Diener And Seligman's Very Happy People?

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Most researches of this type focus on unhappy people. However, Very Happy People is one of the few reports that target happy people. Diener and Seligman (2002) studied factors that they thought influence happy people like: personality, social relationship, mental disorders, mood, and exercise. They collected a sample of 222 college students and measured their happiness ,by asking that how satisfied they are with their lives, how often they positive and negative, and reporting their daily mood. Afterwards, the students were divided them into happy, average, and unhappy groups. Finally, the students were interview and completed questionnaires. Diener and Seligman (2002) concluded that happiness is positively correlated to strong social relationships,
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