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Correlational findings

Study Conner et al. (2015): study NZ Auckland 2013

Public
University students, New Zealand, 2013, followed 13 days
Survey name
Unnamed study
Sample
Respondents
N =
Non Response
Assessment
Diary
Computer assisted laboratory session and online daily dairies. Participants completed 12 out of 13 possible diaries (M = 11, 8, SD =1,5, Range 7-13

Correlate

Authors's Label
consumption of fruits
Our Classification
Remarks
Standatd questions in the New Zealand National Nutrition Survey 1997 (NNS'97)
Distribution
Range: 0-4; M = 1,16; SD = 0,76
Operationalization
Self report in diary of the number of servings eaten that days of  fruit:
- fresh, frozen, canned or stewed fruit
- excluding fruit juice and dried fruit

Observed Relation with Happiness

Happiness Measure Statistics Elaboration / Remarks A-AB-md-mqr-v-5-b r = + BETWEEN persons association between average daily fruit consumption and average mood
PA: r = +.18 (001)
NA: r = +.00 (ns)
A-AB-md-mqr-v-5-b r = + WITHIN person association between fruit consumption and mood during the day:
PA: r = +.03 (05)
NA: r = -.02 (ns)

Affect Balance not reported, but will be positive