The analysis and measurement of happiness as a sense of well-being

@article{Kammann1984TheAA,
  title={The analysis and measurement of happiness as a sense of well-being},
  author={R. Kammann and M. Farry and P. Herbison},
  journal={Social Indicators Research},
  year={1984},
  volume={15},
  pages={91-115}
}
  • R. Kammann, M. Farry, P. Herbison
  • Published 1984
  • Psychology
  • Social Indicators Research
  • General happiness is philosophically construed as a sense of well-being which in turn has been defined either as a complete and lasting satisfaction with life-as-a-whole or as a preponderance of positive over negative feelings. A factor analysis of thirteen well-being scales shows that these two definitions coalesce into a single general well-being factor which is distinguishable only from an independent stress/worries factor. Further evidence shows that familiar scales of neuroticism… CONTINUE READING
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