Studies among selected public: Married

Number of studies37
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ReferenceTitle of publicationPublic
Antonucci et al. (1998): study US 1980
Negative Effects of Close Social Relations.
50-95 aged, married, with children, USA,1980
Antonucci et al. (1998): study US 1980 /1
Negative Effects of Close Social Relations.
Marrieds with children, Michigan, USA, 1980
Beja Jr. (2013): study ZZ 2000
Who is Happier; The Housewife or the Working Wife?
Married women, 44 nations, 2000
Briscoe (1982): study GB 1977
Sex Differences in Psychological Well-Being.
Married couples with high incidence of minor psychiatric problems, London, U.K., 1977
Cargan et al. (1989): study ZZ East-West pairs 1987
Leisure Time and Happiness: A Crosscultural Comparison of East and West.
21+ aged, married, Japan and USA, 1987
Costa et al. (1985): study US 1958
Longitudinal Course of Social Support among Men in the Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging.
Married males, followed 12 years Baltimore, USA, 1958-1970
DeJong et al. (1984): study US 1947
Childless and One Child, but Not by Choice: A Note on Some Long-Term Consequences for Life Satisfaction of Rural-Reared Married Women.
Rural-reared married women, Pennsylvania, USA, followed 1947-1971
Dixon et al. (1984): study US 1979
Fisherman's Wives: A Case Study of a Middle Atlantic Coastal Fishing Community.
Fishermen and wives, and non-fishermen's wives controls, U.S.A., 1979
Ferree (1984): study US 1971
Class, Housework and Happiness: Women's Work and Life Satisfaction.
White married women, USA, 1971-76
Glenn & McLanahan (1981): study US 1973
The Effects of Offspring on the Psychological Well-Being of Older Adults.
50+ aged, with no children under age 18 at home, USA,1973-78
Glenn & Weaver (1981a): study US 1973
The Contribution of Marital Happiness to Global Happiness.
Marrieds, USA, 1973-78
Gordon & Hall (1974): study US 1971
Self-Image and Stereotypes of Femininity: Their Relationship to Women's Role Conflicts and Coping.
Married female graduates of liberal arts college, Univ. of Connecticut, USA,1971
Harder (1969): study US 1969
Self-Actualization, Mood, and Personality Adjustment in Married Women.
Married females, USA, 196?
Hawkins & Booth (2005): study US 1980
Unhappily Ever After: Effects of Long-Term, Low-Quality Marriages on Well-Being.
Couples, USA, followed 12 years, 1980-1992
Henggeler & Borduin (1981): study US 1981
Satisfied Working Mothers and their Preschool Sons: Interaction and Psychosocial Adjustment.
Married mothers of 4 year old sons, USA, 1981
Hetherington et al. (1976): study US 1974
Divorced Fathers.
Parents, followed 3 years, USA, 197?-7?
Holland-Benin & Cable-Nienstedt (1985): study US 1978
Happiness in Single- and Dual-Earner Families: The Effects of Marital Happiness, Job Satisfaction, and Life Cycle.
Married persons, non-institutionalized, USA, 1978-83
Kammann (1979): study NZ 1976
Sourcebook for Affectometer 1.
Married persons, Dunedin, New Zealand, 1976
Kasl & Harburg (1975): study US 1970
Mental Health and the Urban Environment: Some Doubts and Second Thoughts.
25-60 aged married adults, Detroit, USA, 197?
Lee (1978): study US Washington 1975
Marriage and Morale in Later Life.
60+ aged marrieds, Washington State USA, 1975
Marini (1976): study US 1963
Dimensions of Marriage Happiness: A research note
Married persons, metropolitan areas, USA, 1963
Orden & Bradburn (1968): study US 1963
Dimensions of Marriage Happiness.
Married people,USA, metropolitan areas, 1963-1965
Park (1991): study KR Seoul 1991
Sex- Role Attitudes and Employment Status as Predictors of Perceived Life Satisfaction among Married Women in Korea.
Married women, Seoul, South Korea, 1991
Plagnol & Easterlin (2006): study XZ Germany West 1984
Happily ever After? Cohabition, Marriage, Divorce, and Happines in Germany.
First married, followed 7 years, Germany, 1984-2004
Pouwels et al. (2008): study DE 1999
Income, Working Hours, and Happiness.
18-65 aged, couples, neither unemployed nor disabled, Germany, 1999
Renne (1970): study US 1965
Correlates of Dissatisfaction in Marriage.
Marrieds, Alameda County, California, USA, 1965
Rose (1955): study US 1952
Factors Associated with the Life Satisfaction of Middle-Class, Middle-Aged Persons.
Married couples, middle aged, middle-class, USA, 1952-53
Schimmack & Lucas (2007): study XZ Germany West 1984
Marriage Matters, Spousal Similarity in Life Satisfaction.
Couples, followed 21 years, West-Germany 1984-2004
Schoon et al. (2005): study EE 2000 /2
Combining Work and Family. Life Satisfaction Among Married and Divorced Men and Women in Estonia, Finland, and the UK.
Marrieds and divorced, Estonia, 2003
Spreitzer & Snyder (1974): study US 1972
Correlates of Life Satisfaction among the Aged.
18+ aged, married or widowed, USA,1972-73
Tiedje et al. (1990): study US 1985
Women with Multiple Roles: Role-Compatibility Perceptions, Satisfaction, and Mental Health.
Married women with a preschool child, USA, 1985
Veenhoven (1974): study NL 1968
Is There an Innate Need for Children?
25 - 65 aged marrieds, The Netherlands, 1968
Veenhoven (2000b): study NL 1965
Hoe diep zit de Kinderwens? ( Does the Want for Children draw on a Need?)
25-65 aged, married peole, Tthe Netherlands, 1965
Veroff et al. (1962): study US 1957
Dimensions of subjective adjustment.
21+ aged, married, with childeren, USA, 1957
Weingarten (1985): study US 1976
Marital Status and Well-Being: A National Study Comparing First-Married, Currently Divorced and Remarried Adults.
21+ aged whites, first married; divorced and remarried, USA, 1976
Windsor et al. (2009): study US 2006
Individual Well-Being in Middle and Older Adulthood: Do Spousal Beliefs Matter?
50+aged, married couples, USA, 2006
Wright (1978): study US 1971
Are Working Women Really More Satisfied? Evidence from Several National Surveys.
White married women, USA, 1971-76