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Collabra: Psychology (2024) 10 (1): 117083.
Published: 10 May 2024
... their partner is a chatbot. We propose, however, that people can derive genuine feelings of connection and happiness from engaging with a supportive partner—even if that partner is an AI. To test this, we led participants to believe they were interacting with either a chatbot or a human, who responded to them...
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Collabra: Psychology (2022) 8 (1): 33958.
Published: 13 April 2022
...Tiara A. Cash; Lara B. Aknin; Jason D. E. Proulx People frequently spend money on others and research shows that such prosocial spending often promotes the benefactor’s happiness, even sometimes when reflecting upon past prosocial purchases. But on whom and what do people generally spend...
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Collabra: Psychology (2021) 7 (1): 29931.
Published: 06 December 2021
...) 3.39(1.33) 4.82(1.38) 3.92(1.58) Note . MILQ = Meaning In Life Questionnaire, SHS = Subjective Happiness Scale, SWLS = Satisfaction With Life Scale, CESD = Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale, PANAS = Positive and Negative Affect Schedule (PA = Positive Affect, NA = Negative...
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Collabra: Psychology (2020) 6 (1): 28.
Published: 30 June 2020
...Ashley V. Whillans; Alice J. Lee-Yoon; Elizabeth W. Dunn; Don Moore; Oleg Urminsky Spending money on time-saving services can improve happiness and reduce stress. Yet many people do not spend money to save time even when they can afford to do so, potentially because they feel guilty about paying...
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Collabra: Psychology (2020) 6 (1): 5.
Published: 10 January 2020
...Iris Lok; Elizabeth W. Dunn; Simine Vazire; William Chopik Under what conditions does prosocial spending promote happiness? In a series of appropriately powered and pre-registered experiments, the present research revisited the role of impact, social connection, and perceived choice in maximizing...
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Collabra: Psychology (2018) 4 (1): 15.
Published: 24 May 2018
... to assess SWB by assessing how frequently or intensely people experience a variety of positive and negative emotions such as “happy,” “sad,” “angry,” or “joyful” ( Diener, Wirtz, Tov, et al., 2010 ). Accordingly, one important distinction in the conceptualization of SWB focuses on the contrast between more...