Affectometer 2: A scale to measure current level of general happiness

@article{Kammann1983Affectometer2A,
  title={Affectometer 2: A scale to measure current level of general happiness},
  author={R. Kammann and R. Flett},
  journal={Australian Journal of Psychology},
  year={1983},
  volume={35},
  pages={259-265}
}
  • R. Kammann, R. Flett
  • Published 1983
  • Psychology
  • Australian Journal of Psychology
  • Affectometer 2 is a 5-minute inventory of general happiness or sense of well-being based on measuring the balance of positive and negative feelings in recent experience. Since this scale is directly derived from its parent scale, Affectometer 1, psychometric findings on the longer scale are reported along with initial data on Affectometer 2. These results indicate high reliability, high validity, and slight contamination by current mood and social desirability. Among the findings of special… CONTINUE READING
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