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Numerous studies show that happy individuals are successful across multiple life domains, including marriage, friendship, income, work performance, and health. The authors suggest a conceptual model to account for these findings, arguing that the happiness-success link exists not only because success makes people happy, but also because positive affect engenders success. Three classes of evidence-crosssectional, longitudinal, and experimental-are documented to test their model. Relevant studiesdoi:10.1037/0033-2909.131.6.803 pmid:16351326 fatcat:djbsi2a6svfihbgevsn2yfix7q