Studies among selected public: Students

Number of studies339
Additional keywordsundergraduate, graduate, university
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ReferenceTitle of publicationPublic
Abbey et al. (1983): study US Chicago 1990
 
Handling the Stress of Looking for a Job in Law School: The Relationships between Intrinsic Motivation, Internal Attributions,Relations with Others and Happiness.
 
Law school students, Chicago, USA, 198?
 
Abdel-Khalek & Lester (2018): study EG 2012
 
Subjective Well-Being and Religiosity: Significant Associations among College Students from Egypt and the United Kingdom.
 
University students in Alexandria, Egypt 2012
 
Abdel-Khalek & Lester (2018): study GB 2012
 
Subjective Well-Being and Religiosity: Significant Associations among College Students from Egypt and the United Kingdom.
 
University students, Leicester, UK, 2012
 
Abdel-Khalek (2004): study KW 2002
 
Happiness among Kuwaiti College Students.
 
College students in Kuwait, 2002
 
Abdel-Khalek (2006a): study KW 2002 /1
 
Measuring Happiness by a Single Item Scale.
 
University undergraduates, Kuwait 2002
 
Abdel-Khalek (2010a): study KW 2004
 
Religiosity, Subjective Well-Being, and Neuroticism.
 
Students, Kuwait, 2004
 
Ahuvia & Wong (1995): study US 1994
 
Materialism: Origins and Implications for Personal Well-Being.
 
University students, Michigan, USA, 1994
 
Armsden & Greenberg (1987): study US 1986
 
The Inventory of Parent and Peer Attachment: Individual Differences and their Relationship to Psychological Well-Being in Adolescence.
 
Undergraduate students, USA, 1982
 
Bakalim & Karckay (2017): study US 2015
 
Effect of Group Counseling on Happiness, Life Satisfaction and Positive-Negative Affect: A Mixed Method Study.
 
Students, before and after a 6 week counseling course,, USA, 2015 - 2016
 
Baker (2011): study US 2008
 
It's Good to Be Gratefull: Gratitude Interventions at Work
 
Students employed for > 10 hours a week, , USA, 2008
 
Balatsky & Diener (1993): study RU 1990
 
Subjective Well-Being among Russian Students.
 
Students, Moscow and Glazov (Ural), Russia, 1990
 
Balatsky & Diener (1993): study RU 1990 /1
 
Subjective Well-Being among Russian Students.
 
Students, Russia, 1990
 
Baxter et al. (1917): study US 1915
 
Directed Recall of Pleasant and Unpleasant Experiences.
 
Female college students, USA, 191?
 
Bradbury (1967): study US 1966
 
A Study of Guilt and Anxiety as Related to Certain Psychological Variables.
 
University students, North Texas State, USA, 1966/67
 
Brkljacic et al. (2018): study HR 2013
 
Im Always Online: Well-Being and Main Sources of Life Dis/Satisfaction of Heavy Internet Users.
 
18-32 aged, students, Zagreb, Croatia, 201?
 
Brunstein (1993): study DE 1988
 
Personal Goals and Subjective Well-Being: A Longitudinal Study.
 
Students, Germany, 1988, followed 14 weeks
 
Brunstein et al. (1998): study DE 1993
 
Personal Goals and Emotional Well-Being: The Moderating Role of Motive Dispositions.
 
University students, Erlangen, Germany,199?
 
Cameron (1975): study US 1970
 
Mood as an Indicant of Happiness: Age, Sex, Social Class and Situational Differences.
 
College students, Detroit, USA, 197?
 
Cammock et al. (1994): study GB 1994
 
Personality Correlates of Scores on the Depression-Happiness Scale.
 
Students, UK, 1994
 
Caplovitz & Sherrow (1977): study US 1961
 
The Religious Drop-outs.
 
College seniors, USA, 1961
 
Cavalcanti et al. (2009): study ZZ 2005
 
Is Brazil the Land of Happiness? A comparative Study Using a Sample with conomics Students from UFPE and purdue.
 
University students, Brazil and United States, 2005-2006
 
Cha (2003): study KR 1998
 
Subjective Well-Being among College Students.
 
College students, Korea, 199?
 
Charness & Grosskopf (2001): study ES 1998
 
Relative Pay offs and Happiness: An Experimental Study.
 
University students, Barcelona, Spain, 1998
 
Cheng & Furnham (2003a): study GB London 2001
 
Personality, Self-Esteem, and Demographic Predictions of Happiness and Depression.
 
Students. London, UK, 2001
 
Clum & Clum (1973): study US 1971
 
Choice of Defense Mechanisms and Their Relationship to Mood Level
 
Undergrates, San Diego State College, USA, 197?
 
Conner & Reid (2012): study NZ 2010
 
Effects of Intensive Mobile Happiness Reporting in Daily Life
 
Psychology students participating in mood tracking experiment, New Zealand, 2010
 
Conner et al. (2015): study NZ Auckland 2013
 
On Carrots and Curiosity: Eating Fruit and Vegetables is associated with greater Flourishing in daily Life.
 
University students, New Zealand, 2013, followed 13 days
 
Constantinople (1965): study US 1965
 
Some Correlates of Happiness and Unhappiness in College Students.
 
College students, University of Rochester, USA, 196?
 
Constantinople (1970): study US 1965
 
Some Correlates of Average Level of Happiness among College Students.
 
Undergraduate college students, University of Rochester, USA, followed 12 month, 1965-68
 
Cooke et al. (2004): study GB 2000
 
Student Debt and its Relation to Student Mental Health
 
Students, United Kingdom, 2000-2002
 
Crandall & Kytonen (1980): study US 1975
 
Sex, Age, and Stress as Moderators for the Relation between Social Interest and Well-Being.
 
Students, USA, 197?
 
Crandall & Putman (1980): study US Idaho 1975 /1
 
Relations between Measures of Social Interest and Psychological Well-Being.
 
Undergraduate students, university, Idaho, USA,197?
 
Crandall & Putman (1980): study US Idaho 1975 /2
 
Relations between Measures of Social Interest and Psychological Well-Being.
 
Psycology students, USA, University of Idaho, 197?
 
Crandall & Reimanis (1976): study US 1971
 
Social Interest and Time Orientation, Childhood Memories, Adjustment and Crime.
 
18+ aged, students, USA, 197?
 
Critelli (1977): study US 1975
 
Romantic Attraction and Happiness.
 
Dating couples, midwest university, USA, 1975
 
Datu (2013): study PH 2008
 
Be Happy and Believe in your Capacity: Establishing Link between Subjective Well-being and Self-Efficacy among Filipino Adolescents.
 
Students, Metro Manila, Philippines, 201?
 
Davis (1929): study US 1925
 
Factors in the Sex Life of Twenty-Two Hundred Women.
 
Female college graduates, USA, 192?
 
Della Porta (2013): study ZZ 2007
 
Enhancing the Effects of Happiness-Boosting Activities: The Role of Autonomy Support in an Experimental Longitudinal Intervention.
 
Student participants in a kindness training, South Korea and USA 200?
 
Demir & Weitekamp (2007): study US 2007
 
I am So Happy Cause Today I Found My Friend: Friendship and Personality as Predictors of Happiness.
 
University students, USA, 2007
 
Demir et al. (2007): study US 2007
 
Looking to HappyTomorrows with Friends: Best and Close Friendships as They Predict Happiness.
 
18+ aged, university students, USA
 
Demir et al. (2012): study ZZ Various nation sets 2010
 
Friendship, Perceived Mattering and Happiness: A Study of American and Turkish College Students.
 
College students, Turkish and Southwestern American Universities, 2010
 
Derogatis & Rutigliano (1996): study US 1991
 
Derogatis Affects Balance Scale: DABS.
 
Students and mental patients, USA 199?
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study AT 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, Austria, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study BD 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, Bangladesh, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study BH 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, Bahrain, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study BR 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students,Brazil,1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study CA 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, Canada, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study CL 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, Chile, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study CM 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, Cameroon, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study CS 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, Yugoslavia, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study DE 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, Germany, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study EG 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, Egypt, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study ES 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, Spain, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study FI 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, Finland, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study GR 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, Greece, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study IL 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, Israel, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study IN 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, India, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study JO 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, Jordan, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study JP 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, Japan, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study KE 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, Kenya, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study KR 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, Korea, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study MX 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, Mexico, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study NL 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, Netherlands, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study NO 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, Norway, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study NZ 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, New Zealand,1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study PH 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, Philippines, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study PR 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, Puerto Rico, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study SG 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, Singapore, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study TH 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, Thailand, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study TR 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, Turkey, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study TZ 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, Tanzania, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study US 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, U.S.A, 1991
 
Diener & Diener (1995): study ZA 1991
 
Cross-Cultural Correlates of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem.
 
University students, South Africa, 1991
 
Diener & Seligman (2002): study US 1997
 
Very Happy People.
 
Undergraduate students, US, 199?
 
Diener (2001a): study AR 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Argentina, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study AT 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Austria, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study AU 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Australia, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study BH 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Bahrein, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study BR 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Brazil, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study CN 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, China, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study CO 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Colombia, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study DE West Germany 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Germany, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study DK 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Denmark, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study EE 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Estonia, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study EG 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Egypt, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study ES 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Spain, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study FI 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Finland, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study GH 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Ghana, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study GR 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Greece, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study GT 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Guatemala, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study HK 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Hong Kong, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study HU 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Hungary, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study ID 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Indonesia, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study IN 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, India, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study IT 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Italy, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study JP 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Japan, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study KR 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Korea,(South), 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study LT 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Lithuania, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study NG 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Nigeria, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study NL 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Netherlands, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study NO 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Norway, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study NP 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Nepal, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study PE 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Peru, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study PK 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Pakistan, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study PR 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Puerto Rico, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study PT 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Portugal, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study SG 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Singapore, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study SI 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Slovenia, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study TH 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Thailand, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study TR 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Turkey, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study TW 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Taiwan, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study TZ 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Tanzania, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study US 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, United States, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study ZA 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, South Africa, 1995
 
Diener (2001a): study ZW 1995
 
Happiness in International Study of Student Wellbeing
 
Students, Zimbabwe, 1995
 
Diener (2002): study AR 2001
 
Happiness in International College Student Data (ICSD)
 
Students, Argentina, 2001
 
Diener (2002): study AT 2001
 
Happiness in International College Student Data (ICSD)
 
Students, Austria, 2001
 
Diener (2002): study BR 2001
 
Happiness in International College Student Data (ICSD)
 
Students, Brazil, 2001
 
Diener (2002): study CN 2001
 
Happiness in International College Student Data (ICSD)
 
Students, China, 2001
 
Diener (2002): study CO 2001
 
Happiness in International College Student Data (ICSD)
 
Students, Colombia, 2001
 
Diener (2002): study DE 2001
 
Happiness in International College Student Data (ICSD)
 
Students, Germany, 2001
 
Diener (2002): study DK 2001
 
Happiness in International College Student Data (ICSD)
 
Students, Denmark, 2001
 
Diener (2002): study EE 2001
 
Happiness in International College Student Data (ICSD)
 
Students, Estonia, 2001
 
Diener (2002): study ES 2001
 
Happiness in International College Student Data (ICSD)
 
Students, Spain, 2001
 
Diener (2002): study FI 2001
 
Happiness in International College Student Data (ICSD)
 
Students, Finland, 2001
 
Diener (2002): study GR 2001
 
Happiness in International College Student Data (ICSD)
 
Students, Greece, 2001
 
Diener (2002): study GT 2001
 
Happiness in International College Student Data (ICSD)
 
Students, Guatemala, 2001
 
Diener (2002): study HK 2001
 
Happiness in International College Student Data (ICSD)
 
Students, Hong Kong, 2001
 
Diener (2002): study HU 2001
 
Happiness in International College Student Data (ICSD)
 
Students, Hungary, 2001
 
Diener (2002): study IN 2001
 
Happiness in International College Student Data (ICSD)
 
Students, India, 2001
 
Diener (2002): study IT 2001
 
Happiness in International College Student Data (ICSD)
 
Students, Italy, 2001
 
Diener (2002): study LT 2001
 
Happiness in International College Student Data (ICSD)
 
Students, Lithuania, 2001
 
Diener (2002): study NL 2001
 
Happiness in International College Student Data (ICSD)
 
Students, Netherlands, 2001
 
Diener (2002): study NO 2001
 
Happiness in International College Student Data (ICSD)
 
Students, Norway, 2001
 
Diener (2002): study PE 2001
 
Happiness in International College Student Data (ICSD)
 
Students, Peru, 2001
 
Diener (2002): study PR 2001
 
Happiness in International College Student Data (ICSD)
 
Students, Puerto Rico, 2001
 
Diener (2002): study PT 2001
 
Happiness in International College Student Data (ICSD)
 
Students, Portugal, 2001
 
Diener (2002): study SI 2001
 
Happiness in International College Student Data (ICSD)
 
Students, Slovenia, 2001
 
Diener (2002): study TH 2001
 
Happiness in International College Student Data (ICSD)
 
Students, Thailand, 2001
 
Diener et al. (1991): study US 1989
 
Happiness is the Frequency, not Intensity, of Positive versus Negative Affect.
 
Students , USA, 1989
 
Diener et al. (1991): study US 1989 /1
 
Happiness is the Frequency, not Intensity, of Positive versus Negative Affect.
 
Students, USA, 1989
 
Diener et al. (1991): study US 1989 /2
 
Happiness is the Frequency, not Intensity, of Positive versus Negative Affect.
 
Students, USA, 1989
 
Diener et al. (1993): study ZZ World samples 1984
 
The Relationship between Income and Subjective Well-Being: Relative or Absolute?
 
18+ aged students, 39 countries, 1984-1986
 
Diener et al. (1995a): study ZZ East-West pairs 1991
 
National Differences in Reported Subjective Well-Being: Why do They Occur?
 
College students, South Korea, Japan, USA, 1991
 
Diener et al. (1995b): study US Illinois 1990
 
Physical Attractiveness and Subjective Well-Being.
 
College students, USA, 199?
 
Diener et al. (1995b): study US Illinois 1990 /1
 
Physical Attractiveness and Subjective Well-Being.
 
University students, USA, 199?
 
Dogan & Sapmaz (2012): study TR Sakarya (Adapazar?) 2011
 
Examination of Psychometric Properties of The Turkish Version Form of The Oxford Happiness Questionnaire in University Students.
 
University Students, Sakarya University (Adapazar?), Turkey, 2010
 
Dogan et al. (2012): study TR 2012
 
Meaning in Life and Subjective Well-Being among Turkish University Students.
 
Students, Turkey, 2012
 
Dosset (2011): study US 2008
 
The Influence of the Character Strengths of Gratitude and Kindness on Subjective Well-Being
 
Psychology students participating in a training, USA
 
Du Plessis, G.A. & Guse (2017): study ZA 2012
 
Validation of the scale of positive and negative experience in a South African student sample
 
University students, South Africa, 201?
 
Dysinger (1937): study US 1935
 
A Study of Mood.
 
Students and staff members, university, USA, 193?
 
Dysinger (1938): study US 1936
 
The Fluctuations of Mood.
 
University students, psychology undergraduates, USA, 193?
 
Emmons & McCullough (2003): study US 1998
 
Counting Blessings versus Burdens: an Experimental Investigation of Gratitude and Subjective Well-Being in Daily Life.
 
Students, participating in a gratitude excercise, USA, 1998
 
Emmons & McCullough (2003): study US 1998 /1
 
Counting Blessings versus Burdens: an Experimental Investigation of Gratitude and Subjective Well-Being in Daily Life.
 
Students in a wellbeing course, USA, 1998
 
Estes (1973): study US 1971
 
Determinants of Differential Stress Levels among University Students.
 
University students, mental patients and controls, California, USA, 1971-72
 
Fabricatore et al. (2000): study US 1995
 
Personal Spirituality as a Moderator of the Relationship between Stressors and Subjective Well-Being.
 
Students, religious affiliated college, USA, 199?
 
Feingold (1983): study US 1978
 
Happiness, Unselfishness, and Popularity.
 
University students, USA, 197?
 
Fordyce (1972): study US 1971
 
Happiness, its Daily Variation and its Relation to Values.
 
University students, USA, 1971
 
Fordyce (1977): study US 1972
 
Development of a Program to Increase Personal Happiness.
 
Student participants in a happiness training, USA 197?
 
Fordyce (1983): study US 1980
 
A Program to Increase Happiness: Further Studies.
 
Student participants in a happiness training, USA 198?
 
Fordyce (1983): study US 1980 /1
 
A Program to Increase Happiness: Further Studies.
 
Student participants in a happiness training, USA 198?
 
Fordyce (1983): study US 1980 /2
 
A Program to Increase Happiness: Further Studies.
 
Student participants in a happiness training, USA 198?
 
Fordyce (1983): study US 1980 /3
 
A Program to Increase Happiness: Further Studies.
 
Student, participants in a happiness training 9-18 months ago, USA 198?
 
Gavian (2011): study US 2010
 
The Effects of Relaxation and Gratitude Interventions on Stress Outcomes
 
Student participants in a psychological training, USA, 2010
 
Goldwurm et al. (2003): study IT 2001
 
Improving Subjective Well-Being for the Promotion of Health: The Milan Project.
 
Participants in a happiness training, Italy, 2001
 
Goldwurm et al. (2006): study IT 2004
 
Subjective Well-Being Training to Increase Happiness.
 
Students participating in a happiness training, Italy, 200?
 
Gonzalez (1967): study US 1967
 
Study of Student Teachers' Life Adjustment.
 
Students teachers,University of California, USA, 1967
 
Goodhart (1985): study US 1983
 
Some Psychological Effects Associated with Positive and Negative Thinking about Stressful Event Outcomes: Was Pollyanna Right?
 
Students in stress, followed 8 weeks, Illinois, USA, 1983
 
Goodwin & Hernandez Plaza (2000): study ZZ Various nation sets 1999
 
Perceived and Received Social Support in Two Cultures: Collectivism and Support among British and Spanish Students.
 
University students, England and Spain, 1999
 
Gordon (1975): study US 1973
 
The Effects of Interpersonal and Economic Resources upon Values and the Quality of Life.
 
Undergraduate students, Temple University, Pennsylvania, USA, 1973
 
Gorman (1971): study US 1970
 
A Multivariate Study of the Relationship of Cognitive Control and Cognitive Style Principles to Reported Daily Mood Experiences.
 
Undergraduate students, Nassau Community College, USA, 1970
 
Grant et al. (2009a): study ZZ 1999
 
The relationship between life satisfaction and health behavior: a cross-cultural analysis of young adults
 
17-30 aged students, 21 countries, 2000
 
Greenhaus (1974): study US 1970
 
Career Salience as a Moderator of the Relationship between Satisfaction with Occupational Preference and with Life in General.
 
College students, East USA, 197?
 
Gump (1972): study US 1965
 
Sex-Role Attitudes and Psychological Well-Being.
 
Female students college seniors, followed two months, Rochester, USA,1965-66
 
Gurman (1972): study US 1970
 
Therapists' Mood Patterns and Therapeutic Facilitativeness.
 
Student psychotherapists, Columbia University, USA, 1970
 
Hanrahan (2005): study MX 2005
 
Using Psychological Skills Training from Sport Psychoogy to Enhance the Life Satisfaction of Adolescent Mexican Orphans.
 
15-20 aged, before and after training, Mexico, 2005
 
Heeren (1969): study US 1967
 
Entrepreneurial vs. Bureaucratic Fathers as Related to Family Structure, Happiness, and Two Measures of Independence.
 
Male undergraduates, University of Kansas, USA, 1967
 
Hurley & Kwon (2012): study US 2011
 
Results of a Study to Increase Savoring the Moment: Differential Impact on Positive and Negative Outcomes.
 
Student participants in a savouring exercise and controls, USA, 2011
 
Iisager (1948): study DK 1946
 
Factors Contributing to Happiness among Danish College Students.
 
Adult college students, Denmark, 1946-47
 
Johnson (1937): study US California 1935
 
Euphoric and Depressed Moods in Normal Subjects.
 
Female university students, members of a sorority, USA, 193?
 
Johnson (1940): study US 1940
 
The Social Meaning of Mood.
 
Female university students, members of a sorority, USA, 1940
 
Joseph et al. (1996): study GB 1995
 
Convergent Validity of the Depression - Happiness Scale with Measures of Depression.
 
18-48-aged students, Ulster, 1995
 
Joshanloo et al. (2014): study ZZ 2014
 
Cross-Cultural Validation of Fear of Happiness Scale Across 14 National Groups.
 
Students, 14 nations, 2014
 
Joshi (1964): study US California 1963
 
Personality Correlates of Happiness.
 
University students, California, United States, 1963
 
Kammann & Flett (1983a): study NZ 1980 /2
 
Sourcebook for Measuring Well-Being with Affectometer 2.
 
Students,University of Otago, New Zealand, 198?
 
Kasser & Ahuvia (2002): study SG 2000
 
Materialistic Values and Well-being in Business Students.
 
Business students, Singapore, 2000
 
Kilpatrick & Cantril (1960): study ZZ East-West pairs 1958 /1
 
Self-Anchoring Scaling: A Measure of Individuals' Unique Reality Worlds.
 
Students, USA and India, 1958
 
Krasnova et al. (2013): study DE Berlin 2007
 
Envy on Facebook: A Hidden Threat to Users’ Life Satisfaction?
 
18+ aged, students, Berlin, Germany 20?
 
Lam et al. (1998): study HK 1995
 
Tests of Scaling Assumptions and Construct Validity of the Chinese (HK) Version of the SF - 36 Health Survey.
 
14+aged patients and students, Hong Kong 1996
 
Lambert et al. (2009): study US Florida 2007
 
More Gratitude, Less Materialism: The Mediating Role of Life Satisfaction.
 
Undegraduate students, USA, 2007
 
Lambert et al. (2019): study AE 2015
 
A Positive Psychology Intervention Program in a Culturally-Diverse University: Boosting Happiness and Reducing Fear
 
Students participating in happiness training, United Arab Emerates, 2015-2016
 
Lambert et al. (2019a): study KW 2017
 
Wellbeing Matters in Kuwait: The Alnowair’s Bareec Education Initiative
 
Highschool students participating in a positive psychology training, Kuwait, 2017
 
Lambert et al. (2019a): study KW 2017 /1
 
Wellbeing Matters in Kuwait: The Alnowair’s Bareec Education Initiative
 
University students participating in a positive psychology training, Kuwait, 201?
 
Layous et al. (2018): study US 2014
 
Reframing the Ordinary: Imaging Time as Scarce Increases in Wellbeing
 
Students participating in happiness training, USA, 2014
 
Lee et al. (1999a): study ZZ East-West pairs 1997
 
What Makes You Happy?: A Comparison of Self-Reported Criteria of Happiness between Two Cultures.
 
Canadian and Korean university students. 1997
 
Lee et al. (2002): study US 1997
 
Developing a Subjective Measure of Consumers Well-Being.
 
18+ aged, students, USA, 199?
 
Lee et al. (2008): study US 2008
 
Social Connectedness, Extraversion, and Subjective Well-Being: Testing a Mediation Model.
 
College students and LGB, USA, 2008
 
Lee et al. (2011b): study KR 2006
 
Use of Social-Networking Sites and Subjective Well-Being: A Study in South Korea.
 
University students, South Korea, 2011
 
Lesani et al. (2016): study IR Tehran 2011
 
Eating Breakfast, Fruit and Vegetable intake and their Relation with Happiness in College Students.
 
Medical students, Teheran, Iran, 2011
 
Lewis & Joseph (1996a): study GB 1993
 
Convergent Validity of the Depression-Happiness Scale with Measures of Happiness and Satisfaction with Life.
 
Students, Northern Ireland, 1993
 
Lewis & Joseph (1997): study GB Northern Ireland 1993
 
The Depression-Happiness Scale: A Measure of a State or Trait? Test-Retest Data over Two Years.
 
Female university students, Northern Ireland, followed 2 years, 1993-1995
 
Lewis (2002): study GB 2000
 
Church Attendance and Happiness among Northern Irish Undergraduate Students: No Association.
 
University students of Ulster, Northern Ireland. 2000
 
Lewis et al. (1997): study GB 1995
 
Religiosity and Happiness: No Evidence for an Association among Undergraduates.
 
University students, Northern Ireland, 1995.
 
Lewis et al. (1997): study GB 1995 /1
 
Religiosity and Happiness: No Evidence for an Association among Undergraduates.
 
University students, Great Britan, 1995
 
Lewis et al. (1999a): study GB 1999
 
Preliminary Normative Data on the Depression Happiness Scale for a Mildly Depressed Group.
 
Students, Northern Ireland and England, 1999
 
Lichter et al. (1980): study NZ 1976
 
Increasing Happiness through Cognitive Retraining.
 
Psychology students, followed 2 weeks, University of Otago New Zealand, 1976
 
Lomranz & Lubin (1981): study IL 1976
 
A Hebrew Version of the Depression Adjective Check List.
 
18-40 aged college students Tell Aviv, Israel, 197?
 
Ludwig (1970): study US 1965
 
Intra- and Inter-Individual Relationships between Elation-Depression and Desire for Excitement.
 
University students, University of Wisconsin, USA, 196?
 
Lyubomirsky et al. (2006): study US 2006
 
The Costs and Benefits of Writing, Talking, and Thinking about Life's Triumphs and Defeats.
 
Student participants in a life review exercise and controls, California, USA, 2006
 
MacLeod et al. (2008): study GB London 2008
 
Increasing Well-being through Teaching Goal-Setting and Planning Skills: Results of a Brief Intervention.
 
Participants in a goal training and controls, London, United Kingdom, 2008
 
Maltby et al. (2005): study GB 2004
 
Forgiveness and Happiness. The Differing Contexts of Forgiveness using the Distinction between Hedonic and Eudaimonic Happiness.
 
Students, United Kingdom, 2005
 
Martinez-Marti et al. (2010): study ES Madrid 2010
 
The Effects of Counting Blessings on Subjective Well-Being: A Gratitude Intervention in a Spanish Sample.
 
Students, participants in a gratitude training, Madrid, Spain, 2010
 
Matlin & Gawron (1979): study US 1977
 
Individual Differences in Pollyannaism.
 
University students white, middle-class, State University of New-York, USA,197?
 
Matthews et al. (1990): study GB 1986
 
Refining the Measurement of Mood: The UWIST Mood Adjective Checklist.
 
Students and volunteers for a keyboard training program, UK, 1986-89
 
McMahan et al. (2014): study KR 2011
 
Lay Conceptions of Well-Being Among Undergraduate Students from the United States and South Korea: Culture-Level Differences and Correlates.
 
Students, undergraduated, South Korea, 2011
 
McMahan et al. (2014): study US 2012
 
Lay Conceptions of Well-Being Among Undergraduate Students from the United States and South Korea: Culture-Level Differences and Correlates.
 
students, undergraduated, USA, 2012
 
Mellor et al. (1999): study AU 1994
 
The Gold Standard for Life Satisfaction: Confirmation and Elaboration Using an Imaginary Scale and Qualitative Interview.
 
18-25 aged students, Australia, 1994
 
Michalos & Orlando (2006): study CA British Columbia 1998
 
A Note on Student Quality of Life.
 
University students Northern British Columbia, Canada, 1998 - 2005
 
Michalos (1985): study CA Guelph CMA 1985
 
Multiple Discrepancies Theory.
 
Students undergraduates University of Guelph, Canada, 1984
 
Michalos (1991): study AT 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Austria, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study BD 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Bangladesh, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study BE 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Belgium, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study BH 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Bahrein, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study BR 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Brazil, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study CA 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Canada, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study CH 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Switzerland, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study CL 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Chile , 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study CM 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Cameroon, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study CO 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Colombia, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study EG 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Egypt, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study ES 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Spain, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study FI 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Finland, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study GB 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, United Kingdom, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study GR 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Greece, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study HU 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Hungary, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study IL 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Israel, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study IN 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, India, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study JO 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Jordan, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study JP 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Japan, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study KE 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Kenya, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study KR 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Korea,(South), 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study MX 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Mexico, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study NL 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Netherlands, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study NO 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Norway, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study NZ 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, New Zealand, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study PH 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Philippines, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study PR 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Puerto Rico, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study PT 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Portugal, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study SE 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Sweden, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study SG 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Singapore, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study TH 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Thailand, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study TR 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Turkey, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study TW 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Taiwan, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study TZ 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Tanzania, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study US 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, United States, 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study XZ Germany West 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Germany-West (former), 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study XZ Yugoslavia 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, Yugoslavia (former'), 1985
 
Michalos (1991): study ZA 1985
 
Global Report on Student Well-Being Volume I: Life Satisfaction and Happiness.
 
Students, South Africa, 1985
 
Milfont & Gouveia (2009): study BR 2008
 
A Capital Sin: Dispositional Envy and its Relations to Wellbeing
 
17-40 aged, students, Brazil, 2008
 
Miller & Wilson (1968): study US 1966
 
Relation of Sexual Behaviors, Values, and Conflict to avowed Happiness and Personal Adjustment.
 
Students, undergraduates, Kent State University at Ashtabula, Ohio, USA., 1966-67
 
Minyard Frost & Frost (2000): study ZZ Various nation sets 1995
 
Romanian and American Life Aspirations in Relation to Psychological Well-Being.
 
21-22 aged, college students Romania and USA, 199?
 
Moradian (2017): study DE 2017
 
How does Higher Attention to Subjective Well-Being affect People's Awareness?
 
Student-participants in happiness training, Germany, 2017
 
Morgan et al. (1919): study US 1917
 
An Attempt to Test Moods or Temperaments of Cheerfulness and Depression by Directed Recall of Emotionally Toned Experiences.
 
Female students, college USA, 191?
 
Neal et al. (1999): study US 1995
 
The Role of Satisfaction with Leisure/Travel/Tourism Services and Experience in Satisfaction with Leisure Life and Overall Life.
 
Scientists , university, USA 1995
 
Nelson et al. (2014): study KR 2009
 
Beyond Self-Protection: Self-Affirmation Benefits Hedonic and Eudaimonic Well-Being.
 
Student participants in a self-affirmation training and controls, South Korea, 200?
 
Nelson et al. (2014): study US 2009
 
Beyond Self-Protection: Self-Affirmation Benefits Hedonic and Eudaimonic Well-Being.
 
Students participanting in a well-being training and controls, USA 200?
 
Neto & DaConceicao Pinto (2015a): study ZZ World samples 2013
 
A Cross-Cultural Investigation of Satisfaction with Sex Life Among Emerging Adults.
 
Students, aged 18-29, Angola, Brazil, Macao, and Portugal, 2013
 
Nickerson et al. (2003): study US 1976
 
Zeroing on the Dark Side of the American Dream: A Closer Look at the Negative Consequences of the Goal for Financial Success.
 
Students USA, followed 20 years 1976-1995-97
 
Oishi et al. (2007a): study US 2002
 
The Optimum Level of Well-Being. Can People Be Too Happy?
 
Students, University of Illinois, USA, 200?
 
Parks (2009): study US Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 2004
 
Positive Psychotherapy: Building a Model of empirically supported Self-Help.
 
Participants in a happiness training and controls, followed 1 year, Philadelphia, USA, 2004
 
Parks (2009): study US Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 2004 /1
 
Positive Psychotherapy: Building a Model of empirically supported Self-Help.
 
Participants in a happiness training, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, 2004
 
Parks (2009): study US Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 2007
 
Positive Psychotherapy: Building a Model of empirically supported Self-Help.
 
Student participants in a happiness training, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA, 2007-08
 
Passmore et al. (2018): study CA 2017
 
Positioning Implicit Theories of Well-Being Within a Positivity Framework
 
Aged 17-40, undergraduate university students, Canada, 2017
 
Pavot et al. (1997): study US 1992 /1
 
The Relationship between Self-Aspect Congruences Personality and Subjective Well-Being.
 
College students, USA, 199?
 
Perneger et al. (2004): study CH 1998
 
Health and Happines in Young Swiss Adults.
 
University students, Switzerland, 1998.
 
Pettay (2008a): study US 2006
 
Health Behaviors and Life Satisfaction in college Students.
 
University students, Illinois, USA, 2007
 
Pishkin & Thorne (1973): study US 1968
 
A Factorial Study of Existential State Reactions.
 
Deviants and normals, USA, 196?
 
Porter (1967): study US 1965
 
Sex-Role Concepts, Their Relationship to Psychological Well-Being and to Future Plans of Female College Seniors.
 
Female students college seniors, followed two months, Rochester, USA, 1965-66
 
Rae & Lonborg (2015): study US Washington 2014
 
Do Motivations for Using Facebook Moderate the Association between Facebook Use and Psychologica Wwell-Being?
 
18+ aged undergraduate students, Facebook users, Seattle, USA, 2014
 
Reig Ferrer et al. (2001): study ES 2000
 
La Calidad de Vida y el Estado de Salud de los estudiantes universitarios (Quality of life and health status of university students).
 
University students, Alicante, Spain 2000
 
Reig Ferrer et al. (2001): study ES Alicante, Comunidad Valenciana 2000
 
La Calidad de Vida y el Estado de Salud de los estudiantes universitarios (Quality of life and health status of university students).
 
University students, Alicante, Spain. 2000.
 
Ren (2009): study CN Shangdong 2007
 
A Research on the Subject Well-being of Regional College Students.
 
Students, Shangdong Region of China, 2007
 
Renshon (1974): study US Pennsylvania 1970
 
Psychological Needs and Political Behavior.
 
university undergraduates, Pennsylvania, USA, 1970
 
Rutledge (1990): study US Illinois 1981
 
Black Parent-Child Relations: Some Correlates.
 
Female black students, Illinois, United States of America, 1981
 
Sakawa et al. (2015): study JP Kinki 2006
 
Activity, Time, and Subjective Happiness: An Analysis Based on an Hourly Web Survey.
 
Students, Osaka, Japan, followed 14 months, 2006-2008
 
Schimmack et al. (2002a): study ZZ 1997
 
Culture, Personality, and Subjective Well-Being: Integrating Process Models of Life Satisfaction.
 
Students in Germany; Japan; Mexico, USA and Teachers in Ghana, 1997
 
Scollon et al. (2009): study US Texas 2009
 
The Role of Ideal Affect in the Experience and Memory of Emotions.
 
Students, Texas, USA, 2009
 
Senol-Durak & Durak (2010): study TR 2010
 
The Mediator Roles of Life Satisfaction and Self-Esteem between the Affective Components of Psychological Well-Being and the Cognitive Symptoms of Problematic Internet Use.
 
17-36 aged, students, Turkey, 2010
 
Sheldon & Elliot (1999): study US 1994
 
Goal Striving, Need Satisfaction, and Longitudinal Well-Being: The Self-Concordance Model.
 
18+ aged, students USA, followed 3 months,199?
 
Sheldon & Elliot (1999): study US 1994 /1
 
Goal Striving, Need Satisfaction, and Longitudinal Well-Being: The Self-Concordance Model.
 
18+ aged, students USA, followed 3 months,199?
 
Sheldon & Elliot (1999): study US 1994 /2
 
Goal Striving, Need Satisfaction, and Longitudinal Well-Being: The Self-Concordance Model.
 
18+ aged, students followed 3 months, USA, 199?
 
Sheldon & Hoon (2006): study ZZ East-West pairs 2001
 
The Multiple Determination of Well-Being: Independent Effects of Positive Traits, Needs, Goals, Selves, Social Support, and Cultural Contexts.
 
University students, USA and Singapore, 200?
 
Sheldon & Kasser (1998): study US 1998
 
Pursuing Personal Goals: Skills Enable Progress, but not all Progress is Benefical.
 
Students, USA, 1998
 
Sheldon & Lyubomirsky (2006a): study US 2001
 
Achieving Sustainable Gains in Happiness: Change Your Actions not Your Circumstances.
 
Psychology students, USA, followed 12 weeks, 200?
 
Sheldon & Lyubomirsky (2006a): study US 2001 /1
 
Achieving Sustainable Gains in Happiness: Change Your Actions not Your Circumstances.
 
Psychology students, USA, followed 12 weeks, 200?
 
Sheldon et al. (2002): study US 2000
 
Personal Goals and Psychological Growth: Testing an Intervention to Enhance Goal Lattainment and Personality Integration.
 
Psychology students participating in a growth training, USA, 200?
 
Sheldon et al. (2013): study US Missouri 2011
 
Variety is the Spice of Happiness: The Hedonic Adaptation Prevention Model.
 
Students actively participating in happiness training, USA, 201?
 
Shichman & Cooper (1984): study US 1979
 
Life Satisfaction and Sex-Role Concept.
 
Adults, students and churchmembers, USA, 197?
 
Smith et al. (1999): study US 1997
 
Dispositional Envy.
 
Undergraduate students, USA, 1999
 
Strack et al. (1985): study XZ Germany West 1983
 
Happiness and Reminiscing: The Role of Time Perspective, Affect, and Mode of Thinking.
 
University students, West Germany, 1983
 
Strack et al. (1985): study XZ Germany West 1983 /1
 
Happiness and Reminiscing: The Role of Time Perspective, Affect, and Mode of Thinking.
 
Students, West Germany, 1983
 
Suh (1994): study ZZ East-West pairs 1989
 
Psychocultural Factors of Subjective Well-Being.
 
College students, Korea, China, and USA, 198?
 
Suh et al. (1998): study ZZ World samples 1995
 
The Shifting Basis of Life Satisfaction Judgments across Cultures: Emotions versus Norms.
 
College students, 40 countries, 1995-1996
 
Symonds (1937): study US 1935
 
Happiness as related to problems and interest.
 
High school pupils and college students, USA, 193?
 
Tiggemann & Winefield (1984): study AU 1980
 
The Effects of Unemployment on the Mood, Self-Esteem, Locus of Control, and Depressive Affect of School-Leavers.
 
School leavers, Australia, 1980-81, followed 1 year
 
Tobacyk (1981): study US 1979
 
Personality Differentiation, Effectiveness of Personality Integration, and Mood in Female College Students.
 
Female undergraduate students, U.S.A., 198?
 
Tucker et al. (2006): study ZZ East-West pairs 1999
 
Testing for Measurement Invariance in the Satisfaction with Life Scale: A Comparison of Russians and North Americans.
 
Students and community members, US and Russia, 1999
 
VandeVliert & Janssen (2002): study ZZ 1986
 
''Better Than'' Performances Motives as Roots of Satisfaction across More and Less Developed Countries.
 
Students, 42 countries, 2002
 
VanDongen & De Graaf (2012): study NL 2012 /1
 
De Gelukkige Dokter (The happy doctor)
 
Medical doctors and students, The Netherlands, 2012
 
VanEe & VanDijk (2005): study ZZ Western nations 2004
 
The Influences on Happiness: A Research on Happiness among Students in Utrecht and St. Louis.
 
University students, USA and The Netherlands, 2004
 
Veenhoven & Ehrhardt (1995): study ZZ World samples 1985
 
The Cross-National Pattern of Happiness.Test of Predictions Implied in Three Theories of Happiness.
 
University students, 39 nations around 1985
 
Vitterso et al. (2002): study ZZ World samples 1995
 
The Concept of Life Satisfaction Across Cultures: Exploring its Diverse Meaning and Relation to Economic Wealth.
 
College students, 41 countries, 1995-96
 
Wagner et al. (1984): study XZ Germany West 1983
 
Das Leid des Einen ist das Glück des Anderen: Soziale Vergleiche und Selbstdarstellung bei der Beurteilung des eigenen Wohlbefindens. (Social Comparison and Selfpresentation in Judgments of Own Well-Being.)
 
Female university students, Mannheim Germany, 1983
 
Warner et al. (2017): study US New England 2013
 
Fruit and Vegetable Intake Predicts Positive Affect
 
Students, New England, United States of America, 2013
 
Washburn et al. (1925): study US 1923
 
Further experiments on directed recall as a test of cheerful and depressed temperaments.
 
Female students, cheerful and depressed, USA, 192?
 
Washburn et al. (1926): study US 1924
 
A comparison of directed and free recalls of pleasant and unpleasant experiences as test of cheerful and depressed temperaments.
 
Female students, cheerful and depressed, USA, 192?
 
Washburne (1941): study US 1939
 
Factors Related to Social Adjustment of College Girls.
 
Female college students, New York, USA, 194?
 
Watson (1930): study US 1928
 
Happiness Among Adult Students of Education.
 
Graduate students of education (teachers), Columbia University, USA, 192?
 
Webb (1915): study GB 1912
 
Character and Intelligence. An Attempt at an Exact Study of Character.
 
Male college students, England, 1912
 
Wessman & Ricks (1966): study US 1957
 
Mood and Personality.
 
Female college students, Radcliff USA, followed 6 weeks, 1957
 
Wessman & Ricks (1966): study US 1957 /1
 
Mood and Personality.
 
Male college students, followed 3 years, Harvard University, USA, 1957-60
 
Wessman (1973): study US 1957
 
Personality and the subjective experience of time.
 
Male college students, followed 3 years, Harvard University, USA, 1957-60
 
Wilson (1965): study US 1960
 
Relations of Sexual Behaviors, Values and Conflicts to Avowed Happiness.
 
College students, undergraduates, Hawaii, USA, 196?
 
Wright & Moore (1982): study US 1980
 
Correlates of reported drug abuse among college undergraduates.
 
University students, undergraduates, psychology course, S.W.-Texas State University, USA, 1980
 
Wu & Yao (2007): study TW 2002
 
Examining the Relationship between Global and Domain Measures of Quality of Life by Three Factor Structure Models.
 
University students, Taiwan, 200?
 
Wu et al. (2014): study TW 2009
 
On the Predictive Effect of Multidimensional Importance-Weighted Quality of Life Scores on Overall Subjective Well-Being.
 
Students, Taiwan, 200?
 
Yancey & Berglass (1991): study US Texas 1989
 
Love Styles and Life Satisfaction
 
Undergraduate students, Austin, Texas, USA
 
Yardley & Rice (1991): study US 1988
 
The Relationship between Mood and Subjective Well-Being.
 
University students, State University of New York at Buffalo, followed 10 weeks, 198?
 
Yoo et al. (2014): study KR 2011
 
Associations between Overuse of the Internet and Mental Health in Adolescents.
 
12-19 aged, middle and high-school students, South Korea, 2011
 
Young (1937): study US 1934
 
Is Cheerfulness-Depression a General Temperamental Trait?
 
College students, psychol. course, USA, 1934-35
 
Young (1937a): study US 1934
 
Laughing and Weeping, Cheerfulness and Depression: A Study of Moods among College Students.
 
College students, psychology course, USA, 1934-35
 
Young (1937a): study US 1934 /1
 
Laughing and Weeping, Cheerfulness and Depression: A Study of Moods among College Students.
 
College students, psychology course, USA, 1934-35
 
Young (1937a): study US 1934 /2
 
Laughing and Weeping, Cheerfulness and Depression: A Study of Moods among College Students.
 
College students, psychol. course,, USA, 1934-35
 
Zelenski & Larsen (2000): study US 1995
 
The Distribution of Basic Emotions in Every Day Life: A State and Trait Perspective from Experience Sampling Data.
 
University students, USA, followed 28 days, 199?
 
Zhang & Yang (2009): study CN 2009
 
Measuring Subjective Well-Being: A Comparison of China and the USA.
 
Univerities students, China, 2009
 
Zhang & Yang (2009): study US 2009
 
Measuring Subjective Well-Being: A Comparison of China and the USA.
 
Uniteristy students, USA, 2009
 
Zubieta et al. (2012): study AR Buenos Aires 2007
 
Bienestar Subjetivo y psicosocial: Explorando Diferencias de Género (Subjective and Psychosocial Well-Being: Exploring Gender Differences).
 
University students, Argentina, 200?
 
Zullig et al. (2006): study US 2003
 
The Association between Perceived Spirituality, Religiosity, and Life Satisfaction: The Mediating Role of Self-Rated Health.
 
18+aged, university students, USA, 2003
 
Zullig et al. (2009): study US 2003
 
Demographic Correlates of Domain-Based Life Satisfaction Reports of College Students.
 
18+ aged, university students, USA, 2003