Perceived Wellness Survey (PWS)Cite this measure View Measure
Adams, T., Bezner, J., & Steinhardt, M. (1997). The conceptualization and measurement of perceived wellness: Integrating balance across and within dimensions. American Journal of Health Promotion 11(3), 208-218.
|Purpose||The Perceived Wellness Survey (PWS) is a 36-item measure designed to assess an individual’s own perceptions of their wellness through physical, spiritual, intellectual, psychological, social, and emotional dimensions.|
Sense of Meaning
|Number of items||36|
|Availability in other languages||Portuguese, Japanese, Finnish, Chinese, Spanish, Lithuanian, Hungarian|
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The Perceived Wellness Survey (PWS) can be found here.
|Non-exhaustive list of psychometric studies|
|Bezner, J. R., & Hunter, D. L. (2001). Wellness perception in persons with traumatic brain injury and its relation to functional independence. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 82(6), 787-792. doi:10.1053/apmr.2001.23269|
More information on the PWS can be found here.