Multifaceted Lifestyle Satisfaction Scale (MLSS)

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Harner, C., Heal, L. (1993). The Multifaceted Lifestyle Satisfaction Scale (MLSS): Psychometric properties of an interview schedule for assessing personal satisfaction of adults with limited intelligence. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 14(3), 221-236.
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Purpose The Multifaceted Lifestyle Satisfaction Scale (MLSS) is an interview structured primarily for individuals with mental retardation to assess their professed satisfaction with their living arrangements and communities, their personal relationships, their recreation and leisure, their employment, and their degree of self-direction
Domain(s) Life Satisfaction
Positive Affect
Quality of Life
Target population Adult
Number of items 76
Administration format self-report
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Modified from the Lifestyle Satisfaction Scale

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Harner, C. J. (1991). Assessing the satisfaction of adults with mental retardation living in the community. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
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