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Correlational findings

Study Senik (2011): study ZZ Europe 2002 /2

Public:
15+ aged first-generation immigrants, 13 EU-nations, 2002-2009
Survey name:
EU-ESS 1-4: 2002-2010
Sample:
Respondents:
N = 5094
Non Response:
Assessment:
Interview: face-to-face

Correlate

Authors's label
School before 10 years old in destination country
Our Classification
Operationalization
1: When studying in a school in the country of settlement before the age of 10.
0: Otherwise

Observed Relation with Happiness

Happiness Measure Statistics Elaboration / Remarks O-HL-u-sq-n-11-a b = -.31 p < .001 ALL O-HL-u-sq-n-11-a b = -.21 p < .000 <30 YEARS OLDS

B's controlled for:
- Gender
- Age and age squared
- Household income
- Country of residence
- Marital status
- Region of origin
- Year fixed effects
- Migration at young age*Country of residence

B's of interaction term:  
             All immigrants   <30 aged
Belgium:      -.43 (p<.001)   -.33 (p<.001)
Switzerland:  +.34 (p<.001)   -.52 (p<.001)
Germany:      +.44 (p<.001)   +.25 (p<.001)
Denmark:      -.03 (p<.001)   +.35 (p<.001)
Spain:        +.01 (ns)       -.01 (ns)
Finland:      +.45 (p<.001)   +.42 (p<.001)
France:       -.12 (p<.001)   -.30 (p<.001)
Great-Britain:-.16 (p<.001)   +.25 (p<.001)
Netherlands:  +.00 (p<.001)   +.25 (p<.001)
Norway:       +.16 (p<.001)   +.05 (ns)
Portugal:     +.56 (p<.001)   +.32 (p<.05)
Sweden:       -.11 (p<.001)   -.17 (p<.001)
Slovenia:     -.45 (p<.001)   -.53 (p<.001)