Interpreting a General Index of Subjective Well-Being

The complex and continuing problem of identifying the relationship between several subjective and objective measurements of health is explored through data from a national health survey. Statistical analyses show that sociodemographic variables among groups are less important than are psychological variables in interpreting subjective well-being.

Author(s): ; Barbara Livieratos

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Volume 56, Issue 4 (pages 531–556)
Published in 1978