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Psych 201: Science of Happiness Pre-course survey In the following questions, we'd like to learn a little bit more about your beliefs about happiness. In the boxes below, take about five minutes to answer the questions. How would you define happiness? What determines whether a person has a happy life? What (if anything) can people do to increase their life happiness? Below are a number of things that may affect happiness. Please rank order them based on what you think matters most by entering a number between 1 and 5 in the provided box.
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Unformatted text preview: 1 is most important and 5 is least important . Don’t worry about whether you are right (research shows that all of these matter to some degree). We are just interested in your opinions at this point. ________ A person's genes. ________ A person's early experiences in childhood. ________ A person's experiences and failures/successes. ________ A person's good or bad luck and the (unforeseen) good or bad things that happen in life. ________ A person's approach to life and how she/he chooses to react to both good and bad events....
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