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[Findings are presented indicating that measures of subjective well-being can be ordered along a dimension varying from evaluative judgments of life at one end to experienced affect at the other. A debate in recent decades has focused on whether increasing income raises the experience of...
[We present new measures of well-being to assess the following concepts: 1. Psychological Well-Being (PWB); 2. Positive Feelings, Negative Feelings, and the balance between the two (SPANE-P, N, B); and 3. Positive Thinking. The PWB scale is a short 8–item summary survey of the person’s...
[The studies in the present volume point to several facts that we have learned about defining and measuring well-being. First, we know with a degree of certainty that there are separable components of well-being, such as life judgments versus positive emotions, and we know some of the factors...
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