Life Orientation Test-Revised (LOT-R)

The LOT was designed to assess individual differences in generalized optimism versus pessimism, the measure was revised to ensure an explicit focus on future expectations for the future as theory dictated.

Public Health Surveillance Well-being Scale (PHS-WB)

The Public Health Surveillance Well-Being Scale is a brief, 10-item measure designed to assess mental, physical, and social health related to wellbeing.  Its design is intended to be used in national surveys or in situations in which a longer form is not feasible.

How Are You? (HAY)

The HAY covers the physical, social and psychological consequences of illness for children and consists of a generic, a chronic illness section and a disease-specific section.

Gall-up Health-ways Well-Being Index

The Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index was developed to establish official statistics on the state of wellbeing in the United States.  Questions center around experiences and emotions the context of the past 24 hours.



The WHOQOL-Bref was developed by the WHOQOL Group with fifteen international field centers, simultaneously, in an attempt to develop a quality of life assessment that would be applicable cross-culturally

Strong Souls

Strong Souls assesses the social and emotional wellbeing of Australian Aboriginal youth.