Journal of Happiness Studies
An Interdisciplinary Forum on Subjective Well-Being
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The peer-reviewed Journal of Happiness Studies is devoted to scientific understanding of subjective well-being. Coverage includes both cognitive evaluations of life such as life-satisfaction, and affective enjoyment of life, such as mood level. In addition to contributions on appraisal of life-as-a-whole, the journal accepts papers on such life domains as job-satisfaction, and such life-aspects as the perceived meaning of life.
The Journal of Happiness Studies provides a forum for two main traditions in happiness research: 1) speculative reflection on the good life, and 2) empirical investigation of subjective well-being. Contributions span a broad range of disciplines: alpha-sciences, philosophy in particular; beta-sciences, especially health related quality-of-life research; and gamma-sciences, including not only psychology and sociology but also economics.
The journal addresses the conceptualization, measurement, prevalence, explanation, evaluation, imagination and study of happiness.
Happiness Studies and the Problem of Interpersonal Comparisons of Satisfaction: Two Histories, Three Approaches
Shiri Cohen Kaminitz (December 2016)
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- Journal of Happiness Studies
- Volume 1 / 2000 - Volume 17 / 2016
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- Springer Netherlands
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