- 18-42 aged mental patients,before and after psychotherapy, Netherlands, 199?
- Survey name
- Unnamed study
- N = 114
- Non Response
- Questionnaire: paper
- Authors's Label
- Sense of fulfilment: Life Regard Index Fulfillment
- Our Classification
- Error Estimates
- Cronbach alpha .87
- The author randomized the order of the 14 items to avoid possible effects of mood induction due to the subsequent presentation of the positive or negative items separately
- Selfreport on 14 questions:
a. I have real passion in my life.
b. I really feel good about my life.
c. Living is deeply fulfilling.
d. I feel that I am living fully.
e. I feel that I'm really going to attain what I want in life.
f. I get so excited by what I'm doing that I find new stores of energy I didn't know that I had.
g. When I look at my life I feel the satisfaction of really having worked to accomplish something.
h. I don't seem to be able to accomplish those things that are really important to me.
i. Other people seem to feel better about their lives than I do.
j. I have a lot of potential that I don't normally use.
k. I spend most of my time doing things that really aren't very important to me.
l. Something seems to stop me from doing what I really want to do.
m. Nothing very outstanding ever seems to happen to me.
n: I don't really-value what I'm doing.
Observed Relation with Happiness
This correlation with the Fullfillment subscale is significantly stronger than with the Framework subscale (sense of purpose).
- Life regard Framewwork (sense of purpose)
- Psychological distress
- Self esteem