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Christopher Boyce
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
7532010
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 (1), 287-305, 2013
2782013
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
2522010
Personality change following unemployment.
CJ Boyce, AM Wood, M Daly, C Sedikides
Journal of Applied Psychology 100 (4), 991, 2015
1952015
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
1832013
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
1442011
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
1422011
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
1352012
Understanding fixed effects in human well-being
CJ Boyce
Journal of Economic Psychology 31 (1), 1-16, 2010
1112010
A social rank explanation of how money influences health.
M Daly, C Boyce, A Wood
Health Psychology 34 (3), 222, 2015
732015
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
712016
Do people become healthier after being promoted?
CJ Boyce, AJ Oswald
Health economics 21 (5), 580-596, 2012
562012
Adolescent conscientiousness predicts lower lifetime unemployment.
M Egan, M Daly, L Delaney, CJ Boyce, AM Wood
Journal of Applied Psychology 102 (4), 700, 2017
552017
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
552016
Personality and economic choices
C Boyce, M Czajkowski, N Hanley
Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 94, 82-100, 2019
442019
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 (4), 821-846, 2017
44*2017
An existential-humanistic view of personality change: Co-occurring changes with psychological well-being in a 10 year cohort study
HO Hounkpatin, AM Wood, CJ Boyce, G Dunn
Social indicators research 121 (2), 455, 2015
322015
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
282018
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
262018
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
242017
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