Watch the presentation below, and fill the gaps in the following short summary of the first 2 minutes.
Aristotle called happiness the ______ ______, the end towards which all other things aim. The reason we want a big house, a nice car or a good job isn’t that these things are intrinsically ______, it’s that we expect them to bring us happiness. The paradox of happiness is that even though the ______ conditions in our lives have improved ______, we haven’t actually gotten any happier. In the last few years there’s been an ______ in research on happiness; we’ve learnt how things like income, education, ______ and ______ relate to it.