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Happiness Measures

Characteristics

Code:
A-?-u-sq-v-5-a
Focus:
Affect: Item not reported (A-?)
Time frame:
time unspecified (u)
Mode:
1 question (sq)
Scale Type:
verbal scale (v)
Scale Range:
5

Description

Clinical rating by six staff psychologists who had studied the subjects intensively.

Subjects were ranked for "Happiness"

List of Studies Using this Measure

Study Population N Statistics Helliwell et al. (2015): study AE 2013 15+ aged general population, United Arab Emirates, 2013 N = 1000
Pew Research Center (2002): study AR 2002 18+ aged, general public, Argentina, 2002 N = 814
Pew Research Center (2007): study SE 2007 18+ aged, general public, Sweden, 2007 N = 1000
Burger & Veenhoven (2016): study BO 2010 15+ aged, general public, Bolivia, 2010 N = 1000
Burger & Veenhoven (2016): study EG 2011 15+ aged, general public, Egypt, 2011 N = 5296
Mean
= 20.000
Dogan et al. (2012): study TR 2012 Students, Turkey, 2012 N = 232
Mean
= 27.770
SD
= 6.990
Easterlin (2014a): study DE East Germany 1990 /1 18+ aged, general public, East Germany, 1990-2004 N = 200000
Gallup World View (2012): study BG 2011 15+ aged, general public, Bulgaria, 2011 N = 1000
Emmons & McCullough (2003): study US 2003 Medical patients in Gratitude exercise, USA 2003. N = 65
Lolle & Veenhoven (2019): study DK 2007 Adults, age range not reported, general public, Denmark, 2007 N = 1330
Helliwell et al. (2019a): study AL 2017 /1 15+ aged general public, Albania, 2017 N = 1000
Tominaga (1972): study JP Tokyo 1970 Adults, general public, City of Tokyo, Japan 197? N = 10468
Tsurumi & Managi (2015): study JP Kanto 2012 18+ aged, general public, Kanto, Japan, 2012 N = 2158
Eurobarometer (2017a): study BE 2017 15+ aged, general public, Belgium, 2017 N = 1025