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Correlational findings

Study Bonikowska et al. (2013): study CA 2003 /1

Public:
15+ aged, general public, Canada, 2003-2011
Survey name:
CN-GSS 2003-2011
Sample:
Respondents:
N = 20000
Non Response:
34%
Assessment:
Interview: telephone (CATI)

Correlate

Authors's label
Self-reported health
Our Classification
Operationalization
0 Poor
1 Fair
2 Good
4 Very good (reference)
5 Excellent

Observed Relation with Happiness

Happiness Measure Statistics Elaboration / Remarks O-SLW-c-sq-n-10-j b = - Poor health (vs. very good)

       b       p<
2003  -2.53   .001
2005  -2.22   .001
2006  -2.51   .001
2008  -2.31   .001
2009  -1.87   .001
2010  -2.35   .001
2011  -1.75   .001
O-SLW-c-sq-n-10-j b = - Fair health (vs. very good)

       b      p<
2003  -1.25  .001
2005  -1.09  .001
2006  -1.26  .001
2008  -1.18  .001
2009  -1.05  .001
2010  -1.04  .001
2011  -1.01  .001
O-SLW-c-sq-n-10-j b = - Good health (vs. very good)

       b      p<
2003  -.50   .001
2005  -.48   .001
2006  -.47   .001
2008  -.54   .001
2009  -.42   .001
2010  -.46   .001
2011  -.49   .001
O-SLW-c-sq-n-10-j b = + Excellent health (vs. very good)

       b      p<
2003  +.44   .001
2005  +.46   .001
2006  +.47   .001
2008  +.44   .001
2009  +.45   .001
2010  +.38   .001
2011  +.38   .001

b's controlled for:
- sex
- age
- marital status
- education
- immigrant
- employment status
- household income
- household size
- homeownership
- urban area/rural
- geographical region