### Correlational finding on Happiness and Moment of the interviewSubject code: I06aa01

 Study Sakawa et al. (2015): study JP Kinki 2006 Title Activity, Time, and Subjective Happiness: An Analysis Based on an Hourly Web Survey. Source The Institute of Social and Economic Research, Osaka University, Discussion Paper, 2015, No. 926, 1- 38 URL http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2564415 Public Students, Osaka, Japan, followed 14 months, 2006-2008 Sample Non-probability sample (unspecified) Non-Response 13% Respondents N = 70

 Correlate Author's label Hour of the day Page in Source 11,24-27,29 Our classification Moment of the interview, code I06aa01 Operationalization ```Every hour of the day (from 1:00 to 24:00) respondents were asked how happy they felt right now, . ```

 Observed Relation with Happiness HappinessMeasure Statistics Elaboration/Remarks A-ARE-m-sqr-n-11-b OLRC=+/- ```Average happiness falls during the night, reaching lowest value at 7:00 pm. It then rises up to 10:00 pm. After staying at a constant level until 16:00, it goes up until 23:00. ``` Set Image size:

Appendix 1: Happiness measures used
 Code Full Text A-ARE-m-sqr-n-11-b selfreport on repeated questionHow happy do you feel now?10 very happy9876543210 very unhappy

Appendix 2: Statistics used
 Symbol Explanation OLRC ORDERED LOGIT REGRESSION COEFFICIENTStatistic: Ordered logit regression coefficientMeasurement level: Correlate: metric, Happiness: ordered responsesTheoretical range: unlimitedOLRC > 0 A one unit increase in the independent variable corresponds to a higher probability of responding in the highest category of the dependent variable and to a lower probability of responding in the lowest category of the dependent variable.OLRC< 0 A one unit increase in the independent variable corresponds to a lower probability of responding in the highest category of the dependent variable and to a higher probability of responding in the lowest category of the dependent variable.OLRC = 0 No relationship between the independent and dependent variable..Remarks:The interpretation for the intermediate categories of the dependent variable are ambiguous. It is advised to use marginal effects.
Source:
Ruut Veenhoven, World Database of Happiness, Collection of Correlational Findings, Erasmus University Rotterdam.
https://worlddatabaseofhappiness.eur.nl