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Correlational findings

Study Currie et al. (2004): study ZZ Developed nations 2001

Public:
11,13 and 15 aged, school children, 33 countries and regions, 2001
Sample:
Respondents:
N = 162306
Non Response:
Assessment:
Questionnaire: paper
Specially trained personnel, teachers and school nurses administered the completion of questionnaires in school classrooms.

Correlate

Authors's Label
Gender
Our Classification
Distribution
N Girls
Austria  2231, Belgium (Fl)  3293, Belgium (Fr)  2254, Canada 2365, Croatia  2217, Czech Republic 2600, Denmark 2413, England 3138, Estonia 1996, Finland 2675,
France 4131, Germany 2864, Greece  1937, Greenland 505, Hungary 2316, Ireland 1573, Israel  3036, Italy 2261, Latvia 1848, Lithuania  2758, Malta 1075, Netherlands 2149, Norway 2469, Poland 3179, Portugal  1521, Russia 4285, Scotland 2258, Slovenia 1960, Spain 2954, Sweden 1948, Switzerland 2370, TFYR Macedonia  2108, Ukraine 2197,
US 2703, Wales 1883

N Boys
Austria: 2241, Belgium (Fl)  2996, Belgium (Fr) 2069, Canada 1996, Croatia 2180, Czech Republic 2412, Denmark 2259, England  2943, Estonia 1983, Finland 2713, France 4054, Germany 2786, Greece 1870, Greenland 386, Hungary 1848, Ireland 1302, Israel 2625, Italy 2125, Latvia 1633, Lithuania 2887, Malta  905, Netherlands 2120, Norway 2554, Poland 3204, Portugal 1419, Russia  3752, Scotland 2246, Slovenia 1996, Spain 2873, Sweden 1978, Switzerland 2309, TFYR Macedonia 2053, Ukraine 1893, US 2322, Wales 2004
Operationalization
0 girls
1 boys

Observed Relation with Happiness

Happiness Measure Statistics Elaboration / Remarks C-BW-c-sq-l-11-e D% = +               11 (55503)  13(55987) 15 (50816)
Girls (78936) 87.1        82.5      77.4
Boys (83370)  88.1        86.9      84.5