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  1. The Ministry of Utmost Happiness
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  3. This Is What Happy Looks Like by Jennifer E. Smith
  4. Easy as (Happiness) Pie? A Critical Evaluation of a Popular Model of the Determinants of Well-Being

Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. Sheldon, K. Revisiting the Sustainable Happiness Model and pie chart: Can happiness be successfully pursued? The Journal of Positive Psychology.

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Layous, K. The proximal experience of gratitude. Nelson, S. The proximal experience of awe. The association between extraversion and well-being is limited to one facet. Journal of Personality. Chancellor, J. Everyday prosociality in the workplace: The benefits of giving, getting, and glimpsing. Emotion, 18, Fritz, M. Whither happiness? When, how, and why might positive activities undermine well-being. Baumeister Eds. New York: Psychology Press. Walsh, L. Does happiness promote career success?

Revisiting the evidence. Gratitude facilitates healthy eating behavior in adolescents and young adults. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 81, Parenthood is associated with greater well-being for fathers than mothers. Journal of Personality Assessment, 6 , Shin, L. Gratitude in collectivist and individualist cultures.

Good for self or good for others? Ko, K.

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Comparing the effects of performing and recalling acts of kindness. Yetton, B. Cognitive and physiological measures in well-being science: Limitations and lessons.

Frontiers in Psychology, The pains and pleasures of parenting: When, why, and how is parenthood associated with more or less well-being? Psychological Bulletin, , The road to happiness is paved with a little gold, a lot of reporters, many emails, thousands of frequent flyer miles, and hours of writing.

Perspectives on Psychological Science, 14, Thinking about rumination: The scholarly contributions and intellectual legacy of Susan Nolen-Hoeksema. Kruse, E. An upward spiral between gratitude and humility.


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Social Psychological and Personality Science, 5, Revord, J. Positive activity interventions to enhance well-being: Looking through a social psychological lens. Maddux Ed. New York: Routledge. The how, why, what, when, and who of happiness: Mechanisms underlying the success of positive interventions. Moscowitz Eds. New York: Oxford University Press.

Cognitive outlooks and well-being. Diener, S. Tay Eds. Noba Scholar Handbook Series: Subjective wellbeing. Sonja Lyubomirsky [autobiography]. In Zeigler-Hill, V. New York: Springer. Do unto others or treat yourself? Emotion, 16, Haworth, C. Stability and change in genetic and environmental influences on well-being in response to an intervention. Twenge, J. More happiness for young people, and less for mature adults: Time period differences in subjective well-being in the U. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 7, Ruberton, P. State humility: Measurement, conceptual validation, and intrapersonal processes.

Boehm, J. The promise of fostering greater happiness. Lopez, Edwards, L. Russians inhibit the expression of happiness to strangers: Testing a display rule model. What triggers prosocial effort?

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A positive feedback loop between positive activities, kindness, and well-being. Clustering by well-being in workplace social networks: Homophily and social contagion. Emotion, 17, The propagation of everyday prosociality in the workplace. The Journal of Positive Psychology, 13, Reframing the ordinary: Imagining time as scarce increases well-being.

Taylor, C. Upregulating the positive affect system in anxiety and depression: Outcomes of a positive activity intervention. In defense of parenthood: Children are associated with more joy than misery. Psychological Science, 24, Parents are slightly happier than nonparents, but causality still cannot be inferred: A reply to Bhargava, Kassam, and Loewenstein. Psychological Science, 25, How do simple positive activities increase well-being? Current Directions in Psychological Science, 22, Beyond self-protection: Self-affirmation benefits hedonic and eudaimonic well-being.

Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 40, Kindness counts: Prompting prosocial behavior in preadolescents boosts peer acceptance and well-being.

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The relationship between physician humility, physician-patient communication, and patient health. Patient Education and Counseling, 99 7 , Armenta, C. Functions of positive emotions: Gratitude as a motivator of self-improvement and positive change. Staying happier. Eid Eds. Increasing well-being in independent and interdependent cultures. Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.

Easy as (Happiness) Pie? A Critical Evaluation of a Popular Model of the Determinants of Well-Being

Parks, A. Pursuing happiness in everyday life: The characteristics and behaviors of online happiness seekers. Emotion, 12, Positive activities as protective factors against mental health conditions. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, , Recalling positive events at work makes employees feel happier, move more, but interact less: A 6-week randomized controlled intervention at a Japanese workplace.

Journal of Happiness Studies, 16, The Journal of Positive Psychology, 10, Holding on to happiness. Positive psychologists on positive constructs. American Psychologist, 67, Nolen-Hoeksema, S. Rethinking rumination. The challenge of staying happier: Testing the Happiness Adaptation Prevention model.