Joar Vitterso
Joar Vitterso
Professor of social psychology, UiT The Arctic University of Norway
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Well-being: Foundations of hedonic psychology
D Kahneman, E Diener, N Schwarz
Russell Sage Foundation, 1999
Value co-creation significance of tourist resources
NK Prebensen, J Vittersø, TI Dahl
Annals of tourism Research 42, 240-261, 2013
Measuring well-being across Europe: Description of the ESS well-being module and preliminary findings
FA Huppert, N Marks, A Clark, J Siegrist, A Stutzer, J Vittersø, ...
Social indicators research 91, 301-315, 2009
Personality and technology acceptance: the influence of personality factors on the core constructs of the Technology Acceptance Model
GB Svendsen, JAK Johnsen, L Almås-Sørensen, J Vittersø
Behaviour & Information Technology 32 (4), 323-334, 2013
Most people are pretty happy, but there is cultural variation: The Inughuit, the Amish, and the Maasai
R Biswas-Diener, J Vittersø, E Diener
Journal of happiness studies 6 (3), 205-226, 2005
Tourist experiences and attractions
J Vittersø, M Vorkinn, OI Vistad, J Vaagland
Annals of Tourism Research 27 (2), 432-450, 2000
Personality traits and subjective well-being: Emotional stability, not extraversion, is probably the important predictor
J Vittersø
Personality and Individual Differences 31 (6), 903-914, 2001
Subjective well-being. Sex-specific effects of genetic and environmental factors
E Røysamb, JR Harris, P Magnus, J Vittersø, K Tambs
Personality and individual differences 32 (2), 211-223, 2002
The conceptual and relational structure of subjective well-being, neuroticism, and extraversion: Once again, neuroticism is the important predictor of happiness
J Vittersø, F Nilsen
Social Indicators Research 57, 89-118, 2002
Subjective Well-Being versus Self-Actualization: Using the Flow-Simplex to Promote a Conceptual Clarification of Subjective Quality of Life
J Vittersø
Social Indicators Research 65, 299-331, 2004
Handbook of eudaimonic well-being
J Vittersø
Springer International Publishing, 2016
Stability in depressed mood in adolescence: Results from a 6-year longitudinal panel study
I Holsen, P Kraft, J Vittersø
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 29 (1), 61-78, 2000
Can a happy relationship predict a happy life? A population-based study of maternal well-being during the life transition of pregnancy, infancy, and toddlerhood
GM Dyrdal, E Røysamb, RB Nes, J Vittersø
Journal of Happiness Studies 12, 947-962, 2011
The divergent meanings of life satisfaction: Item response modeling of the satisfaction with life scale in Greenland and Norway
J Vittersø, R Biswas-Diener, E Diener
Social Indicators Research 74, 327-348, 2005
Impacts of home-based telework on quality of life for employees and their partners. Quantitative and qualitative results from a European survey
J Vittersø, S Akselsen, B Evjemo, TE Julsrud, B Yttri, S Bergvik
Journal of Happiness Studies 4, 201-233, 2003
Happiness, inspiration and the fully functioning person: Separating hedonic and eudaimonic well-being in the workplace
LV Straume, J Vittersø
The Journal of Positive Psychology 7 (5), 387-398, 2012
The most important idea in the world: An introduction
J Vittersø
Handbook of eudaimonic well-being, 1-24, 2016
Life satisfaction goes with pleasure and personal growth goes with interest: Further arguments for separating hedonic and eudaimonic well-being
J Vittersø, Y Søholt
The Journal of Positive Psychology 6 (4), 326-335, 2011
Flow versus life satisfaction: A projective use of cartoons to illustrate the difference between the evaluation approach and the intrinsic motivation approach to subjective …
J Vittersø
Journal of Happiness Studies 4, 141-167, 2003
Was Hercules happy? Some answers from a functional model of human well-being
J Vittersø, Y Søholt, A Hetland, IA Thoresen, E Røysamb
Social Indicators Research 95, 1-18, 2010
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