BBC Well-being Scale

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Kinderman, Schwannauer, M., Pontin, E., & Tai, S. (2011). The development and validation of a general measure of well-being: the BBC well-being scale. Quality of Life Research, 20(7), 1035–1042.
General information
Purpose The BBC Subjective Well-Being Scale is a 24-item self report questionnaire designed to measure people’s subjective experiences across the physical health, psychological health, independence, social relationships, environment and spiritual quality of life.
Domain(s) Goal Pursuit
Life Satisfaction
Positive Affect
Quality of Life
Sense of Meaning
Target population Adult
Number of items 24
Administration format self-report
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Alternate forms
Availability in other languages Russian, Urdu
Fee for use
Related information on use of the measure

The BBC Well-Being Scale can be found here.

Non-exhaustive list of psychometric studies

Priesack, A., & Alcock, J. (2015). Well-being and self-efficacy in a sample of undergraduate nurse students: A small survey study. Nurse Education Today, 35(5), e16-e20. doi:10.1016/j.nedt.2015.01.022

Pontin, E., Schwannauer, M., Tai, S., & Kinderman, P. (2013). A UK validation of a general measure of subjective well-being: the modified BBC subjective well-being scale (BBC-SWB). Health and quality of life outcomes, 11, 150.

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