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