Happiness is a component of subjective well-being and a construct which somewhat overlaps with life-satisfaction, given high correlation levels between reports on life-satisfaction and happiness. Notions of happiness differ through the philosophical currents. Hedonic happiness stands for the positive effects associated with obtaining material objects or pleasurable experiences. It is located empirically closer to life-satisfaction, and is operationalized through numerical scales where the lowest digit corresponds to complete dissatisfaction with life, and the highest to complete satisfaction with life. Eudemonic happiness, on the other hand, implies living in coherence with one’s best potentials and life-purpose. It is formalized using questionnaires assessing positive psychological functioning. While some activities give rise to both eudemonic and hedonic happiness, not all forms of hedonic enjoyment give rise to eudemonic happiness.