The Satisfaction with Life Index, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Satisfaction with Life Index was created by Adrian G. White, an Analytic Social Psychologist at the University of Leicester, using data from a metastudy.It is an attempt to show life satisfaction (subjective life satisfaction) in different nations.
In this calculation, subjective well being correlates most strongly with health, wealth, and access to basic education.
This is an example of a recent trend to use direct measures of happiness, such as surveys asking people how happy they are, as an alternative to traditional measures of policy success to GDP or GNP. Some studies suggest that happiness can be measured effectively. [Read more at Wikipedia]
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