The Institute of Subjective Well-Being (ISWB) is a non-sectarian, non-political institute devoted to sharing both established and pioneering research in the field of subjective well-being, more commonly known as happiness. Subjective well-being is a suitable way to refer to happiness: subjective, because it is in the eyes’ of the beholder; well-being, because it is always in progress and not a place to reach and hold for good. It also reminds us the importance of keeping the scientific method in this field; the last decades saw substantial advancements in the reasearch related to how brain functions, and how emotions and other activities are handled.
Institute of Subjective Well-Being (ISWB)
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