The affective profiles in the USA: happiness, depression, life satisfaction, and happiness-increasing strategies

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Background. The affective profiles model categorizes individuals as self-fulfilling (high positive affect, low negative affect), high affective (high positive affect, high negative affect), low affective (low positive affect, low negative affect), and self-destructive (low positive affect, high negative affect). The model has been used extensively among… (More)
DOI: 10.7717/peerj.156

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@inproceedings{Schtz2013TheAP, title={The affective profiles in the USA: happiness, depression, life satisfaction, and happiness-increasing strategies}, author={Erica Sch{\"u}tz and Uta Sailer and Ali Al Nima and Patricia Rosenberg and Ann-Christine Andersson Arnt{\'e}n and Trevor Archer and Danilo Garcia}, booktitle={PeerJ}, year={2013} }