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Aurie Zeran

Montreal - QC, Canada

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English (EN)subjective well-being

In the economics of happiness, this term is used to designate an individual's personal perception of the extent to which they are affected by negative or positive affect, and how this influences their overall level of happiness or life satisfaction.

English (EN)subjective well-being

In the economics of happiness, this term is used to designate an individual's personal perception of the extent to which they are affected by negative or positive affect, and how this influences their overall level of happiness or life satisfaction.

Psychology; General psychology
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English (EN)subjective well-being

In the economics of happiness, this term (commonly abbreviated to SWB) designates an individual's personal perception of the extent to which they are affected by negative affect (unpleasant moods or emotions) or positive affect (pleasant moods or emotions), ...

English (EN)subjective well-being

In the economics of happiness, this term (commonly abbreviated to SWB) designates an individual's personal perception of the extent to which they are affected by negative affect (unpleasant moods or emotions) or positive affect (pleasant moods or emotions), ...

Psychology; Emotions