Correlational findings

Study Ventegodt (1997): study DK 1993

31-33 aged, born at the university hospital, Denmark, 1993
N = 4626
Non Response:
Questionnaire: paper
Data were taken from the medical files of mothers and their babies


Authors's label
Fetal position when born
Our Classification
Fetal position when born as reported in medical file
a: transverse lie
b: first position (back to the left)
c: second position (back to the right)
d: regular position (occiput anterior)
e: irregular position (occiput posterior)
f: transverse position
g: fore position brow, face
h: indeterminate head position
i: breech and breech-foot position
j: other lower extremety positions

Observed Relation with Happiness

Happiness Measure Statistics Elaboration / Remarks A-AOL-m-sq-v-5-a DMt = ± a: Mt=7.19
b: Mt=7.73
c: Mt=7.73
d: Mt=7.73
e: Mt=7.60
f: Mt=7.50
g: Mt=7.64
h: Mt=7.91
i: Mt=7.80
j: Mt=7.65
O-SLu-c-sq-v-5-e DMt = ± a: Mt=7.50
b: Mt=7.43
c: Mt=7.36
d: Mt=7.39
e: Mt=7.16
f: Mt=6.95
g: Mt=7.45
h: Mt=7.61
i: Mt=7.43
j: Mt=8.00
O-HL-c-sq-v-5-ha DMt = ± a: Mt=7.81
b: Mt=7.04
c: Mt=6.98
d: Mt=7.00
e: Mt=6.81
f: Mt=6.74
g: Mt=7.01
h: Mt=7.20
i: Mt=6.91
j: Mt=7.40