|The General well-being schedule is a self-administered questionnaire that focuses on one’s subjective feelings of psychological well-being and distress. The scale assesses how the individual feels about his/ her “inner personal state”. It consists of 18 items covering six dimensions of anxiety, depression, general health, positive well-being, self-control and vitality. The scale includes both positive and negative questions and each item has the time frame “during the last month”.|
|The Friedman well-being scale consists of a series of 20 opposite adjectives (e.g., angry vs. calm), designed to measure adult well-being. Respondents rate themselves by indicating the
extent that each of the adjectives applies to them using a 10-point semantic
differential-type scale. It can be scored for an overall measure of well-being, and to track changes over time in a clinical or research context in addition to its use as a powerful, clinical tool for change.
|The Four Factor Wellness Inventory (4F-WEL) is used to help individuals make healthier living choices by assessing characteristics of wellness. The 4F-WEL was developed from the Wellness Evaluation of Lifestyle (WEL) and measures the higher order wellness factor along.|
|The Five Factor Wellness Inventory (FF-WEL) is used to help individuals make healthier living choices by assessing characteristics of wellness. The FF-WEL was developed from the Wellness Evaluation of Lifestyle (WEL) and measures the higher order wellness factor along with five second order factors and seventeen discrete scales.|
The MHI measures psycholgical well-being through five domains.
|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.|
|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.|
|The AFARS Measures core emotional factors in children and adolescents, including positive affect, negative affect, and physiological hyperarousal, in contrast to instruments that measure specific symptoms of anxiety or depression.|
The Youth Quality of Life Instrument – Research Version (YQOL-R) measures generic quality of life in youth with and without chronic conditions and disabilities.
The Social Emotional Health Survey– Secondary (SEHS-S) is a 36-item self-report measure that assesses youth’s strengths. unique positive social emotional health construct