Well-Being Questionnaire (12 items) (W-BQ12)

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Bradley C (2000) The 12-item Well-Being Questionnaire. Origins, current stage of development, and availability. Diabetes Care, 23 (6) 875.
General information
Purpose This questionnaire is designed to measure general well-being, including negative well-being, energy and positive well-being. It was developed in the early 1990s from the longer parent version (W-BQ22) as a short-form with a balanced selection of positive and negative items. It is widely used in clinical trials and other studies.
Domain(s) Positive Affect
Target population Adult
Number of items 12
Administration format self-report
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Alternate forms

Developed from the W-BQ22

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