Journal of Happiness Studies
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#1Jongkwan Lee (Ewha Womans University)
#2Anthony Niu (University of Melbourne)
Last. Hee-Seung Yang (Yonsei University)H-Index: 12
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This study examines the relationship between language proficiency and subjective well-being among the first-generation immigrants in Australia. To address endogeneity-related concerns, we use the age at arrival and country of origin as an instrument for English proficiency. Our results show that greater proficiency in English significantly improves self-reported mental health and life satisfaction. These impacts are pronounced among subgroups of males, highly educated individuals, and older immi...
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Abundant research has found that volunteering is associated with better subjective well-being, and the benefits of volunteering vary by individual characteristics. However, most research is based on evaluative well-being that measures how people perceive their lives overall, rather than experiential well-being that measures how people feel at the moment. Using data from the American Time Use Survey Well-being Module, this study examines whether formal volunteering is associated with daily experi...
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#1Guillaume Tachon (Institut Catholique de Paris)
#2Aïcha Rouibah (UCBL: Claude Bernard University Lyon 1)
Last. Rébecca ShanklandH-Index: 10
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In the past two decades, gratitude has been shown to be closely related to mental health and well-being. However, there is no consensus about its definition, and self-gratitude was hastily dismissed. This research aimed to analyze how self-gratitude is considered by laypersons. We conducted three online studies to test the hypothesis according to which self-gratitude is prototypically organized. In Study 1, participants (N = 152) listed the features of self-gratitude: 55 categories emerged from ...
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#1Erdi Kulbaş (Colombian Ministry of National Education)
#2Nilüfer Özabacı (Yeditepe University)
The purpose of the current study is to examine the effects of the Positive Psychology-Based Online Group Counselling Program (PPBOGCP) on the psychological well-being, self-compassion and hope levels of the mothers having children with intellectual disabilities. The current study is a mixed-design research having quantitative and qualitative dimensions. The quantitative dimension of the study was designed in a quasi-experimental design based on the experimental, placebo and control group pre-tes...
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#1Marcus Klemm (University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt)
I study yearly changes in personal well-being combining data on current, retrospective and prospective life satisfaction from the German Socio-Economic Panel. Predicted and remembered changes in life satisfaction are both positive on average and match well, whereas the average year to year-change inferred from reports of current life satisfaction is negative. Retrospective assessments of past well-being are strongly influenced by current life satisfaction, significantly related to past life sati...
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#1Marcin Rzeszutek (University of Warsaw)H-Index: 11
#2Ewa Gruszczyńska (University of Social Sciences and Humanities)H-Index: 7
The aim of this study was to examine the heterogeneity of change of posttraumatic growth (PTG) among people living with HIV (PLWH) in a 1-year prospective study. The goal was also to identify sociodemographic and clinical covariates and differences in baseline coping strategies. Particularly, time since diagnosis and positive reframing coping were of special interest. The sample consisted of 115 people with medically confirmed diagnosis of HIV infection. The participants filled out paper-and-pen...
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#1Rosa Mª Baños (University of Valencia)H-Index: 19
#2Juan J. Garcés (University of Valencia)
Last. Emilio Soria-Olivas (University of Valencia)H-Index: 27
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Abstract COVID-19 pandemic-related confinement may be a fruitful opportunity to use individual resources to deal with it or experience psychological functioning changes. This study aimed to analyze the evolution of different psychological variables during the first coronavirus wave to identify the different psychological response clusters, as well as to keep a follow-up on the changes among these clusters. The sample included 459 Spanish residents (77.8% female, Mage = 35.21 years, SDage = 13.00...
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#1Filip Fors Connolly (Umeå University)H-Index: 4
#2Tommy Gärling (University of Gothenburg)H-Index: 83
Previous research has shown that the unemployed has lower life satisfaction than the employed but that their emotional well-being may not differ. The aim is to investigate the role of mediators with bearings on these differences between the employed and unemployed in emotional well-being compared to life satisfaction. Participants were 3,463 employed and 452 unemployed living in five Western countries. They answered questions in an online survey. The results showed that the employed had both hig...
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#1Jian-Bin Li (HKU: University of Hong Kong)H-Index: 15
#2Ying-Shuang Wang (SCNU: South China Normal University)H-Index: 1
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Entering tertiary education is a critical developmental task during emerging adulthood when exploration of life meaning becomes salient. A strong sense of meaning in life (MIL) plays a key role in smooth transition to college. However, little is known about how MIL develops in the first year of college, and even less is studied about the extent to which such development is a function of social relationships and predicts subsequent adjustment outcomes in college freshmen. This three-wave longitud...
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#1Hugo Briseño (UP: Panamerican University)H-Index: 2
#2Guillermo Estefani (UP: Panamerican University)
Last. Manuel Soto-Pérez (UP: Panamerican University)H-Index: 3
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The present research aims to provide evidence that the risks to which individuals are exposed when living in a given city are negatively associated with subjective well-being. The literature is systematically reviewed to highlight factors that affect both positively and negatively subjective well-being. It is noted that there are no studies that address how the risks of living in a city influence the happiness of its inhabitants. Several ordinary least squares models were carried out looking for...
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