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VIEWS ON HAPPINESS: Views on one's own happiness Perceived sources of one's own happiness Difference expected and experienced happiness
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Difference expected and experienced happiness, affective forecast
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Schwandt, H. Unmet Aspirations as an Explanation for the Age U-shape in Human Wellbeing.
Journal of economic behavior and organization, 122 (2016) 75-87
Kamilçelebi, H.; Veenhoven, R. The difference between expected and experienced Utility: Findings from some studies on having Children.
The Journal of Academic Social Science Studies, 50, 343 - 354
Dunn, E.W.; Gilbert, P; Wilson, T.D. Location, Location, Location: The Misprediction of Satisfaction in Housing Lotteries.
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 2003, 1421 - 1432
Beja Jr., E. L. The Focusing Illusion and Happiness: Evidence Using College Basketball Championship.
Social Indicators Research, 2015, Vol. 121, 873 - 885
Goranson, A.; Gray, K.; Ritter, R.S. Dying Is Unexpectedly Positive.
Psychological Science, 2017, Vol. 28, 988 - 999
Grimm, C.; Kemp, S. Utility, (Experienced)
Altman, M.;Ed.: "Real-World Decision Making. An Encyclopedia of Behavioral Economics", Greenwood, 2015, Denver, USA. 456 - 457
Odermatt, R.; Stutzer, A. (Mis-)Predicted Subjective Well-Being Following Life Events
Journal of the European Economic Association, 2019, Vol. 17, 245 - 383
Koszegi, B.; Rabin, M. Choices, Situations, and Happiness.
Journal of Public Economics, 2008, Vol. 92, 1821 - 1832
Arriaga, X..B. Individual Well-Being and Relationship Maintenance at Odds: The Unexpected Perils of Maintaining a Relationship With an Aggressive Partner
Social Psychological and Personality Science, 2013, Vol. 4, 676-684
Odermatt, R.; Powdthavee, N; Stutzer, A. Overoptimistic Entrepreneurs: Predicting Wellbeing Consequences of Self-Employment.
IZA, Discussion Paper, 2017, No. 11098, Basel, Switzerland.
Cardoso, R.V.; Meijers, E.J.; VanHam, M. The City as a Self-Help Book: The Psychology of Urban Promises.
Discussion Paper,2017, IZA,,, Nr. 10693
Kamilçelebi, H. The Difference Between Expected And Experienced Utility: A Case Study On a Salary Increase.
Lap Lambert Academic Publishing, Mauritius
Sin, N.L.; Jacobs Bao, K.; Lyubomirsky, S. House and Happiness
Casio, T., Martin, l. (Eds.) "House and Psychology", 2011, John Wiley&Sons, Inc., New York, United States of America, 77-94
Hershfield, H.E.; Barnea, U.; Mogilner, C. People Who Choose Time Over Money Are Happier
Social Psychological and Personality Science, 2016, Vol. 7, 697-706
Wells, Y.D.; DeVaus, D; Kendig, H.; Quine, S Health and Wellbeing through Work and Retirement Transitions in Mature Age: Understanding Pre-Post and Retrospective Measures of Change
International Journal of aging and Human Development, 2009, Vol.69, 287-310
Abolhassani, M.; Alessie, R. Subjective Well-Being Around Retirement
De Economist, 2013, Vol. 161, 349-366
Kahneman,D.; Riis,J. Living, and Thinking about It: Two Perspectives on Life
Hupert, F.. et al (Eds.): "The Science of Well-Being ", 2005, Oxford University, Oxford , UK, 285 - 304