Christopher Boyce
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Money and happiness: Rank of income, not income, affects life satisfaction
CJ Boyce, GDA Brown, SC Moore
Psychological science 21 (4), 471-475, 2010
Is personality fixed? Personality changes as much as “variable” economic factors and more strongly predicts changes to life satisfaction
CJ Boyce, AM Wood, N Powdthavee
Social indicators research 111, 287-305, 2013
The dark side of conscientiousness: Conscientious people experience greater drops in life satisfaction following unemployment
CJ Boyce, AM Wood, GDA Brown
Journal of Research in Personality 44 (4), 535-539, 2010
Money, Well-Being, and Loss Aversion Does an Income Loss Have a Greater Effect on Well-Being Than an Equivalent Income Gain?
CJ Boyce, AM Wood, J Banks, AE Clark, GDA Brown
Psychological science 24 (12), 2557-2562, 2013
Personality change following unemployment.
CJ Boyce, AM Wood, M Daly, C Sedikides
Journal of Applied Psychology 100 (4), 991, 2015
Personality Prior to Disability Determines Adaptation Agreeable Individuals Recover Lost Life Satisfaction Faster and More Completely
CJ Boyce, AM Wood
Psychological science 22 (11), 1397-1402, 2011
Personality and the marginal utility of income: Personality interacts with increases in household income to determine life satisfaction
CJ Boyce, AM Wood
Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization 78 (1-2), 183-191, 2011
An evolutionary based social rank explanation of why low income predicts mental distress: A 17 year cohort study of 30,000 people
AM Wood, CJ Boyce, SC Moore, GDA Brown
Journal of affective disorders 136 (3), 882-888, 2012
Understanding fixed effects in human well-being
CJ Boyce
Journal of Economic Psychology 31 (1), 1-16, 2010
A social rank explanation of how money influences health.
M Daly, C Boyce, A Wood
Health Psychology 34 (3), 222, 2015
Individual differences in loss aversion: Conscientiousness predicts how life satisfaction responds to losses versus gains in income
CJ Boyce, AM Wood, E Ferguson
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 42 (4), 471-484, 2016
For better or for worse: The moderating effects of personality on the marriage-life satisfaction link
CJ Boyce, AM Wood, E Ferguson
Personality and Individual Differences 97, 61-66, 2016
Do people become healthier after being promoted?
CJ Boyce, AJ Oswald
Health economics 21 (5), 580-596, 2012
Personality and economic choices
C Boyce, M Czajkowski, N Hanley
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 94, 82-100, 2019
Adolescent conscientiousness predicts lower lifetime unemployment.
M Egan, M Daly, L Delaney, CJ Boyce, AM Wood
Journal of Applied Psychology 102 (4), 700, 2017
Sad or happy? The effects of emotions on stated preferences for environmental goods
N Hanley, C Boyce, M Czajkowski, S Tucker, C Noussair, M Townsend
Environmental and resource economics 68, 821-846, 2017
The Great Recession and subjective well-being: How did the life satisfaction of people living in the United Kingdom change following the financial crisis?
CJ Boyce, L Delaney, AM Wood
PloS one 13 (8), e0201215, 2018
An existential-humanistic view of personality change: Co-occurring changes with psychological well-being in a 10 year cohort study
H Osafo Hounkpatin, AM Wood, CJ Boyce, G Dunn
Social indicators research 121, 455-470, 2015
Modeling bivariate change in individual differences: Prospective associations between personality and life satisfaction.
HO Hounkpatin, CJ Boyce, G Dunn, AM Wood
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 115 (6), e12, 2018
Money may buy happiness, but often so little that it doesn’t matter
CJ Boyce, M Daly, HO Hounkpatin, AM Wood
Psychological science 28 (4), 544-546, 2017
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