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General Well-Being Scale

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”.

Friedman Well-Being Scale

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.

Four Factor Wellness Inventory (4F-WEL)

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.

Five Factor Wellness Inventory (5F-WEL)

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.

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.

Affect and Arousal Scale (AFARS)

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.

Social and Emotional Health Survey (SEHS)

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