The Universality of Subjective Wellbeing Indicators

A Multi-disciplinary and Multi-national Perspective

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ISBN: 978-94-010-3960-4 (Print) 978-94-010-0271-4 (Online)

Table of contents (10 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-v

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    Pages 1-3

    Biographical Summaries of Contributors to this Volume

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    Pages 5-6

    Editorial

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    Pages 7-46

    A Model of Subjective Well-Being Homeostasis: The Role of Personality

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    Pages 47-62

    Subjective Quality of Life: The Affective Dimension

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    Pages 63-80

    Theoretical Bases for the Measurement of Quality of Life

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    Pages 81-103

    The Concept of Life Satisfaction Across Cultures: Exploring Its Diverse Meaning and Relation to Economic Wealth

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    Pages 105-128

    Quality of Life in Residential Care

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    Pages 129-149

    The Universality of Quality of Life: An Empirical Approach Using the Whoqol

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    Pages 151-173

    Predicting Quality of Work Life: From Work Conditions to Self-Regulation

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    Pages 175-189

    Substitution, Buffers and Subjective Well-Being: A Hierarchical Approach