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On Day 1 of experimentation, an eight-member comparative network (A1>>H1) was trained in the presence of Cue 1 (established as happier than) only and, on Day 2, a second eight-member network (A2<<H2) was trained in the presence of Cue 2 (established as unhappier than) only.
When the lads got better you were happy, but there were other unhappier circumstances which you still remember.
Larkin replied with his usual joie de vivre: "I don't suppose I'm unhappier there than I should be anywhere else.
But he also found that even after controlling for their own sexual frequency, people who believed they were having less sex than their peers were unhappier than those who believed they were having as much or more than their peers.
Eating at their desk or at a work cafe can actually decrease their happiness at work, leading to reduced productivity and a generally unhappier workforce.
His rumored links to organized crime, roughness and lack of sophistication however can hardly be touted as a badge of honor any more with Bulgarians getting poorer and unhappier due to lack of reforms, lack of economy and lack of justice.
I was unhappier every day because nobody spoke about music.
More than 20 years after the collapse of the Soviet Union, Jackson-Vanik stands as little more than a relic of an unhappier time.
Employees are unhappier than ever, negativity runs rampant, and the organization's ability to deliver quality service and product is challenged.
The study is the latest in a series by the nonprofit Commonwealth Fund (New York) showing that while Americans pay far more per capita for healthcare, they are unhappier with the results and less healthy than people in other rich countries.
Just now, after they went in search for a better life in Belgium and returned even unhappier, Fouere had to come and gather everyone to say that investments must be launched in this region," says Azemi.
Indeed, he believes that in many situations individuals become steadily unhappier as their incomes increase.