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Zadowolenie z życia jako kategoria emocjonalna i poznawcza

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Life satisfaction – emotional and cognitive aspects
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The article yields difficulties and incongruences of defining and measurement of life satisfaction. The theoretical views and empirical data indicate that both emotional and cognitive processes have contributions to shaping life satisfaction. The measure of only one aspect and its interpretation as a global life satisfaction limits and distorts the meaning of this term. Both aspects of life-satisfaction, emotional and cognitive, should be measured, interpreted and called as two quasi separating subconstruct.
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187-199
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