Salamon-Conte Life Satisfaction in the Elderly Scale (SCLSES)

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Conte, V. A., & Salamon, M. J. (1982). An objective approach to the measurement and use of life satisfaction with older persons. Measurement and Evaluation in Guidance, 15(3), 194-200.
General information
Purpose The SCLES is an overall measure of life satisfaction and provides a multidimensional portrait of 8 dimensional subscales
Domain(s) Goal Pursuit
Life Satisfaction
Positive Affect
Quality of Life
Sense of Meaning
Target population Adult
Number of items 40
Administration format self-report
Additional formats
Alternate forms
Availability in other languages Persian
Fee for use
Free
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Available for purchase here: https://marketplace.unl.edu/buros/salamon-conte-life-satisfaction-in-the-elderly-scale.html

Non-exhaustive list of psychometric studies

Salamon, M. J. (1988). Clinical Use of the Life Satisfaction in the Elderly Scale. Clinical Gerontologist, 8(1), 45–54. https://doi.org/10.1300/J018v08n01_05

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