Assessing Well-Being The Collected Works of Ed Diener /
The Collected Works of Ed Diener, in 3 volumes, present the major works of the leading research scientist studying happiness and well-being. Professor Diener has studied subjective well-being, people’s life satisfaction and positive emotions, for over a quarter of a century, and has published 200 wo...
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- – Measuring Well-Being: Collected Theory and Review Works
- Temporal Stability and Cross-Situational Consistency of Affective, Behavioral, and Cognitive Responses
- Assessing Subjective Well-Being: Progress and Opportunities
- The Evolving Concept of Subjective Well-Being: The Multifaceted Nature of Happiness
- Review of the Satisfaction With Life Scale
- Subjective Well-Being: The Convergence and Stability of Self-Report and Non-Self-Report Measures
- Measuring Positive Emotions
- Experience Sampling: Promises and Pitfalls, Strength and Weaknesses
- Life-Satisfaction Is a Momentary Judgment and a Stable Personality Characteristic: The Use of Chronically Accessible and Stable Sources
- Happiness is the Frequency, Not the Intensity, of Positive Versus Negative Affect
- Income’s Differential Influence on Judgments of Life Versus AffectiveWell-Being
- New Measures of Well-Being
- Conclusion: Future Directions in Measuring Well-Being.