Personal Wellbeing Index – School Children (PWI-SC)Cite this measure View Measure
|The Personal Wellbeing Index – School Children (PWI-SC) can be used to assess the subjective quality of life dimensions (i.e., subjective wellbeing) defined as feelings of happiness or satisfaction about one’s life in an adolescent/child population.
|Number of items
PWI-A: designed for use with the general adult population, aged at least 18 years;
PWI-ID: designed for use with people who have an intellectual disability or other form of cognitive impairment.
|Availability in other languages
|Chinese, Argentina, Dutch, Hindi, Portuguese, Serbian
|Fee for use
|Related information on use of the measure
A copy of the Australian Unity Well-Being Index: Personal Well-Being Index for School Children can be foud here.
|Non-exhaustive list of psychometric studies
The Australian Unity Well-Being Index is composed of two sections:
This reposistory will only focus on the Personal Well-Being Index
More information about the Australian Unity Well-Being Index can be found here.
Forms for verbal and written versions are found here.