Louis Tay
Louis Tay
Associate Professor of Psychological Sciences, Purdue University
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TitleCited byYear
Needs and subjective well-being around the world.
L Tay, E Diener
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 101 (2), 354-365, 2011
Theory and validity of life satisfaction scales
E Diener, R Inglehart, L Tay
Social Indicators Research 112 (3), 497-527, 2013
The religion paradox: If religion makes people happy, why are so many dropping out?
E Diener, L Tay, DG Myers
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 101 (6), 1278-1290, 2011
Leisure and subjective well-being: A model of psychological mechanisms as mediating factors
DB Newman, L Tay, E Diener
Journal of Happiness Studies 15 (3), 555-578, 2014
Rising income and the subjective well-being of nations.
E Diener, L Tay, S Oishi
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 104 (2), 267, 2013
Gender differences in narcissism: A meta-analytic review
E Grijalva, DA Newman, L Tay, MB Donnellan, PD Harms, RW Robins, ...
Psychological Bulletin 141, 261-310, 2014
The objective benefits of subjective well-being
JE De Neve, E Diener, L Tay, C Xuereb
World happiness report, 2013
Findings All Psychologists Should Know From The New Science on Subjective Well-Being
E Diener, SJ Heintzelman, K Kushlev, L Tay, D Wirtz, LD Lutes, S Oishi
Canadian Psychologist 58, 87-104, 2017
Leisure Engagement and Subjective Well-Being: A Meta-Analysis.
L Kuykendall, L Tay, V Ng
Psychological Bulletin 141 (2), 364-403, 2015
Social relations, health behaviors, and health outcomes: A survey and synthesis
L Tay, K Tan, E Diener, E Gonzalez
Applied Psychology: Health and Well‐Being 5 (1), 28-78, 2013
Subjective well-being and national satisfaction: Findings from a worldwide survey
M Morrison, L Tay, E Diener
Psychological Science 22, 166-171, 2011
The development and validation of the Comprehensive Inventory of Thriving (CIT) and the Brief Inventory of Thriving (BIT)
R Su, L Tay, E Diener
Applied Psychology: Health and Well‐Being 6, 251-279, 2014
Subjective well‐being and human welfare around the world as reflected in the Gallup World Poll
E Diener, L Tay
International Journal of Psychology 50 (2), 135-149, 2015
Purpose, mood, and pleasure in predicting satisfaction judgments
E Diener, F Fujita, L Tay, R Biswas-Diener
Social Indicators Research 105 (3), 333-341, 2012
Review of the Day Reconstruction Method (DRM)
E Diener, L Tay
Social Indicators Research 116 (1), 255-267, 2014
Fitting measurement models to vocational interest data: Are dominance models ideal?
L Tay, F Drasgow, J Rounds, BA Williams
Journal of Applied Psychology 94 (5), 1287, 2009
People–things and data–ideas: Bipolar dimensions?
L Tay, R Su, J Rounds
Journal of Counseling Psychology 58 (3), 424-440, 2011
Advances in subjective well-being research
E Diener, S Oishi, L Tay
Nature Human Behaviour 2 (4), 253, 2018
CAPTION-ing the situation: A lexically-derived taxonomy of psychological situation characteristics
S Parrigon, SE Woo, L Tay, T Wang
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 112, 642-681, 2017
An overview and practical guide to IRT measurement equivalence analysis
L Tay, AW Meade, M Cao
Organizational Research Methods 1, 3-46, 2015
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