Correlational findings

Study Jans-Beken (2018a): study NL 2016

Working aged (18-65), Netherlands, 2016
Survey name:
Unnamed study
N = 126
Non Response:
20 respondents.
Interview: telephone (CATI)
One-time on line questionnaire for demographic info, positive mental health, psychopathology and trait gratitude, followed by experience sampling with mobil phone.


Authors's label
Positive Mental Health (Mental Health Continuum Short Form)
Our Classification
Questionnaire consists of 14 questions that tap into the presence of different aspects of emotional, psychological and social well-being. (e.g. respectively: Did you feel satisfied with life?  Did you feel your life has a sense of direction or meaning to it? Did you feel that you belonged  to a community?

Observed Relation with Happiness

Happiness Measure Statistics Elaboration / Remarks A-AB-mi-mqr-n-7-d r = + p < .01 Positive correlation with Positive Affect: +.54.
Negative correlation with Negative Affect:

Positive correlation with Affect Balance (Positive minus Negative Affect) not reported, but implied.