The NIH Toolbox Parent Proxy Emotion Battery, recommended for parents of children ages 3-12, includes measures of Positive Affect, General Life Satisfaction, Positive Peer Interaction, Social Withdrawal, Peer Rejection, Empathic Behaviors, Self-Efficacy, Fear, Perceived Stress, Sadness, and Anger. For those with children ages 3-7, measures for Fear (Over Anxious and Separation Anxiety) are included.
The NIH Toolbox Emotion Battery, recommended for ages 8+, consists of measures of Positive Affect, General Life Satisfaction, Emotional Support, Friendship, Loneliness, Perceived Rejection, Perceived Hostility, Self-Efficacy, Sadness, Perceived Stress, Fear, and Anger. For ages 18+, the battery also includes measures of Meaning and Purpose and Instrumental Support.
The Perceived Life Significance Scale (PLSS) is a psychometrically valid measure of life significance used in the assessment and treatment of grief and loss. Key aspects include life satisfaction, sense of meaning, affective well-being, and goal pursuit.
The Ryff Scales of Psychological Well-Being is a theoretically grounded instrument that specifically focuses on measuring multiple facets of psychological well-being. These facets include the following: (1) self-acceptance, (2) the establishment of quality ties to others, (3) a sense of autonomy in thought and action, (4) the ability to manage complex environments to suit personal needs and values, (5) the pursuit of meaningful goals and a sense of purpose in life, (6) continued growth and development as a person.
The MSQoL is an integration of eight (inter)nationally established QoL instruments
This measure is designed for use with individuals who have intellectual disabilities. It is comprised of two forms, with around 300 questions each: one for the individual (subjective form) and their caretaker (objective form), with the goal of measuring quality of life through several domains.
The Cantril Scale (CS) is a simple visual scale which makes it possible to assess general life satisfaction.
The ESWLS is a 50-item self-report scale that measures satisfaction with life in nine domains.
The Integration Inventory (II) is a 37-item Likert scale measuring qualitative well-being experience in older persons.
The WHO-5 Well-being index is a 5-item measure that assessing subjective psychological well-being.