- Students. London, UK, 2001
- Survey name
- Unnamed study
- N = 234
- Non Response
- Questionnaire: paper
- Authors's Label
- Oxford Happiness Inventory (OHI)
- Our Classification
- Error Estimates
- Cronbach alpha: 0.92
- Argyle, Martin, and Crossland (1989)
Author's label Oxford Happiness Inventory
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Our classification Life-adjustment inventories, code L4.7
Operationalization 29 item "Oxford Happines Inventory"(OHI)
A I feel happy.
B I am particulerly optimistic about the future.
C I am really satified with anything in my life.
D I feel that I am in control of my life.
D I don't feel that life is particularly rewarding.
E I feel particularly pleased with the way I am.
F I never have a good influence on events
G I get by in life.
H I am interested in other people
I I find it easy to make decisions
J I find it easy to get started to do things.
K I mostly wake up feeling rested
L I feel energetic
M I think things have a particular "sparkle"
N I feel mentally alert
O I feel healthy
P I have warm feelings towards others
Q I have happy memories of the past
R I am often in a state of joy or elation.
S There is no gap between what I would like to do and
what I have done
T I can organize my time very well
U I have fun with other people
V I a cheerful effect on others
W I have a sense of meaning and purpose in my life
X I have feelings of commitment and involvement
Y I think the world is a good place
Z I laugh often
AA I think I look attractive
AB I find things amusing
Rated: (7) agree through to (1) disagree.
Observed Relation with Happiness
Negative Affect r=-.22