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References Aguiar, M., and Hurst, E. (2007). Measuring trends in leisure: The allocation of time over five decades. The Quarterly Journal of Economics, 122(3), 9691006, 1008. Archer, M., Paleti, R., Konduri, K., and Pendyala, R. (2012). "Modeling the connection Between Activity-Travel Patterns and Subjective Well-Being. Submitted for Presentation and Publication, 92nd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board. Boeham, J.K., and Kubzansky, L.D. (2012). The Heart's Content: The Association between Positive Psychological Well-Being and Cardiovascular Health." Psychological Bulletin, online April 17, 2012. Available: http://www.rwjf.org/pioneer/product.jsp?id=73919 (accessed September 7, 2012). Christodoulou, C., Schneider, S., and Stone, A. (2012). Validation of a Brief Yesterday Measure of Hedonic Well-Being and Daily Activities: Comparison with the Day Reconstruction Method. Working Paper, June 4. Deaton, A.S. (2011). The Financial Crisis and the Well-Being of Americans. NBER Working Papers 17128. National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc. Available: http://www.nber.org/papers/w17128 (accessed July 29, 2012). Diener, E. (2006). Guidelines for national indicators of subjective well-being and ill-being. Applied Research in Quality of Life, 1(2), 151157. Diener, E., Kahneman, D., Tov, W., and Arora, R. (2009). Income's Differential Influence on Judgments of Life Versus Affective Wellbeing. Assessing Wellbeing. Oxford, UK: Springer. Huppert, F.A. (2009). Psychological well-being: Evidence regarding its causes and consequences. Applied Psychology: Health and WellBeing, 1, 137164. Kahneman, D., and Deaton, A. (2010, August). High Income Improves Evaluation of Life but not Emotional Well-Being. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science. Krueger, A.B., and Mueller, A. (2012). Time use, emotional well-being and unemployment: Evidence from longitudinal data. American Economic Review, 102(3), 594599. Krueger, A.B., and Stone, A.A. (2008). Assessment of pain: A community-based diary survey in the USA. Lancet, 371(May 3), 15191525. Meyer, B.D., and Sullivan, J.X. (2009). Economic Well-Being and Time Use. Working paper, June 22. Steg, L., and Gifford, R. (2005). Sustainable transportation and quality of life. Journal of Transport Geography, 13(1), 5969. Stiglitz, J., Sen, A., and Fitoussi, J.P. (2009). Report by the Commission on the Measurement of Economic Performance and Social Progress. Available: http://www.stiglitz-sen- fitoussi.fr/documents/rapport_anglais.pdf (accessed August 2, 2012). 18