Happiness Course Bibliography

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Argyle, M. (1999). Causes and Correlates of Happiness. Well-Being: the foundations of hedonic psychology. D. Kahneman, E. Diener and N. Schwartz. New York, Russell Sage Foundation: 353-373.

Aristotle. "Nichomachean Ethics, Books 1-3." Retrieved August 19, 2010, from Internet Clasics Archive.

Bok, D. (2010). The Politics of Happiness. Princeton, New Jersey, Princeton UP.

Brooks, D. (2011). "Social Animal." The New Yorker.

Bryant, F. and J. Veroff (2007). Savouring: a new model of positive experience. Mahwah, New Jersey, Lawrence Erlbaum.

Buddha (2006). The Greater Discourse on the Foundations of Mindfulness. Early Buddhist Discourses. J. J. Holder. Indianapolis, Hackett: 42-58.

Cahn, S. M. and C. Vitrano (2014). "Living Well." Think 38(Autumn 2014): 13-24.

Csikszentmihalyi, M. (1997). Finding Flow: The Psychology of Engagement with Everyday Life, Basic Books.

de Botton, A., Ed. (2004). Status Anxiety. New York, Vintage International.

Diener, E. and R. Biswas-Diener (2008). Happiness: Unlocking the mysteries of psychological wealth, Blackwell Publishing.

Diener, E. and M. Suh (1999). National Differences in Subjective Weil-Being. Will-Being: the foundations of hedonic psychology. D. Kahneman, E. Diener and N. Schwarz. New York, Russell Sage Foundation.

Emmons, R. A. (2008). Gratitude, Subjective Well-Being, and the Brain. The Science of Subjective Well-Being. M. Eid and R. J. Larsen. New York, Guilford Press: 469-493.

Epictetus. "Enchiridion." Retrieved August 19, 2010, from Internet Classics Archive.

Epicurus Letter to Menoeceus. New York, Macmillan Publishing Company.

Epicurus Principal Doctrines. New York, Macmillan Publishing Company.

Farhi, D. (2004). Chapter 6, "Cleaning Up Our Act: The Four Brahmavihara". Bringing Yoga to Life. D. Farhi. New York, Harper Books: 56-68.

Flemming, J. (2005). Happy, Happy, Joy, Joy. To the Best of Our Knowledge.

Gilbert, D. (2006). Stumbling on Happiness. New York, Alfred Knopf.

Haidt, J. (2006). The Happiness Hypothesis: finding modern truth in ancient wisdom. New York, Basic Books.

Haybron, Daniel. (2013). Happiness: A Very Short introduction. Oxford UP.

Irvine, W. (2009). Chapter 4: Negative Visualization. Oxford, Oxford University Press.

Irvine, W. (2009). Chapter 5: The Dichotomy of Control. Oxford, Oxford University Press.

McMahon, D. M., Ed. (2006). Happiness: A History. New York, Atlantic Monthly Press.

Miller, B. S. (1998). Yoga: Discipline of Freedom: The Yoga Sutra Attributed to Patanjali. New York, Bantam Books.

Montaigne (1575). "Chapter 6: That to Study Philosophy is to Learn to Die."

Ricard, M. (2003). Chapter 6: The Alchemy of Suffering. Happiness: a guide to developing; life's most important skill. M. Ricard. New York, Little, Brown and Company: 59-80.

Ricard, M. (2003). Chapter 7: The Viels of the Ego. Happiness: a guide to developing; life's most important skill. M. Ricard. New York, Little, Brown and Company: 80-97.

Schmimmack, U. (2008). The Structure of Subjective Well-Being. The Science of Subjective Well-Being. M. Eid and R. J. Larsen. New York, Guilford Press: 97-124.

Siderits, M. (2007). Chapter Two: Early Buddhism: Basic Teaching. Buddhism as Philosophy. M. Siderits. Indianapolis, Indiana, Hackett Publishing.

Vitrano, C. (2010). "The Subjectivity of Happiness." Journal of Value Inquiry 44: 47-54.

Watkins, P. (2004). Gratitude and Subjective Well-being. The Psychology of Gratitude. R. A. M. Emmons, Michael E., Oxford University Press: 167-195.