Past research has shown a positive association between education and well-being. Much of this research has focused on the cognitive component of well-being (i.e., life satisfaction) as outcome. On the other hand, the affective component, that is, how often and intensively people experience positive affect (PA) and negative affect (NA) in their everyday lives, has received far less attention. Therefore, ...
Social Indicators Research
153 (2021), 1, 227-250
| Dave Möwisch, Annette Brose, Florian Schmiedek