Joseph Veroff
University of Michigan
Gender studiesPsychiatryFeelingMental healthDevelopmental psychologyDistressSociologySocioeconomic statusPsychologyNeed for achievementInterpersonal communicationWork (electrical)Cognitive psychologyPersonalityNarrativePerceptionSavoringWell-beingLongitudinal studyHappinessNewlywedMeaning (existential)Marital relationsMarital satisfactionWhite (horse)Social psychology
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Confirmatory factor analyses were used to map dimensions of subjective mental health underlying 25 indexes of well-being and distress assessed in a 1976 national representative survey of adults. Partially confirming hypotheses, six dominant factors (Unhappiness, Lack of Gratification, Strain, Feelings of Vulnerability, Lack of Self-Confidence, and Uncertainty) emergedfor both men and women. Comparative analyses revealed that the six-factor model derived for men fit the data of both sexes, equall...
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The possibility that survey research methods, particu- larly those used in longitudinal studies, can effect enduring changes in attitudes or behavior among respondents was explored using data from a 4-year study of black and white newlyweds. Randomly selected couples in first marriages were assigned to either a relatively large study group or a smaller control group, with the former receiving more frequent and more intense inter- viewing over the study period. Some evidence is found that par- ti...
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Contents: Preface. Concepts of Savoring: An Introduction. Critical Issues for a Psychology of Savoring. Toward a Model for Savoring. Types of Savoring: Some Empirical Inroads. Types of Savoring: An Integrative Conceptual View. Savoring and Time Orientation. Savoring and Human Concerns. Enhancing Savoring. Epilogue. Appendices: Self-Report Items Assessing Perceived Control Over Positive and Negative Events and Perceived Control Over Positive and Negative Feelings in Response to Events. The Savori...
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