The PMH is a brief, uni-dimensional and person-centered instrument designed to measure all key and culturally appropriate domains of positive mental health and allow for comparisons across different age, gender, and ethnic groups. Was originally designed for use in Asian countries.
The QUALIDEM is a proxy-based measure designed to measure quality of life among individuals with dementia who live in residential settings.
The SWLS is a short 5-item instrument designed to measure global cognitive judgments of satisfaction with one’s life.
The Scale of Happiness of the Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUNSH) is a self-report measure of subjective well-being containing 24 items that address affect during the preceding month and longer-term affective experiences. Although initially intended for use with older people, its later usage includes adults of any age.
The Perceived Wellness Survey (PWS) is a 36-item measure designed to assess an individual’s own perceptions of their wellness through physical, spiritual, intellectual, psychological, social, and emotional dimensions.
The Positive Affect and Negative Affect Schedule-Child Form (PANAS-C) is a 30-item, self-report questionnaire used to measure the respondent’s emotions during the past few weeks.
The PANAS consists of two 10-item scales that are respectively designed to measure positive and negative affect in adult and clinical samples.
The MANSA is a brief instrument for assessing quality of life focusing on satisfaction with life as a whole and with life domains.
The Meaning in Life Questionnaire (MLQ) is a 10-item measure of the Presence of Meaning in Life, and the Search for Meaning in Life.
The Congruity Life Satisfaction Scale is a 10-item life satisfaction measure is drawn from a judgment-type theory. This measure is based on the theoretical notion of life satisfaction being a function of a comparison between perceived life accomplishments and a set of evoked standards.