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Research outputs: HAPPINESS
Happiness is self-reported by individuals and people report different levels of happiness. Some people report high levels while others repor...Download this report
2020 Determinants of happiness among healthcare professionals between 2009 and 2019: a systematic review
Happiness is characterized by experiencing positive emotions while simultaneously perceiving one's life as meaningful and worthwhile. Resear...
Families form an integral part of society and in fostering individual well-being. Despite the acknowledged importance of family, the associa...
The aim in this study was to establish the associations between health behaviors and happiness in an Asian (Indian) population. In a cross-s...