Ed Diener, Ph.D., and Samantha Heintzelman, Ph.D., at the University of Virginia are collecting unpublished reports for a meta-analysis examining the effects of subjective well-being on longevity/mortality. They are seeking findings and data sets in which these variables were measured in a prospective manner, though not reported in a published work. To qualify, studies must:

1)   Be a prospective/longitudinal study design

2)   Include a measure of psychological well-being (e.g., happiness, positive affect, life satisfaction, optimism) at an early time-point

3)   Have a subsequent (not just simultaneous) measure of mortality rates

If you have any work fitting with this request, email Samantha Heintzelman by January 17, 2018 with a reference for the publication.