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刘腾飞; 徐富明; 孙彦; 张军伟; 蒋多
Source Publication心理科学进展
Other AbstractExperienced well-being is an integration of multiple emotional responses measured by moment-based assessment which is based on experienced utility.The concept of experienced well-being proposed by Kahneman and his collaborators mainly stems from their rediscovery and interpretation for utility.Experienced utility moment-based assessment and hypotheses for measuring moment utility constitute the theoretical basis of experienced well-being.The methods for measuring experienced well-being mainly include experience sampling method and day reconstruction method.Based on these two methods,national well-being accounts and national time accounts analyze more directly how people distribute their time and how they experience emotions in daily life.Furthermore,the concept of experienced well-being and its measurement offer concrete,real and referable scientific data for evaluating and making public policies.
Keyword体验幸福 体验效用 日重现法 公共政策
Subject Area情绪心理学
Indexed ByCSCD
Funding Project三室李纾课题组
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Corresponding Author孙彦
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刘腾飞,徐富明,孙彦,等. 基于体验效用的幸福及其测量[J]. 心理科学进展,2010,18(7):1087-1095.
APA 刘腾飞,徐富明,孙彦,张军伟,&蒋多.(2010).基于体验效用的幸福及其测量.心理科学进展,18(7),1087-1095.
MLA 刘腾飞,et al."基于体验效用的幸福及其测量".心理科学进展 18.7(2010):1087-1095.
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