Overview of publications on Happiness
and
Subject Ua02.04 Thriving, actualizing

Additional keywords: self-actualization, growth, prosper

See also the Bibliography subjects:
 Ic03.02.02Self-actualization, with 12 publications.

See also studies with correlational findings on:
  Happiness and H13 HEALTH: MENTAL
  Happiness and H14 HEALTH: PHYSICAL

ReferenceAnand (2011)
Author(s)Anand, P.
TitleEditorial:The Measurement of Progress--Some Achievements and Challenges.
SourceJournal of the Royal Statistical Society, 2011, Vol. 174, 851 - 855
Year2011
WWW linkhttp://www.researchgate.net/profile/Paul_Anand/publication/230374959_Editorial_The_measurement_of_progresssome_achievements_and_challenges/links/5460e4420cf27487b4526477.pdf
ISSN0964 1998
Eligiblefor Findings archive: Not, no acceptable measure of happiness used.

ReferenceArneson (1999)
Author(s)Arneson, R. J.
TitleHuman Flourishing Versus Desire Satisfaction.
SourceSocial Philosphy and Policy, 1999, Vol. 16, 113 - 142
Year1999
WWW linkhttp://philosophyfaculty.ucsd.edu/faculty/rarneson/flour4.pdf
DOI linkDOI: 10.1017/S0265052505041105
ISSN0265 0525
ISSN_online1471 6437
Eligiblefor Findings archive: Not, no new data on happiness in time frame ‘presently’.

ReferenceHaybron (2015)
Author(s)Haybron, D.M.
TitleThe Nature and Significance of Happiness
SourceBook: The Oxford Handbook of Happiness, 2015, Chapter 23, 303 - 314
Year2015
WWW linkhttps://www.elgaronline.com/view/9781843768265.00016.xml
Eligiblefor Findings archive: Not, no acceptable measure of happiness used.

ReferenceHuta & Waterman (2014)
Author(s)Huta, V.; Waterman, A.S.
TitleEudaimonia and Its Distinction from Hedonia: Developing a Classification and Terminology for Understanding Conceptual and Operatonal Definitions.
SourceJournal of Happiness Studies, 2014, Vol. 15, 1425 - 1456
Year2014
DOI linkDOI:10.1007/s10902-013-9485-0
ISSN1389 4978
ISSN_online1573 7780
Eligiblefor Findings archive: Not, no acceptable measure of happiness used.

ReferenceKauppinen (2012)
Author(s)Kauppinen, A.
TitleMeaningfulness and Time.
SourcePhilosophy and Phenomenological Research, 2012, Vol.84 March 2012, 345-377.
Year2012
WWW linkhttps://philpapers.org/rec/KAUMAT
DOI linkDOI: 10.1111/j1933-1592.2010.00490.X
Eligiblefor Findings archive: Not, no new data on happiness in time frame ‘presently’.

ReferenceRaibley (2010)
Author(s)Raibley, J.
TitleWell-Being and the Priority of Values
SourceSocial Theory and Practice, 2010, Vol. 36, 593 - 620
Year2010
WWW linkhttps://www.pdcnet.org//pdc/bvdb.nsf/purchase?openform&fp=soctheorpract&id=soctheorpract_2010_0036_0004_0593_0620&onlyautologin=true
DOI linkDOI: 10.5840/soctheorpract201036432
Eligiblefor Findings archive: Not, no acceptable measure of happiness used.

ReferenceReginster (2004)
Author(s)Reginster, B.
TitleHappiness as Faustian Bargain.
SourceDaedalus, 2004, Vol. 133, 52 - 59
Year2004
ISSN0011 5266
ISSN_online1548 6192
Eligiblefor Findings archive: Not, no new data on happiness in time frame ‘presently’.

ReferenceRodogno (2014)
Author(s)Rodogno, R.
TitleHappiness and Well-Being: Shifting the Focus of the Current Debate.
SourceSouth African Journal of Philosophy, 2014, Vol. 33, 433 - 446
Year2014
DOI linkDOI: 10.1080/02580136.2014.968477
Eligiblefor Findings archive: Not, no new data on happiness in time frame ‘presently’.

ReferenceWoolfolk & Wasserman (2005)
Author(s)Woolfolk, R.L.; Wasserman, R.
TitleCount No One Happy: Eudaimonia and Positive Psychology.
SourceJournal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, 2005, Vol. 25, 81 - 90
Year2005
WWW linkhttp://psycnet.apa.org/doi/10.1037/h0091252
DOI linkdoi:org/10.1037/h0091252
Eligiblefor Findings archive: Not, no new data on happiness in time frame ‘presently’.

End of overview of publications on Happiness
and
Subject
Ua02.04 Thriving, actualizing

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