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Correlational findings

Study Stillman et al. (2015): study NZ 2005

Public:
18-45 aged immigrants from Tonga, followed 3 years after migrattion, New-Zealand, 2005-2008
Survey name:
PacificIsland-NewZealand MigrationSurvey
Sample:
Respondents:
N = 101
Non Response:
66%
Assessment:
Interview: face-to-face

Correlate

Authors's label
Religion
Our Classification
Operationalization
Religion:
a) Catholic
b) Mormon
c) Otherwise

Observed Relation with Happiness

Happiness Measure Statistics Elaboration / Remarks O-HL-cm-sq-v-5-a b = +.20 ns CATHOLIC (vs otherwise) O-HL-cm-sq-v-5-a b = +.52 p < .10 MORMON   (vs otherwise)

T1-T2 CHANGE in happiness by T1-T2 CHANGE in religion

B's controlled for:
- age
- employment status
- personal income
- relative income
- years of education
- survey wave
- time period of the year
O-HL-cm-sq-v-5-a b = +.05 ns CATHOLIC (vs otherwise) O-HL-cm-sq-v-5-a b = +.26 p < .01 MORMON   (vs otherwise)

CURRENT happiness by CURRENT religion

B's additionally controlled for:
- gender
- marital status
- region of birth
- visited New Zealand before 2000

CURRENT is pooled results of T1 and T2