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Stability of happiness [electronic resource] : theories and evidence on whether happiness can change

Stability of happiness [electronic resource] : theories and evidence on whether happiness can change

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Sheldon, Kennon M. Lucas, Richard E.
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Stability of happiness [electronic resource] : theories and evidence on whether happiness can change / edited by Kennon M. Sheldon, Richard E. Lucas.
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London :   Academic Press,   2014.  
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1 online resource (xvi, 317 p.) : ill.
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1306947367 (ebk) 9781306947367 (ebk)
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1. Is It Possible to Become a Permanently Happier Person? / Richard E. Lucas -- References -- 2. Well-Being: Heritable and Changeable / Joar Vitters -- Introduction -- Can Happiness Change? -- Heritability -- Twin Research and Biometrie Modeling -- Findings: Univariate Studies -- Findings: Bi- and Multivariate Studies -- Findings: Stability and Change -- Gene-Environment Interplay -- What Heritability Is (Not) About -- Caveats and Criticism -- Toward an Integrated Model of Genes, Environment, and Change -- Genes, Set Points, and Change -- Positive Gene-Environment Interplay -- Conclusions -- References -- 3. Symptoms of Wellness: Happiness and Eudaimonia from a Self-Determination Perspective / Richard M. Ryan -- The Stability of Happiness -- Variability Amidst Stability -- The Significance of Happiness -- Self-Determination Theory -- The Self-Determination Theory Approach to Happiness and Wellness -- SDT and the Eudaimonic Tradition.
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504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references and index.
505 0 ▼a 1. Is It Possible to Become a Permanently Happier Person? / Richard E. Lucas -- References -- 2. Well-Being: Heritable and Changeable / Joar Vitters -- Introduction -- Can Happiness Change? -- Heritability -- Twin Research and Biometrie Modeling -- Findings: Univariate Studies -- Findings: Bi- and Multivariate Studies -- Findings: Stability and Change -- Gene-Environment Interplay -- What Heritability Is (Not) About -- Caveats and Criticism -- Toward an Integrated Model of Genes, Environment, and Change -- Genes, Set Points, and Change -- Positive Gene-Environment Interplay -- Conclusions -- References -- 3. Symptoms of Wellness: Happiness and Eudaimonia from a Self-Determination Perspective / Richard M. Ryan -- The Stability of Happiness -- Variability Amidst Stability -- The Significance of Happiness -- Self-Determination Theory -- The Self-Determination Theory Approach to Happiness and Wellness -- SDT and the Eudaimonic Tradition.
505 8 ▼a Emotions and Wellness in SDT -- Motivational Considerations -- Awareness and Autonomous Regulation: The Role of Mindfulness -- Goals and Aspirations -- Social and Environmental Factors -- Conclusions -- References -- 4. Is Lasting Change Possible? Lessons from the Hedonic Adaptation Prevention Model / Kennon M. Sheldon -- Hedonic Adaptation -- What Is Hedonic Adaptation? -- What Is Not Hedonic Adaptation? -- Evidence Supporting Hedonic Adaptation -- Adaptation to Negative Events -- Adaptation to Positive Events -- Hedonic Adaptation Prevention Model -- Mediators of the Hedonic Adaptation Process -- Moderators of the Hedonic Adaptation Process -- Hedonic Adaptation to Negative Life Changes -- Future Directions and Questions -- Conclusion -- References -- 5. Can Happiness Change? Theories and Evidence / Robert A. Cummins -- Introduction -- Problems of Nomenclature -- The Personality Connection -- Set Points for Mood Happiness.
505 8 ▼a Subjective Well-Being Homeostasis -- Returning Overly High SWB to Set Point -- Returning Low SWB. to Set Point -- Challenges to Set Point Theory -- One Set Point or Many? -- Joy, Misery, and Myth of Changing Set Points -- Individual Differences in Adaptation -- Can Levels of Happiness Change? -- Return to Set Point After a Strong Positive Event Is Inevitable -- Return to Set Point Following a Strong Negative Event Is not Inevitable -- Any Demonstration of SWB Change Is Baseline-Dependent -- Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 6. National Panel Studies Show Substantial Minorities Recording Long-Term Change in Life Satisfaction: Implications for Set Point Theory / Gert C. Wagner -- A Crucial Definitional Issue: How to Define the Set Point? -- Operational Definitions -- The German (GSOEP), British (BHPS), and Australian (HILDA) Household Panel Surveys -- Measures -- The Dependent/Outcome Variable: Life Satisfaction -- Explanatory Variables.
505 8 ▼a Personality Traits of Self and Partner -- Life Priorities, Goals, or Values -- Behavioral Choices: Partner Personality Traits, Social Participation, the Work -- Leisure Trade-Off, Regular Exercise, and Churchgoing -- Choice of Partner -- Especially His/Her Personality Traits -- Active Social and Community Participation -- The Work -- Leisure Trade-off: Preferred and Actual Working Hours -- Regular Exercise -- Churchgoing -- Analysis of Change Based on Moving 5-Year or 3-Year Averages of Life Satisfaction -- Results -- Set Point Theory: Is Life Satisfaction Really Stable? -- Possible Concerns and Sensitivity Analysis -- Explaining Medium- and Long-Term Change in Life Satisfaction: Life Priorities and Behavioral Choices -- Life Priorities, Values, or Goals -- Behavioral Choices -- Choice of Partner -- Work -- Leisure Balance -- Active Social Participation and Volunteering -- Regular Exercise -- Churchgoing.
505 8 ▼a Do Some People's Personality Traits Predispose Them to Gains or Losses of Life Satisfaction? -- Conclusions -- Appendix 6.1 -- Correlations of Life Satisfaction1984 -- 1988 with Life Satisfaction in Later 5-Year Periods -- References -- 7. Does Happiness Change? Evidence from Longitudinal Studies / Richard E. Lucas -- Understanding Change Through Stability Coefficients -- Alternatives to Two-Wave Designs -- Linking Change to the Experience of Life Events -- Results from Recent Longitudinal Studies -- New Innovations in Research on Life Events -- Conclusions -- References -- 8. Increasing Happiness by Well-Being Therapy / Giovanni A. Fava -- Introduction -- The Concepts of Happiness and Well-Being in Clinical Psychology -- Increasing Happiness by Targeted Interventions: Is "Happier Always Better"? -- The Structure of Well-Being Therapy -- Initial Sessions -- Intermediate Sessions -- Final Sessions -- Well-Being Therapy: Clinical Considerations.
505 8 ▼a WBT: Validation Studies -- Residual Phase of Affective Disorders -- Prevention of Recurrent Depression -- Loss of Clinical Effect During Drug Treatment -- Treatment of Generalized Anxiety Disorder -- Post-traumatic Stress Disorder -- Cyclothymic Disorder -- Are Psychotherapy-Induced Modifications in Well-Being Enduring? -- Conclusions -- References -- 9. Long-Term Change of Happiness in Nations: Two Times More Rise Than Decline Since the 1970s / Ruut Veenhoven -- Introduction -- Pursuit of Greater Happiness -- Claim That Greater Happiness Is Not Attainable -- Earlier Research -- Research Questions -- Happiness -- Data -- World Database of Happiness -- Collection Happiness in Nations -- Method -- Change in All 199 Series -- Significance 18 Dense Series -- Results: More Advance Than Decline in All Series -- Ratio of Rise and Decline -- Average Change Coefficients -- Similar Across Time Spans -- Significant in Most of the Dense Series -- Discussion.
505 8 ▼a Why the Belief in Stable Happiness in Nations -- Related Trends in Living Conditions -- Related Trends in Human Flourishing -- Conclusion -- Appendix 9.1 Example of a Presentation of Findings on Average Happiness in Nations -- Appendix 9.2 Data Matrix -- References -- 10. Set Point Theory and Public Policy / Malgorzata Switek -- Point-of-Time Evidence: 21 European Countries, 2007 -- Data and Methods -- Results -- Time Series Evidence: China Since 1990 -- Discussion -- Acknowledgments -- Appendix 10.1 -- References -- 11. Economic Approaches to Understanding Change in Happiness / Alois Stutzer -- Introduction -- Hedonic Adaptation -- Empirical Approaches in Economics -- Examples for Evidence from Longitudinal Studies -- Theoretical Explanations -- A Life Course Perspective on SWB -- A Conceptual Framework -- First Evidence -- (External) Conditions Affecting Subjective Well-Being -- The Empirical Challenge of Causal Relationships.
505 8 ▼a Economic Condition I Income -- Economic Condition II (Un)employment -- Social Factors -- Political Factors -- Public Goods and Public Bads -- Conclusions -- References -- 12. Personality Traits as Potential Moderators of Well-Being / Robin K. Young -- Personality Change as Support for Well-Being Change: The Cases of Extraversion and Neuroticism -- Revisiting the "Happy Personality": Linking Traits and Subjective Well-Being -- Personality as a Predictor of Well-Being Trajectories -- Extraversion and Neuroticism -- Conscientiousness -- Openness to Experience -- Specific Traits as Potential Moderators -- Conclusions and Final Thoughts -- References -- 13. Statistical Models for Analyzing Stability and Change in Happiness / Tanja Kutscher -- Direct Versus Indirect Assessment -- Individual Change Versus Mean Change -- Overview -- Psychometric Models for Analyzing Variability and Change -- Basic Model: Latent State Model -- Latent Change Model.
505 8 ▼a Latent Autoregressive Model -- Latent State-Trait Model -- Latent State-Trait Autoregressive Model -- Latent State-Trait Change Models -- Latent State-Trait Change Models: Continuous Trait Change -- Latent State-Trait Change Models: Discontinuous Trait Change -- Latent State-Trait Change Models: Continuous and Discontinuous Trait Change -- 1st Mixture Models -- Choice of a Model -- Application of the Models in Long-Term Panel Studies -- Predicting and Explaining Change -- Application -- Results -- Models with Life Events -- Discussion -- References -- 14. Stable Happiness Dies in Middle-Age: A Guide to Future Research / Ed Diener -- Future Directions -- Conclusions -- References.
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1. Is It Possible to Become a Permanently Happier Person? / Richard E. Lucas
References
2. Well-Being: Heritable and Changeable / Joar Vittersø
Introduction
Can Happiness Change?
Heritability
Twin Research and Biometrie Modeling
Findings: Univariate Studies
Findings: Bi- and Multivariate Studies
Findings: Stability and Change
Gene-Environment Interplay
What Heritability Is (Not) About
Caveats and Criticism
Toward an Integrated Model of Genes, Environment, and Change
Genes, Set Points, and Change
Positive Gene-Environment Interplay
Conclusions
References
3. Symptoms of Wellness: Happiness and Eudaimonia from a Self-Determination Perspective / Richard M. Ryan
The Stability of Happiness
Variability Amidst Stability
The Significance of Happiness
Self-Determination Theory
The Self-Determination Theory Approach to Happiness and Wellness
SDT and the Eudaimonic Tradition.
Emotions and Wellness in SDT
Motivational Considerations
Awareness and Autonomous Regulation: The Role of Mindfulness
Goals and Aspirations
Social and Environmental Factors
Conclusions
References
4. Is Lasting Change Possible? Lessons from the Hedonic Adaptation Prevention Model / Kennon M. Sheldon
Hedonic Adaptation
What Is Hedonic Adaptation?
What Is Not Hedonic Adaptation?
Evidence Supporting Hedonic Adaptation
Adaptation to Negative Events
Adaptation to Positive Events
Hedonic Adaptation Prevention Model
Mediators of the Hedonic Adaptation Process
Moderators of the Hedonic Adaptation Process
Hedonic Adaptation to Negative Life Changes
Future Directions and Questions
Conclusion
References
5. Can Happiness Change? Theories and Evidence / Robert A. Cummins
Introduction
Problems of Nomenclature
The Personality Connection
Set Points for Mood Happiness.
Subjective Well-Being Homeostasis
Returning Overly High SWB to Set Point
Returning Low SWB. to Set Point
Challenges to Set Point Theory
One Set Point or Many?
Joy, Misery, and Myth of Changing Set Points
Individual Differences in Adaptation
Can Levels of Happiness Change?
Return to Set Point After a Strong Positive Event Is Inevitable
Return to Set Point Following a Strong Negative Event Is not Inevitable
Any Demonstration of SWB Change Is Baseline-Dependent
Conclusions
Acknowledgments
References
6. National Panel Studies Show Substantial Minorities Recording Long-Term Change in Life Satisfaction: Implications for Set Point Theory / Gert C. Wagner
A Crucial Definitional Issue: How to Define the Set Point?
Operational Definitions
The German (GSOEP), British (BHPS), and Australian (HILDA) Household Panel Surveys
Measures
The Dependent/Outcome Variable: Life Satisfaction
Explanatory Variables.
Personality Traits of Self and Partner
Life Priorities, Goals, or Values
Behavioral Choices: Partner Personality Traits, Social Participation, the Work
Leisure Trade-Off, Regular Exercise, and Churchgoing
Choice of Partner
Especially His/Her Personality Traits
Active Social and Community Participation
The Work
Leisure Trade-off: Preferred and Actual Working Hours
Regular Exercise
Churchgoing
Analysis of Change Based on Moving 5-Year or 3-Year Averages of Life Satisfaction
Results
Set Point Theory: Is Life Satisfaction Really Stable?
Possible Concerns and Sensitivity Analysis
Explaining Medium- and Long-Term Change in Life Satisfaction: Life Priorities and Behavioral Choices
Life Priorities, Values, or Goals
Behavioral Choices
Choice of Partner
Work
Leisure Balance
Active Social Participation and Volunteering
Regular Exercise
Churchgoing.
Do Some People''s Personality Traits Predispose Them to Gains or Losses of Life Satisfaction?
Conclusions
Appendix 6.1
Correlations of Life Satisfaction1984
1988 with Life Satisfaction in Later 5-Year Periods
References
7. Does Happiness Change? Evidence from Longitudinal Studies / Richard E. Lucas
Understanding Change Through Stability Coefficients
Alternatives to Two-Wave Designs
Linking Change to the Experience of Life Events
Results from Recent Longitudinal Studies
New Innovations in Research on Life Events
Conclusions
References
8. Increasing Happiness by Well-Being Therapy / Giovanni A. Fava
Introduction
The Concepts of Happiness and Well-Being in Clinical Psychology
Increasing Happiness by Targeted Interventions: Is "Happier Always Better"?
The Structure of Well-Being Therapy
Initial Sessions
Intermediate Sessions
Final Sessions
Well-Being Therapy: Clinical Considerations.
WBT: Validation Studies
Residual Phase of Affective Disorders
Prevention of Recurrent Depression
Loss of Clinical Effect During Drug Treatment
Treatment of Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
Cyclothymic Disorder
Are Psychotherapy-Induced Modifications in Well-Being Enduring?
Conclusions
References
9. Long-Term Change of Happiness in Nations: Two Times More Rise Than Decline Since the 1970s / Ruut Veenhoven
Introduction
Pursuit of Greater Happiness
Claim That Greater Happiness Is Not Attainable
Earlier Research
Research Questions
Happiness
Data
World Database of Happiness
Collection Happiness in Nations
Method
Change in All 199 Series
Significance 18 Dense Series
Results: More Advance Than Decline in All Series
Ratio of Rise and Decline
Average Change Coefficients
Similar Across Time Spans
Significant in Most of the Dense Series
Discussion.
Why the Belief in Stable Happiness in Nations
Related Trends in Living Conditions
Related Trends in Human Flourishing
Conclusion
Appendix 9.1 Example of a Presentation of Findings on Average Happiness in Nations
Appendix 9.2 Data Matrix
References
10. Set Point Theory and Public Policy / Malgorzata Switek
Point-of-Time Evidence: 21 European Countries, 2007
Data and Methods
Results
Time Series Evidence: China Since 1990
Discussion
Acknowledgments
Appendix 10.1
References
11. Economic Approaches to Understanding Change in Happiness / Alois Stutzer
Introduction
Hedonic Adaptation
Empirical Approaches in Economics
Examples for Evidence from Longitudinal Studies
Theoretical Explanations
A Life Course Perspective on SWB
A Conceptual Framework
First Evidence
(External) Conditions Affecting Subjective Well-Being
The Empirical Challenge of Causal Relationships.
Economic Condition I Income
Economic Condition II (Un)employment
Social Factors
Political Factors
Public Goods and Public Bads
Conclusions
References
12. Personality Traits as Potential Moderators of Well-Being / Robin K. Young
Personality Change as Support for Well-Being Change: The Cases of Extraversion and Neuroticism
Revisiting the "Happy Personality": Linking Traits and Subjective Well-Being
Personality as a Predictor of Well-Being Trajectories
Extraversion and Neuroticism
Conscientiousness
Openness to Experience
Specific Traits as Potential Moderators
Conclusions and Final Thoughts
References
13. Statistical Models for Analyzing Stability and Change in Happiness / Tanja Kutscher
Direct Versus Indirect Assessment
Individual Change Versus Mean Change
Overview
Psychometric Models for Analyzing Variability and Change
Basic Model: Latent State Model
Latent Change Model.
Latent Autoregressive Model
Latent State-Trait Model
Latent State-Trait Autoregressive Model
Latent State-Trait Change Models
Latent State-Trait Change Models: Continuous Trait Change
Latent State-Trait Change Models: Discontinuous Trait Change
Latent State-Trait Change Models: Continuous and Discontinuous Trait Change
1st Mixture Models
Choice of a Model
Application of the Models in Long-Term Panel Studies
Predicting and Explaining Change
Application
Results
Models with Life Events
Discussion
References
14. Stable Happiness Dies in Middle-Age: A Guide to Future Research / Ed Diener
Future Directions
Conclusions
References.

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