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  • A General Overview of Subjective Well-being   [CPSH 2013]
  • Author(s)
  • Gu Hong
  • ABSTRACT
  • This paper provides a comprehensive review of the field of subjective well-being, including its benefits, demographic correlates, and relationship to culture. We review the theories of origin and interventions to increase well-being. Our purpose is to provide new ideas and perspectives for future research.
  • KEYWORDS
  • Subjective Well-being ; Interventions; Theory
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