Bibliographic subjects

Bibliographic subject: Prediction of one's own happiness

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VIEWS ON HAPPINESS: Views on one's own happiness Prediction of one's own happiness
Additional keywords
Prediction of one's own happiness,expectation, optimism, pessimism
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List of Publications on this Subject

Authors Title / Source Year Gilbert, D.T.; Ebert, J.E. Decisions and Revisions: The Affective Forecasting of Changeable Outcomes.
Journal of Personality and Social Personality, 2002, Vol. 82, 503 - 514
Gilbert, D.T. Stumbling on Happiness.
Vintage Books, 2005, New York, USA
Kahneman, D.; Krueger, A.B.; Schkade, D.A. Would You be Happier if You were Richer? A Focusing Illusion.
CEPS Working Paper, no. 125, 2006, Brussels, Belgium
Kahneman, D.; Thaler, R.H. Anomalies Utility Maximization and Experienced Utility.
Journal of Economic Perspectives, 2006, Vol. 20, 221 - 234.
Frijters, P.; Haisken-DeNew, J.P.; Shields, M.A. How Well do Individuals Predict Their Future Life Satisfaction? Rationality and Learning Following a Nationwide Exogenous Shock.
Discussion Paper No. 468, Australian National University, 2003, Canberra, Australia
Garry, J.; Lohan, M. Mispredicting Happiness across the Adult Lifespan: Implications for the Risky Health Behaviour of Young People.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 2011, Vol. 12, 41 - 49
Odermatt, R.; Stutzer, A. (Mis-)Predicted Subjective Well-Being Following Life Events.
IZA Discussion Paper, 2015, No. 9252, 1 - 42
Kaliterna Lipovcan, L.J.; Brkljacic, T.; Larsen, P. Materialism, affective States, and Life Satisfaction: Case of Croatia.
LipovĨan et al. SpringerPlus,2015, Vol. 4, 699 - 708
Nisbet, E.K.; Zelenski, J.M. Underestimating Nearby Nature: Affective Forecasting Errors Obscure the Happy Path to Sustainability
Psychological Science, 2011, Vol.22, 1101 - 1106