Happiness as Correlate of Sustainable Behavior : A Study of Pro-Ecological , Frugal , Equitable and Altruistic Actions That Promote Subjective Wellbeing

@inproceedings{CorralVerdugo2012HappinessAC,
  title={Happiness as Correlate of Sustainable Behavior : A Study of Pro-Ecological , Frugal , Equitable and Altruistic Actions That Promote Subjective Wellbeing},
  author={V{\'i}ctor Corral-Verdugo},
  year={2012}
}
Sustainable behavior (SB) generally encompasses a series of actions intended at protecting both the physical and the social environments. SB may be indicated by pro-ecological, frugal, altruistic, and equitable conducts and one of the aims of environmental psychology is to investigate the psychological consequences of such actions. Previous studies had reported that the practice of pro-ecological and altruistic behaviors might result in enhanced levels of happiness; people living in more… CONTINUE READING

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