A. Grob, R. Lüthi, F. G. Kaiser, A. Flammer, A. Mackinnon & A. J. Wearing
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Assesses various factors of subjective wellbeing, that is the state of bio-psycho-social health. This questionnaire is most frequently used in the context of clinical neuropsychology, e.g. to evaluate a course of treatment.
Using a six-point answer scale, respondents rate statements about their subjective wellbeing. Questions about the frequency of somatic complaints and emotional states are answered on a four-point scale. This yields information about the respondent’s general level of satisfaction and about negative mental states. Items can be skipped; those that have been answered can be corrected once.
One test form.
The following main variables are scored and summarized in two scales;
Positive attitude to life: Measure of a positive attitude to events and the belief that one is leading a meaningful life.
Self-esteem: Measure of general self-esteem.
Depressive mood: Measure of sadness, lack of energy and social withdrawal.
Love of life: Level of positive assessment of life.
Negative mental state
Problem awareness: Level of recognition of problems in one’s social and personal environment. Indicator of coping opportunity.
Physical ailments and reactions: Measure of the likelihood of various mental and physical ailments occurring.
Working time Confidence interval Profile analysis
Item analysis protocol Progress chart Special diagrammatic representation of results Personalized Word report
parallel test form
conforms to the
high level of test
wide norm spectrum
test form available for online presentation - open
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