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PURSUIT of HAPPINESS Observed effects on happiness of interventions at individual level
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Observed effects on happiness of interventions at individual level, course, learn, teach, therapy, training, treatment
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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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Eligible and included in findings archive (embedded studies)
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Watson, D. Mood and Temperament.
The Guilford Press, 2000, New York, USA
2000
Young, A. The Secret Habits of Happy Humans.
Lulu, 2007, London, UK.
2007
Duncan, E. Positive Psychology in Practice. Can the Subjective Well-Being of Adults Living in a Socially Deprived Community be Increased?
PowerPoint presentation 4th European Conference on Positive Psychology, 2008, Opatija, Croatia
2008
Brülde, B. Lyckans och Lidandets Etik. (The Ethics of Happiness and Suffering).
Thales, 2009, Stockholm, Sweden
2009
Veenhoven, R. Greater Happiness for a Greater Number. Is that Possible in Austria?
Ehalt, H.C.;et al;Eds.: ''Lebensqualität in modernen Gesellschaften'', Peter Lang, 2011, Frankfurt am Main, Germany, 27 - 34
2011
Veenhoven, R. GREATER HAPPINESS FOR A GREATER NUMBER Is that possible? If so, How
Sheldon, K. M.; Kashdan, T. B.; Steger, M. F.; Eds.: "Designing Positive Psychology: Taking Stock and Moving Forward", Oxford University Press, 2011, NY, USA,396 - 409
2011
Boehm, J.K.; Kubzansky, L.D.; Vie, L.L. The Promise of Well-Being Interventions for Improving Health Risk Behaviors
Current Cardiovasc Risk Report, 2012, Vol. 6, 511-519
2012
Mandich, Gillian Healthy and Happy: Creating and Evaluating a Catalyst to Improve the Health of University Students via an Online Training System
PhD dissertation University of Western Ontario
2018