Publications

Publications

2017

Brulé G. and Veenhoven R. (2017) The ’10 excess’ phenomenon in responses to survey questions on happiness.  Social Indicators Research, 131(2), 853-870. doi:10.1007/s11205-016-1265-x

Brulé G. and Bertau C. (2017) Un « rire bête » pas bien méchant? Étude des unes d’Hara-Kiri. Humoresques 42, 155-164. 

2016

Brulé, G. (2016a) Kaléidoscope. Sciences & Bonheur, 1, 94-97.

Brulé G. and Veenhoven R. (2016b) The moderacy effect in responses to survey questions on happiness.  Working paper.

2015

Brulé G. and Veenhoven R. (2015) Geography of happiness: components of happiness in 133 Nations. International Journal of Happiness and Development. Vol2., n°2.
http://www.inderscience.com/info/inarticle.php?artid=70070

2014

Brulé G. and Veenhoven R.(2014a) Freedom and happiness in nations. Why the Finns are happier than the French. Psychology of Well-Being: Theory Research and Practice 2014, 4:17
http://www.psywb.com/content/4/1/17

Brulé G. and Veenhoven R. (2014b) Democratic teaching and happiness in developed nations. Advances in Applied Sociology, 4:11.

Brulé G. and Veenhoven R. (2014c) Average happiness and dominant family type in regions in Western Europe around 2000. Advances in Applied Sociology, 4, 271-288. doi: 10.4236/aasoci.2014.412031.

Brulé G., (2014d), Is happiness a woman? OECD insights, September 5th, 2014. Available  at http://oecdinsights.org/2014/09/05/is-happiness-a-woman/

2012

Gaël Brulé and Ruut Veenhoven (2012). Why Are Latin Europeans Less Happy? The Impact of Hierarchy,Polyphonic Anthropology – Theoretical and Empirical Cross-Cultural Fieldwork, Prof. Massimo Canevacci (Ed.),ISBN: 978-953-51-0418-6, InTech, Available from: http://www.intechopen.com/books/polyphonic-anthropologytheoretical-and-empirical-cross-cultural-fieldwork/why-are-latin-europeans-less-happy-the-impact-of-hierarchy

Conferences

2016

  • HEIRS Roma (15-16th march)
  • Université Cady Ayyad Géographie et histoire du bonheur(“geography and history of happiness”) (with Prof. Lakhdir) (19th march)

2015

  • ISQOLS-Phoenix (15-17th october) cultural measurement ‘biases’: are they to be corrected?
  • Conference on complexity-Padova (17-18th of september)
  • Séminaire Centre des Jeunes Dirigeants-Quimper (30th of april) Bien-être au travail
  • Romanian Institute of Quality of life- Bucharest (22-24th april) Presentation of the moderacy effect in responses to the questions of happiness
  • Winter School- Florence-Tuscany(15 january-01 february) Presentation of the moderacy effect in responses to the questions of happiness

2014

  • EHESS (09 december) Introduction aux sociologies comparatives du bonheur.
  • International Sociology Association-Yokohama (13-19 July) Presentation of the ten-excess in Latin America in responses to the questions of happiness.
  • Well being in cities-Lyon (24-25 June) Inter-cultural comparison of the garden city in the light of happiness.

2013 

  • French Association of Positive Psychology-Metz (22-23 November): Ten-excess pattern across nations on questions about life satisfaction
  • Erasmus University Monthly Seminar in Rotterdam on April 26th, 2013 : Response styles throughout cultures
  • Presentation of works on the links between flow and education on march 24th in Paris.

2012 

  • International Society of Quality Of Life Studies(ISQOLS) in Venice (01-04 November) : ‘Average happiness and dominant family type in regions in Western Europe around 2000’ on November, 3rd 2012.
  • European Conference of Positive Psychology(ECPP) in Moscow (25-30 June 2012) : Democratic teaching and happiness in developed nations
  • Erasmus University Monthly Seminar in Rotterdam on March 30th, 2012 : freedom and happiness

2011

  • Erasmus University Monthly Seminar in Rotterdam on April 27th, 2011 : social hierarchy and happiness

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