Kostadin Kushlev
TitleCited byYear
The pains and pleasures of parenting: When, why, and how is parenthood associated with more or less well-being?
SK Nelson, K Kushlev, S Lyubomirsky
Psychological Bulletin 140 (3), 846, 2014
2522014
In defense of parenthood: Children are associated with more joy than misery
SK Nelson, K Kushlev, T English, EW Dunn, S Lyubomirsky
Psychological Science 24 (1), 3-10, 2013
2182013
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 Psychology/psychologie canadienne 58 (2), 87, 2017
1782017
Checking email less frequently reduces stress
K Kushlev, EW Dunn
Computers in Human Behavior 43, 220-228, 2015
1112015
Silence your phones: Smartphone notifications increase inattention and hyperactivity symptoms
K Kushlev, J Proulx, EW Dunn
Proceedings of the 2016 CHI conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2016
932016
Shame and the motivation to change the self.
B Lickel, K Kushlev, V Savalei, S Matta, T Schmader
Emotion 14 (6), 1049, 2014
742014
Bike sharing station placement leveraging heterogeneous urban open data
L Chen, D Zhang, G Pan, X Ma, D Yang, K Kushlev, W Zhang, S Li
Proceedings of the 2015 ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and …, 2015
692015
Higher income is associated with less daily sadness but not more daily happiness
K Kushlev, EW Dunn, RE Lucas
Social Psychological and Personality Science 6 (5), 483-489, 2015
622015
Parents reap what they sow: Child-centrism and parental well-being
CE Ashton-James, K Kushlev, EW Dunn
Social Psychological and Personality Science 4 (6), 635-642, 2013
602013
Smartphone use undermines enjoyment of face-to-face social interactions
RJ Dwyer, K Kushlev, EW Dunn
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 78, 233-239, 2018
452018
Does affluence impoverish the experience of parenting?
K Kushlev, EW Dunn, CE Ashton-James
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (6), 1381-1384, 2012
402012
Digitally connected, socially disconnected: The effects of relying on technology rather than other people
K Kushlev, JDE Proulx, EW Dunn
Computers in Human Behavior 76, 68-74, 2017
222017
Smartphones distract parents from cultivating feelings of connection when spending time with their children
K Kushlev, EW Dunn
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 36 (6), 1619-1639, 2019
162019
Progressive taxation, income inequality, and happiness.
S Oishi, K Kushlev, U Schimmack
American Psychologist 73 (2), 157, 2018
162018
Parents are slightly happier than nonparents, but causality still cannot be inferred: A reply to Bhargava, Kassam, and Loewenstein (2014)
SK Nelson, K Kushlev, EW Dunn, S Lyubomirsky
152014
Smartphones reduce smiles between strangers
K Kushlev, JF Hunter, J Proulx, SD Pressman, E Dunn
Computers in Human Behavior 91, 12-16, 2019
142019
ENHANCE: Design and rationale of a randomized controlled trial for promoting enduring happiness & well-being
K Kushlev, SJ Heintzelman, LD Lutes, D Wirtz, S Oishi, E Diener
Contemporary clinical trials 52, 62-74, 2017
142017
Affective forecasting: Knowing how we will feel in the future
K Kushlev, EW Dunn
Handbook of self-knowledge, 277-292, 2012
142012
Put the phone down: Testing a complement-interfere model of computer-mediated communication in the context of face-to-face interactions
K Kushlev, SJ Heintzelman
Social Psychological and Personality Science 9 (6), 702-710, 2018
122018
Income reliably predicts daily sadness, but not happiness: A replication and extension of Kushlev, Dunn, and Lucas (2015)
NW Hudson, RE Lucas, MB Donnellan, K Kushlev
Social psychological and personality science 7 (8), 828-836, 2016
122016
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