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Life satisfaction, happiness and morale
 — two problems with the use of subjective well-being indicators
Author(s)James Horley
Journal titleThe Gerontologist, vol 24, no 2, April 1984
Pagespp 124-127
KeywordsLife satisfaction ; Well being ; Morale ; Measurement.
AnnotationLife satisfaction, happiness and morale are three indicators of subjective well-being that have been of particular interest to psychosocial gerontologists. Two problems in the use of such indicators - usage variance and inappropriate assessment level - are examined. Potential solutions to these problems are suggested and discussed briefly. (RH).
Accession NumberCPA-930630083
ClassmarkF:5HH: D:F:5HH: DQ: 3R

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