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Correlational subjects

Correlational subject: Actual changes in happiness

Classification path:
HAPPINESS: CAREER Actual happiness-career (assessed in follow-up) Actual changes in happiness
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List of Findings on this Subject

Correlate as named by investigator People investigated Finding age 46+ aged whites, followed 2 years, USA, 1968-1972/74 change in life satisfaction Handicapped referred for vocational rehabilitation,followed 2 years, Umea, Sweden, 1984-1986 Change over time Black Americans, USA, followed from 1980 to 1992 Vacation Working adults, USA, before and after vacation, 198?, Counseling program Breast cancer patients and partners, USA, 2000. Change in quality of life Female mental patients, Berlin, followed 6 month,199? Past happiness. 60+ aged, employed at start, followed 2 years, USA, 1952-54 Mental health Mental patients and controls, followed 2 years, UK 1994-2001 added life satisfaction before and after marriage First married, followed 7 years, Germany, 1984-2004 Cheerfulness over time 20-90 aged, general public, Nord-Trondelag, Norway followed 1 year, 1985-1996 Life satisfaction at T1 Home buyers and controls, Baltimore, USA, followed 18 months 1992-93 Earlier quality of life Medical Patients, Michigan, United States, followed 1 year, 199? Change in Life Satisfaction 79 + aged men, Canada, followed 5 years, 200-2005 9 day vipassana meditation retreat Participants in a 9 day meditation retreat and controls, Netherlands, 2009 Psycho-therapy 40-50 aged, female therapy clients, followed 4 weeks, USA 196? Change in mental health consultations 18-65 aged, differing in mental health, followed 2 years, UK, 1999-2001 Intensive Case Management Severe mental patients, London UK, followed 18 month, 1997-98 Consultation: mental health Catholic nuns, re-organized cloister, followed 4 years, Louisiana, USA, 1977-1981 How patients change Psychiatric patients, before and after hospitalization, USA, 199? Residential treatment 11-14 aged in residential treatment followed 4 months, USA, 1996 Effect of Fluoxetine Participants in single blind drug experiment. Israel,1995 Responsiveness to further treatment Remitted mental outpatients, before and after additional therapy, Italy,199? Life Happiness Couples, followed family therapy, USA, 1985-86 training program for enhancing goalsetting techniques Managers participating in a personality development course, Germany, 2000 Laughter Yoga Participation Participants in a laughter Yoga Class and a control group , Australia 200? Beliefs about self Adults, trainees and controls, followed 10 weeks, Dunedin, New Zealand, 1978 meditation course Meditation trainees and controls, Oman, 2001 Pulmonary rehabilitation program COPD patients, before and after 20 week rehabilitation programme, Netherlands, 2001-2002 Health self-management course Poor health participants in a course of mind-body therapies, Sweden, 2000-2001 Happiness following diet Obese persons, treated with meal substitutes, The Netherlands, 2000 Life review proces program Homebound elderly participating in life review program, USA, 198? Mental health 18-65 aged, differing in mental health, followed 2 years, UK, 1999-2001 Training in care for elderly 50-79 aged, females, trainees and controls, USA, 1970 Character strengths-based intervention Adolescents, participants in a strengt training and controls, UK, 2009 Psychological strength and problem solving training Participants in a strength training and controls, Australia, 2009 self-affirmation training Students participanting in a well-being training and controls, USA 200? Course on happiness and positive mental health Adults, trainees and controls, followed 10 weeks, Dunedin, New Zealand, 1978 Impact of programme on caregivers Family caregivers followed before and after stress coping programme, Canada, Quebec, 2006 Three weeks daily program, improving psychological skills 15-20 aged, before and after training, Mexico, 2005 Program to increase personal happiness Student, participants in a happiness training 9-18 months ago, USA 198? Use of Happiness-Comparer Returning users of a happiness self-help website, Netherlands, 2011-2015 Activity change or circumstance change intervention Students actively participating in happiness training, USA, 201? Gratitude Intervention for older adults Elderly participants in a gratitude training,UK 2014 Recalling positive events in the past week Student participants in a savouring exercise and controls, USA, 2011 Self-help Positive Goal-focused intervention Depressed adults, United Kingdom, 200? Well-being training Student participants in a self-affirmation training and controls, South Korea, 200? Goal-training intervention Psychology students participating in a growth training, USA, 200? Positive Psychology Intervention School children, aged 9 and 11, Wales, United Kingdom, 2016 Wellness program 10-12 aged, participants in wellness program, USA, followed 6 months, 2008 Happiness induction Psychology students, followed 2 weeks, University of Otago New Zealand, 1976 Time Scarcety Intervention Students participating in happiness training, USA, 2014 Gratitude writing intervention Students, participants in a gratitude training, Madrid, Spain, 2010 Gratitude intervention program School teachers participating in happiness training, Hong Kong, 2007 Gratitude increasing intervention 12-17 aged participants in a gratitude exercise and controls, USA 2006 Counting blessings, hassles, and social comparison. Students, participating in a gratitude excercise, USA, 1998 Group Counseling Intervention Students, before and after a 6 week counseling course,, USA, 2015 - 2016 Gratitude inducing exercises vs recalling events Participants in a 4-week psychological training, Canada, 2011 Talking, writing, thinking about negative events Student participants in a life review exercise and controls, California, USA, 2006 Positive reminiscence exercise Student participants in a positive reminisence training, USA, 2005 Frequent use of mood-tracker Users of a mood-tracking website,followed 3 months or more, USA, 2010 Best Possible Self Intervention Young adults participating in a happiness training, Spain, 201? Positive Psychology Intervention program Students participating in happiness training, United Arab Emerates, 2015-2016 Change in affect before-after course Users of a 6 week online psychoeducation course, 35 nations, 201? Happiness training Participants happiness training and controls, , 2012, followed 12 weeks, Germany Happiness lessons Students of a happiness course and controls, Netherlands 2009 Well-being training program Employee well-being trainees and controls, Melbourne, Australia, 200? Happiness increasing activity Users of on-line self-help program, USA, 200? Positive psychotherapy training, study 3 Student participants in a happiness training, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, 2007-08 Subjective well-being training Students participating in a happiness training, Italy, 200? Positive psychotherapy training Participants in a happiness training and controls, followed 1 year, Philadelphia, USA, 2004 Positive psychotherapy training, study 2. Participants in a happiness training, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, 2004 Efffect of happiness training Participants in a happiness training, Italy, 2001 Program to increase personal happiness Student participants in a happiness training, USA 198? Program to increase personal happiness Student participants in a happiness training, USA 198? Program to increase personal happiness Student participants in a happiness training, USA 197? Mindfulness training and pre-test, post-test and follow-up SWB Participants in a mindfulness meditation course, USA, 200? Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Distressed adults, the Netherlands, 2005 Sacred moments intervention Healthy adults, USA, 200? Program to increase personal happiness Student participants in a happiness training, USA 198? Change in life satisfaction 16+ aged, United Kingdom, 1996-2000, 2002-2006