Friedman Well-Being Scale

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Friedman PH. Friedman well-being scale and professional manual, foundation for well–being. Eur Rev Soc Psychol 1992;4:1-26.
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Purpose 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 […]
Domain(s) Positive Affect
Target population Adult
Number of items 20
Administration format self-report
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Non-exhaustive list of psychometric studies
The Professional Research Manual summarizes the results of many studies using the Friedman Belief Scale.
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