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Correlational subjects

Correlational subject: Feeling energetic (vs lethargic, tired)

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MOOD Current typical moods Feeling energetic (vs lethargic, tired)
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List of Findings on this Subject

Correlate as named by investigator People investigated Finding Satisfaction with role Married females, USA, 196? Energy (vs fatigue) Married females, USA, 196? Energy vs fatigue Undergraduate students, Nassau Community College, USA, 1970 Energy vs fatigue Male college students, followed 3 years, Harvard University, USA, 1957-60 Energy vs fatigue Female college students, Radcliff USA, followed 6 weeks, 1957 Energy vs fatigue College students, University of Rochester, USA, 196? Having sufficient energy to do things one wants Employed males, supervising jobs, England, 197? Felt energetic 18+ aged, general public, Dunedin, New Zealand, 198? Inertia 20+ aged, general public, Puerto Rico, 1963-1964 family, work and leisure time 18-88 aged, general public, Denmark, 1993 Vitality 14+aged patients and students, Hong Kong 1996 Exhaustion Dual-earning parents of young children, the Netherlands, 2000 Feeling active Teenagers, USA, 199? Strenght/Vitality Secundary school pupils, Netherlands, 199? Energetic arousal Students and volunteers for a keyboard training program, UK, 1986-89 Tense arousal Students and volunteers for a keyboard training program, UK, 1986-89 General arousal (tense & energetic) Students and volunteers for a keyboard training program, UK, 1986-89 Vitality 55-95 aged, Northern Interior Health Region, British Columbia, Canada, 1999 Feeling optimistic and energetic 15+ aged, general public, 9 European countries, 2005 Vitality Heads of households, Dayton , USA, 1972-1979 Energy Students, Taiwan, 200? Vitality 50+ aged, general public, Europe, 2006,2007 Vitality 17-40 aged, students, Brazil, 2008 satisfaction with energy 18+ aged, general public, Washington, U.S.A., 2010 satisfaction with energy 18+ aged, general public, Oregon, U.S.A., 2010