Dan Weijers


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Working Papers

Under Review
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  • Religiosity Buffers and has a Quadratic Moderation Effect on the Relationship between Gender Inequality and Life Satisfaction around the World (co-authored with Mohsen Joshanloo, posted 3 December 2013). Link
    • Previously: Religiosity’s Quadratic Moderation Effect on the Relationship between Gender Inequality and Subjective Well-being around the World (co-authored with Mohsen Joshanloo, posted 12 June 2013). Link

Early Drafts of Papers and Ideas in Progress
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  • Scientific Support for the 'Feels Good' Theory of Pleasure (abstract only). Link.

PhD Thesis

A thesis submitted to Victoria University of Wellington in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctorate in Philosophy (passed with no changes required).

  • Weijers, Dan (manuscript 2012). Hedonism and Happiness in Theory and Practice. Link.

MA Thesis
A thesis submitted to Victoria University of Wellington in fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in Philosophy (awarded: Distinction).

  • Turton, Dan (manuscript 2008). Reviving Hedonism about Well-Being: Refuting the Argument from False Pleasures and Restricting the Relevance of Intuitive ‘Evidence’. Link.

Honours Research Paper
A paper submitted to Victoria University of Wellington in fulfilment of part of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Philosophy (awarded: A+).
  • Turton, Dan (manuscript 2006). Genetic Screening for Happiness: Depraved Design or Moral Mandatory? Link.


Contact

Email:
danweijers[at]gmail[dot]com

Phone:
+1 (916) 278-7289

Address:
Dan Weijers
Philosophy Department,
Sacramento State University Mendocino Hall 3018,
6000 J Street,
Sacramento,
CA 95819-6033
United States


Why Contact Me?
Of particular interest to me is making contact with other wellbeing researchers. Especially for the following reasons:

 - If you are interested in being a peer reviewer for or potential contributor to the International Journal of Wellbeing

 - If you are an editor of a philosophy or wellbeing-related project looking for a contributor

 - If you are interested in collaborating on theoretical, interdisciplinary, empirical, or experimental wellbeing research

 - If you are looking for an expert on happiness and wellbeing to make a comment about policies or events
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