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VIEWS ON HAPPINESS: Views on one's own happiness Perceived comparative happiness
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Perceived comparative happiness, relative happiness, better, worse, social comparison
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Freedman, J.L.; Shaver, P. What Makes you Happy. A Questionnaire.
Psychology Today, 1975, Vol. 9, 66 - 72
Lykken, D.T.; Tellegen, A. Happiness is a Stochastic Phenomenon.
Psychological Science, 1996, Vol. 7, 186 - 189
Lykken, D.T. Happiness: What Studies on Twins Show Us About Nature, Nurture and the Happiness Set-Point.
Golden Books, 1999, New York, USA
Delhey, J.; Kohler, U. From Nationally bounded to Pan-European Inequalities? On the Importance of Foreign Countries as Reference Groups.
European Sociological Review, 2006, Vol. 22, 125 - 140
Noble, O. Subjective Well-Being: A Ukrainian Case Study.
Thesis, 2009, University College London, UK
Jugureanu, A.; Hughes, J. Lay Theories and the Cultural Contingency of Happiness.
Paper Conference '' Culture and the Making of Worlds'', 2010, Milan, Italy
Klar, Y.; Giladi, E.E. Are most People Happier than their Peers, or are They just Happy?
Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin, 1999, Vol. 25, 586 - 595
Kim, J.H. Productive Activity and Life Satisfaction in Korean Elderly Women.
Journal of Women and Aging, 2013, Vol. 25, 80 - 96
Yang, A.X.; Hsee, C.K.; Zheng, X. The AB Identification Survey: Identifying Absolute versus Relative Determinants of Happiness.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2012, Vol. 13, 729 - 744
Chou, H.G.; Edge, N. They Are Happier and Having Better Lives than I Am’’: The Impact of Using Facebook on Perceptions of Others’ Lives.
Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking, 2012, Vol. 15, 117 - 121
Heidrich, S.M.; Ryff, C.D. The Role of Social Comparisons Processes in the Psychological Adaptation of Elderly Adults.
Journal of Gerontology - Psychological Sciences, 1993, Vol. 48. 127 - 136
Neyse, L.; Bosworth, S.; Ring, P. Prenatal Testosterone Exposure Predicts Mindfulness - Does This Mediate Its Effect On Happiness?
KIEL Working Papers, 2015, No. 1999, 1 - 18
Choma, B.L.; Busseri, M.A.; Sadava, S.W. Deciphering Subjective Trajectories for Life Satisfaction Using Self-versus-normative other Discrepancies, Self-esteem and Hope.
European Journal of Personality, 2014, Vol. 28, 107 - 119
Wojcik, S.P.; Ditto, P.H. Motivated Happiness: Self-Enhancement Inflates Self-Reported Subjective Well-Being
Social Psychological and Personality Science, 2014, Vol. 5, 825 - 834
Olivos, F.; Browne, M.; Olivos-Jara, P. Asymmetric Social Comparison and Life Satisfaction in Social Networks
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2021, Vol. 22, 363 - 384
Brockmann, H. Why Are Newcomers so Happy? Subjective Well-Being of First-Generation Immigrants in Germany
Frontiers in Human Dynamics, 2021, Volume 3, Article 688487
Dumludag,D.; Gokdemir,O. Income Aspiration, Income Comparison and Life Satisfaction: The Case of Turkish Migrants in the Netherlands
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2021, Vol. 23, 1359-1378