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Correlational findings

Study Biersner et al. (1976): study US 1971

Public:
Navy recruits, USA, 1971
Sample:
Respondents:
N = 1220
Non Response:
Assessment:
Questionnaire: paper
Administered the first day of basic military training and three days later.

Correlate

Authors's label
Sick call visits
Our Classification
Operationalization

Observed Relation with Happiness

Happiness Measure Statistics Elaboration / Remarks A-ASA-m-mq-v-3-a r = -.07 ns Sample A, happiness at first assesment A-ASA-m-mq-v-3-a r = -.12 p < .01 Sample A, happiness at second assesment A-ASA-m-mq-v-3-a Beta = ns A-ASA-m-mq-v-3-a r = -.13 p < .01 Sample B, happiness at first assesment A-ASA-m-mq-v-3-a r = -.12 p < .01 Sample B, happiness at second assesment A-ASA-m-mq-v-3-a Beta = ns Beta's controled for
- activity
- anger
- depression
- fear
A-ASA-m-mq-v-3-a = The total sample was split in subsamples A (validation) and B (crossvalidation) equaled for discharge rates and sick call.

First assessment at first day of training, second assessment 3 days later.