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Correlational findings

Study DiGiacinto et al. (2007): study IT 2004

Public:
Employees, Italy, 2004
Sample:
Respondents:
N = 1240
Non Response:
Assessment:
Questionnaire: paper
Method of assesment is not specified in the paper and is assumed.

Correlate

Authors's label
Creative environment
Our Classification
Remarks
Creative environment is measured using the Italian Creativity Index by Florida and Tinaglia (2005).
Distribution
M=0,3896  SD=0,1609
Operationalization
A: Talent
Aa: Creative class index
Ab: Human capital index
Ac: Number of researchers index

B: Technology
Ba: High-tech index
Bb: Innovation index
Bc:  High-tech connectivity index

C: Tolerance
Ca: Diversity index
Cb: Integration index
Cc: Gay tolerance index

Observed Relation with Happiness

Happiness Measure Statistics Special Research Type Elaboration / Remarks O-QOL-?-sq-n-10-a OPRC = +1.4 p < .032 none O-QOL-?-sq-n-10-a b = +2.0 p < .035 none O-QOL-?-sq-n-10-a Beta = +.20 p < .035 none Regressions control for:
-age
-income
-schooling*creativity index
-marital status
-gender
-educational level
-province level unemployment rate
-province level per capita disposable income
-area
O-QOL-?-sq-n-10-a OPRC = -.16 p < .002 none Interaction between schooling and creativity index. O-QOL-?-sq-n-10-a b = -.25 p < .003 none Interaction between schooling and creativity index. O-QOL-?-sq-n-10-a Beta = -.33 p < .003 none Interaction between schooling and creativity index.

Regressions control for:
-age
-income
-Creativity Index
-marital status
-gender
-educational level
-province level unemployment rate
-province level per capita disposable income
-area