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VIEWS ON HAPPINESS: Views on happiness in public opinion Attitudes to happiness
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Attitudes to happiness, public opinion, value
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year DeWit, L. Geld Maakt Gelukkiger dan Kinderen of Gezondheid. (Money Makes Happier than Children or Health).
Press release online Survey "Geluksmonitor", Trendbox, 2006, Amsterdam, Netherlands
McKinsey & Company, (
McKinsey & Company, 2006, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Kaliterna Lipovcan, L.J.; Prizmic-Larsen, Z. Importance and Satisfaction with Life. Domains in Croatia; Representative Sample.
Estes, R.J.; Ed.: "Advancing Quality of Life in a turbulent World", Springer, 2007, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 41 - 51
Dolan, P. Happiness Questions and government Responses; a Pilot Study of what the general Public makes of it all.
Revue d' économic publique, 2011, january, 3 - 15
Balaz, V.; Bacova, V.; Skriniar, P. Experience and Information Search Patterns in Complex Decision Making.
Studia Psychologica, 2014, Vol. 56, 2 - 20
O' Donnell, G.; Oswald, A.J. National Well-being Policy and a Weighted Approach to Human Feelings.
Warwick Economics Research Paper Series, 2015, No. 1071, 1 - 43
Scheibe, S.; English, T.; Tsai, J.L. Striving to Feel Good: Ideal Affect, Actual Affect, and Their Correspondence Across Adulthood.
Psychology and Aging, 2013, Vol. 28, 160 - 171
Lambert, L.; Pasha-Zaidi, N. Happiness in the United Arab Emirates: Conceptualisations of Happiness among Emirati and other Arab Students.
International Journal of Happiness and Development, 2015, Vol. 2, 1 - 22