- 11-14 aged in residential treatment followed 4 months, USA, 1996
- Survey name:
- Unnamed study
- N = 22
- Non Response:
The directions were first read aloud prior to completion of the survey. The participants were then allowed to complete the survey at their own pace, with supervisors present to respond to questions as necessary.
- Authors's label
- Residential treatment
- Our Classification
- Error Estimates
- Time 1: Cronbach's alpha=0,76 Time 2: Cronbach's alpha=0,70
- Life satisfaction was measured at two points of time of the residential treatment. Time 1: Upon first arrival Time 2: Between 4 to 7 months after arrival at institution
- Residential treatment in Father Flanagan's Boy's Home (FFBH) involves the Teaching-Family Model (TFM), in which a highly trained, married couple resides in a large, domestic home with eight school-aged children. The TFM emphasizes a normalized environment in which adolescents are taught a variety of socal, academic, and vocational skills using a token economy motivation system.
Observed Relation with Happiness
Time 2 : M=4,44 SD=0,80