cognition in Entertainment.
Pscyhology of Entertainment, Chapter 20, 2006, 343 - 364
Catalino, L.I.; Algoe, S.B.; Fredrickson, B.L. Prioritizing Positivity: An Effective Approach to Pursuing Happiness?
Emotion, 2014, Vol. 14, 1155 - 1161
Ford, B.Q.; Mauss, I.B.; Shallcross, A.J. Desperately Seeking Happiness: Valuing Happiness is Associated with Symptoms and Diagnosis of Depression
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 2014, Vol. 33, 890 - 905
Ford, B.Q.; Gruber, J.; Mauss, I.B. Valuing happiness is associated with bipolar disorder
Emotion, 2015, Vol. 15, 211 - 222
Held, B.S. The Tyranny of the Positive Attitude in America: Observation and Speculation.
Journal of Clinical Psychology, 2002, Vol. 58, 965 - 992
Ford, B.Q.; Mauss, I.B. The Paradoxical Effects of Pursuing Positive Emotion: When And Why Wanting To Feel Happy Backfires.
Gruber,J and Moskowitz, J (Eds.), 2014, "Positive Emotion: Integrating the Light Sides and Dark Sides", Oxford University Press, Chapter 20
Gotise, P.; Krishna-Upadhyay, B. Happiness from Ancient Indian Perspective: Hitopadesa
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2018, Vol.19, 863 - 897
Tate, R. B.; Cuddy, T.E.; Lah, L. Definition of Successful Aging by Elderly Canadian Males: The Manitoba Follow-Up Study
The Gerontologist, 2003, Vol. 43, 735 - 744
Lutz, P.K.; Passmore, H.A. Repercussions of Individual and Societal Valuing of Happiness
Lambert, L. and Zaidi, P. (Eds.), 2019, Positive Psychology in the Middle East/North Africa, Springer Switzerland, Chapter 16
Sheldon, K.M.; Corcoran, M.; Prentice, M. Pursuing Eudaimonic Functioning Versus Pursuing Hedonic Well‑Being: The First Goal Succeeds in Its Aim,Whereas the Second Does Not
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2018, Vol. 20, 919-933