This journal advances well-being assessment theory, research and practice across domains and cultures, bringing together different assessment fields and theories around the common topic of well-being, and offering new insights and advances on well-being assessment.
Articles report on the development of new measures, and the adaptation of existing ones, as well as assessment literature reviews. Contributions focused on the cross-cultural adaptation of existing instruments include evidence concerning measure validity and application potential. Also included are articles on new well-being measures grounded in local traditions or suited for international comparisons.
The journal is an essential tool for researchers and professionals in a variety of disciplines involved in well-being assessment, evaluation, testing, and application, including psychology, sociology, education, health studies, social work, economics and related social and behavioral sciences.
- Advances well-being assessment theory, research and practice across domains and cultures
- Reports on the development of new measures, the adaptation of existing ones and more
- An essential tool for researchers and professionals in a variety of disciplines
- Ingrid Brdar
- Publishing model
- Hybrid. Open Access options available
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- 6,896 (2018)
The Effect of Rating Scale Length on the Occurrence of Inappropriate Category Use for the Assessment of Job Satisfaction: an Experimental Online Study
The German Version of the PERMA-Profiler: Evidence for Construct and Convergent Validity of the PERMA Theory of Well-Being in German Speaking Countries
Authors (first, second and last of 4)
Study of the Mental Health Continuum Short Form (MHC-SF) amongst French Workers: a Combined Variable- and Person-Centered Approach
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