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    • Explaining Differences in Subjective Well-Being Across 33 Nations Using Multilevel Models: Universal Personality, Cultural Relativity, and National Income 

      Cheng, Cecilia; Cheung, Mike W.L.; Montasem, Alexander; Awang-Hashim, Rosna; Bačová, Viera; Jozef, Dzuka; Baumane, Ilona; Chan, Raymond; Gan, Yiqun; Christou, Miranda; Spyrou, Spyros; Panayiotou, Alexia; Chun, Woo Young; Clemena, Rose Marie; Dayan, Naty; Comunian, Anna Laura; Czapinski, Janusz; Loving, Rolando Díaz; Duarte-Silva, Maria Eugénia; Neto, Félix; Falzon, Aaron; Falzon, Ruth; Tanti-Burlo, Elena; Golden, Debra L.; Sheldon, Kennon M.; De Zavala Golec, Agnieszka; Guil-Bozal, Ana; Prawitasari Hadiyono, Johana E.; Hadjar, Andreas; Hertel, Janine; Ines Alcalay, Salom Lidia; Jose, Paul E.; Kafetsios, Konstantinos; Tsaousis, I.; Sideridis, G.; Lawal, O.A.; Liu, J.-T.; Tam, Wai Cheong Carl; Opre, A.; Raudsepp, M.; Roth, R.; Solcova, I.; Suhail, K.; Yick-ku Tao, V.; Tonon, G.a; Tiliouine, H.; Uglanova, E. (2016-02-01)
      This multinational study simultaneously tested three prominent hypotheses-universal disposition, cultural relativity, and livability-that explained differences in subjective well-being across nations. We performed multilevel ...