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Religion and Subjective Well-Being in Adulthood: A Quantitative Synthesis
What is the strength and direction of the relation between religion and subjective well-being in adulthood? We addressed this question by performing a quantitative research synthesis (meta-analysis).… Expand
Health and Subjective Well-Being: A Meta-Analyis
- M. Okun, W. A. Stock, M. J. Haring, R. A. Witter
- Psychology, Medicine
- International journal of aging & human…
- 1 September 1984
A meta-analysis was conducted of the health/subjective well-being relationship, based upon studies of United States adults published prior to 1980. Dependent variables were zero-order and first-order… Expand
The Social Activity/Subjective Well-Being Relation
Meta-analytic techniques were used to synthesize findings on the social activity/subjective well-being relation. We chose zero-order and first order associations as our dependent variables and… Expand
Education and Subjective Well-Being: A Meta-Analysis
What is the relation between formal educational attainment and adults' subjective well-being? What factors account for variation in the estimates of this relation? Does education contribute to adult… Expand
INFLUENCE OF ASCRIBED AND ACHIEVED SOCIAL STATUSES, VALUES, AND REWARDS ON JOB SATISFACTION AMONG COMMUNITY COLLEGE FACULTY
Research on job satisfaction among community college faculty has been largely atheoretical. The present study examined the contribution of four sets of factors to explaining faculty job satisfactio...
Race and Subjective Well-Being in Adulthood: A Black-White Research Synthesis.
Meta-analytic techniques were used to synthesize findings on black-white differences in subjective well-being among noninstitutionalized adults. The dependent variable was zero-order estimates of the