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A person’s level of self-esteem and self-determination may help explain how they create and monitor their online social media personas, according to a new study by researchers at Penn State University.
By combining the experience of self-reported positive and negative emotions among 1,400 US-residents, researchers created four affective profiles which they then used to discern differences in happiness, depression, life satisfaction and happiness-increasing strategies.
Given the current financial and political climate, it may be hard to believe that overall happiness is on the rise. This is the claim made by Canadian professor John F. Helliwell, whose latest World Happiness Report details the corners of our globe where happiness prevails.
New book reveals how to advance our 'caveman brain' for radical happiness. San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 08, 2013 Neuropsychologist
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Researchers at Princeton University have developed an Android app to determine when and where people are at their happiest.
Social Media Makes Sharing Happiness Happier. Dallas, TX (PRWEB) August 06, 2013 The
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