Study Ingersoll -Dayton et al. (2004): study TH 1999
- 60+aged, Thailand, 1999
- Survey name
- Unnamed study
- N = 460
- Non Response
- Interview: face-to-face
- Authors's Label
- Interpersonal well-being
- Our Classification
- Interpersonal well-being index was created by confirmatory factor analyses and it is a mean of the harmony, interdependence and respect subscales.
- M=3.31 SD=0.52
- Self report on nine questions:
a: In your extended family, people get along well together.
b: Members of your extended family care about each other.
c: In your neighborhood, people are friendly to each other.
a: In your extended family, people can depend on each other for help.
b: People in your extended family take care of you.
c: Neighbors depend on each other.
a: Younger members of your extended family or other younger people obey you.
b: Younger members of your extended family or other young people talk and behave politely toward you.
c: Younger members of your extended family or other young people treat you with respect.
1: strongly disagree
4: strongly agree