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  1. Higher levels of psychological distress are associated with a higher risk of incident diabetes during 18 year follow-up: results from the British Household Panel Survey

    Paula M.C. Mommersteeg, Raphael Herr, Wobbe P. Zijlstra, et al.

    1. Psychology
    2. Well Being
    3. Health
  2. Good to be home? Time-use and satisfaction levels among home-based teleworkers

    Dan Wheatley

    1. Information And Communication Technologies
    2. Time Use
    3. Well Being
  3. The role of domain satisfaction in explaining the paradoxical association between life satisfaction and age

    Kimberly K. McAdams, Richard E. Lucas, and M. Brent Donnellan

    1. Older People
    2. Well Being
  4. Losing sight of the wood for the trees: some issues in describing and valuing health, and another possible approach

    Paul Dolan, H. Lee, and Tessa Peasgood

    1. Demography
    2. Well Being
    3. Health
  5. Does personality moderate reaction and adaptation to major life events? Evidence from the British Household Panel Survey

    Stevie C.Y. Yap, Ivana Anusic, and Richard E. Lucas

    1. Psychology
    2. Well Being
    3. Life Course Analysis
  6. The relationship between innovation and subjective wellbeing

    Paul Dolan and Robert Metcalfe

    1. Sociology Of Labour
    2. Well Being
  7. Generic quality of life predicts all-cause mortality in the short term: evidence from British Household Panel Survey

    Gopalakrishnan Netuveli, Hynek Pikhart, Martin Bobak, et al.

    1. Psychology
    2. Well Being
    3. Health
  8. Psychological well-being and reactions to multiple unemployment events: adaptation or sensitisation?

    Cara L. Booker and Amanda Sacker

    1. Unemployment
    2. Well Being
  9. Valuing informal care experience: does choice of measure matter?

    Emmanouil Mentzakis, Paul McNamee, Mandy Ryan, et al.

    1. Economics
    2. Well Being
    3. Caregiving
  10. An evolutionary based social rank explanation of why low income predicts mental distress: A 17 year cohort study of 30,000 people

    Alex M. Wood, Christopher J. Boyce, Simon C. Moore, et al.

    1. Psychology
    2. Social Structure
    3. Poverty
    4. Income Dynamics
    5. Well Being
    6. Social Stratification
  11. Happy people or happy places? A multilevel modeling approach to the analysis of happiness and well-being

    Dimitris Ballas and Mark Tranmer

    1. Area Effects
    2. Geography
    3. Well Being
  12. The influence of changing hours of work on women's life-satisfaction

    Vanessa Gash, Antje Mertens, and Laura Romeu Gordo

    1. Labour Market
    2. Well Being
  13. Debt and depression: causal links and social norm effects

    John Gathergood

    1. Debt: Indebtedness
    2. Well Being
    3. Health
  14. Obesity and happiness

    Marina-Selini Katsaiti

    1. Well Being
    2. Health
    3. Life Course Analysis
  15. The mystery of the U-shaped relationship between happiness and age

    Paul Frijters and Tony Beatton

    1. Well Being
    2. Life Course Analysis
  16. The neglected dimension of well-being: analyzing the development of 'conversion effciency' in Great Britain

    Martin Binder and Tom Broekel

    1. Well Being
    2. Social Policy

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