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Correlational subjects

Correlational subject: Long term happiness (< 10 years ago)

Classification path:
HAPPINESS: CAREER Actual happiness-career (assessed in follow-up) Actual level of earlier/later happiness Long term happiness (< 10 years ago)

List of Findings on this Subject

Correlate as named by investigator People investigated Finding Happiness at age 30 Mothers of preschool-aged-children, Berkeley USA, 1928-68 Earlier cheerfulness Highschool pupils, followed from age 11 to 35, USA, 1936-1957 Cheerful vs Glum Highschool pupils, followed from age 11 to 32, USA, 1936-51 Happiness at age 12 - 18 Children followed from age 0 to 18, Berkeley, California, USA, 1929-47 General sense of well-being 50+ aged males, fulltime employed at T1, followed ten years, Iowa, USA, 1964-74 Cheerfulness Mothers, followed from age 30 to 70, Berkeley, USA, 1930-70 Earlier happiness Mothers, followed from age 30 to 70, Berkeley, USA, 1930-70 Cheerful vs glum High school pupils, followed into adulthood, California USA, 1934-53 Personal morale_A Senior high-school pupils, followed into adulthood, USA, 1938-53 Personal morale_B Senior high-school pupils, followed into adulthood, USA, 1938-53 Earlier happiness People in transition followed 11 years, metropolis, USA, 1969-1980 timespan in years Various panels, followed 1 to 40 years, 1940-1990 Got older Young adults, followed from age 18 to 30, The Netherlands, 1987-1999 Age Couples, USA, followed 12 years, 1980-1992 Cheerfulness over time 20-90 aged, general public, Nord-Trondelag, Norway followed 1 year, 1985-1996 stability of happiness Couples, followed 21 years, West-Germany 1984-2004 life satisfaction 20-90 aged, general public, Nord-Trondelag, Norway followed 1 year, 1985-1996 stabillity of life satisfaction over time 18+ aged general public West-Germany, followed 10 years, 1984-1994 Future happiness People in transition, followed 4 years, metropolis, USA, 1969-1980 Past contentment 17-97 aged males, visitors of the Gerontology Research Centre, followed ± 10 years Baltimore, USA. 1958-70 Emotional tone in babyhood (age 0-3) Girls, followed from age 0 to 18, Berkely, California, USA, 1929-47