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Lettuce be happy: a longitudinal UK study on the relationship between fruit and vegetable consumption and well-being

Neel Ocean, Peter Howley, Jonathan Ensor

Well BeingHealth


Lettuce be happy: the effects of fruit and vegetable consumption on subjective well-being in the UK

Neel Ocean, Peter Howley, Jonathan Ensor

Well BeingHealth


What is the impact of air pollution on life satisfaction for people living in England?

Sarah Knight, Peter Howley

Environmental SociologyArea EffectsPsychologyGeographyWell Being


Schadenfreude: status effects and the well-being of the unemployed

Peter Howley, Sarah Knight

Area EffectsPsychologyLabour MarketUnemploymentWell Being


Taking pleasure from neighbours’ misfortune: comparison effects, social norms and the well-being of the unemployed

Peter Howley, Sarah Knight

Area EffectsSocial NetworksPsychologyLabour MarketUnemploymentEconomicsWell BeingSocial Psychology


Traffic fumes as bad for happiness as bereavement or divorce, study suggests

Sarah J. Knight, Peter Howley


Air pollution as bad for wellbeing as partner's death, say researchers

Sarah J. Knight, Peter Howley


Air pollution can affect your health and mind as severely as the death of your partner

Sarah J. Knight, Peter Howley


Nitrogen dioxide as damaging as partner death or job loss

Sarah J. Knight, Peter Howley


Can clean air make you happy? Examining the effect of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) on life satisfaction

Sarah J. Knight, Peter Howley

Environmental SociologyArea EffectsGeographyScience And TechnologyWell BeingHealth


Less money or better health? Evaluating individual’s willingness to make trade-offs using life satisfaction data

Peter Howley

PsychologyEconomicsIncome DynamicsWell BeingHealth


The externality cost of neighbour’s at work: social norm induced effects on well-being

Peter Howley, Sarah Knight

Area EffectsSocial NetworksLabour MarketUnemploymentWell BeingSocial Psychology


Do individuals return to baseline levels of well-being after recovering from poor health?

Peter Howley

DisabilityWell BeingHealth