Study guide with articlesummaries for Science of Happiness at the University of Utrecht

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Summaries per article with Science of Happiness

  • Summaries with 28 prescribed articles for Science of Happiness 2023/2024

Table of content

  • Revising the adaptation theory of well-being
  • Strengths and weaknesses of self-report measures of subjective well-being
  • Is the study of happiness a worthy scientific pursuit?
  • Non-traditional measures of subjective well-being and their validity
  • Concepts and components of well-being
  • What are the possibility, desirability, and justifiability of happiness?
  • Three revolutions in the global history of happiness
  • What is well-being?
  • What is eudaimonia?
  • The relationship between cognitive outlooks and well-being
  • Affective forecasting and impact bias explained
  • Factors that might influence high happiness
  • The dark side of happiness
  • Increasing happiness
  • The Sustainable Happiness Model (SHM)
  • Using Positive Psychological Interventions (PPIs) to increase subjective well-being
  • Impact of the size and scope of government on human well-being
  • Well-being in metrics and policy
  • Subjective well-being and national satisfaction
  • Can and should happiness be a policy goal?
  • Including subjective well-being measures in government policies
  • The relationship between materialism and well-being
  • Affect and emotions as drivers of climate change perception and action
  • How pro-environmental behavior can both thwart and foster well-being
  • The relationship between social bonds and well-being
  • The relationship between social capital, prosocial behavior, and subjective well-being
  • Marriage, parenthood and well-being
  • The relationship between close relationships and health

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Articlesummary with Beyond the hedonic treadmill: Revising the adaptation theory of well-being by Diener et al.
Articlesummary with Reevaluating the strengths and weaknesses of self-report measures of subjective well-being by Lucas
Articlesummary with Is the study of happiness a worthy scientific pursuit? by Norrish & Vella-Brodrick
Articlesummary with Non-traditional measures of subjective well-being and their validity: A review by Scollon
Articlesummary with Well-being concepts and components by Tov
Articlesummary with Scientific answers to the timeless philosophical question of happiness by Kesebir
Articlesummary with From the Paleolithic to the present: Three revolutions in the global history of happiness by McMahon
Articlesummary with Well-being in Normative ethics by Kagan
Articlesummary with Eudaimonia in the contemporary science of subjective well-being by Heintzelman
Articlesummary with Cognitive outlooks and well-being by Margolis & Lyubomirsky
Articlesummary with Affective forecasting: Knowing what to want by Wilson & Gilbert
Articlesummary with Very happy people by Diener & Seligman
Articlesummary with A dark side of happiness? How, when, and why happiness is not always good by Gruber et al.
Articlesummary with Malleability and intentional activities by Layous
Articlesummary with Revisiting the sustainably happiness model and pie chart: Can happiness be successfully pursued? by Sheldon & Lyumbomirsky
Articlesummary with Cultivating subjective well-being through positive psychological interventions by Stone & Parks
Articlesummary with Assessing the impact of the size and scope of government on human well-being by Flavin et al.
Articlesummary with Well-being in metrics and policy by Graham et al.
Articlesummary with Subjective well-being and national satisfaction: Findings from a worldwide survey by Morrison et al.
Articlesummary with Can and should happiness be a policy goal? Policy insights from the behavioral and brain sciences by Oishi & Diener
Articlesummary with Accounts of psychological and emotional well-being for policy purposes by Sim & Diener
Articlesummary with Materialism and living well by Kasser
Articlesummary with Affect and emotions as drivers of climate change perception and action: A review by Brosch
Articlesummary with Explaining the paradox: How pro-environmental behavior can both thwart and foster well-being by Venhoeven et al.
Articlesummary with Heathy social bonds: A necessary condition for well-being by Gable & Bromberg
Articlesummary with Social capital and prosocial behavior as sources of well-being by Helliwell et al.
Articlesummary with Married... with children: The science of well-being in marriage and family life by Nelson-Coffey
Articlesummary with Interpersonal mechanisms linking close relationships to health by Pietromonaco & Collins
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Studiegids met artikelsamenvattingen voor Keuzevakken Sociale Wetenschappen aan de Universiteit Utrecht

Studiegids met artikelsamenvattingen voor Keuzevakken Sociale Wetenschappen aan de Universiteit Utrecht

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