Questionnaires and Scales

Questionnaires & Scales in Positive Psychology: How to measure well-being, happiness, resilience, mindfulness and so on…

How To Measure Resilience With These 8 Resilience Scales

how to measure resilience at work and in adults

“Persistence and resilience only come from having been given the chance to work through difficult problems.” – Gever Tulley When we experience disaster, trauma, or distressing psychological issues, we usually react with grief and a range of negative emotions. This is, of course, a natural reaction to having our hopes […]

6 Research Factors for Running Positive Psychology Experiments

positive psychology experiments

In positive psychology, several types of research methods make studying well-being a legitimate endeavor. Some positive psychology experiments measure well-being, while others introduce variables that change a participants’ levels of well-being. These two general types of experiments offer several research factors, which this article unpacks. It is important to understand […]

Positive Psychology Surveys, Measures, and Questionnaires

happiness tests and surveys

Across the globe, the pursuit of happiness is a common thread in the human journey. Within the field of positive psychology, there is detailed evidence being gathered through surveys and questionnaires supporting the notion that we are able to improve our own happiness, both individually and collectively, through various mechanisms.  […]

The (First Ever!) Positive Psychology Practitioner’s Toolkit

positive psychology practitioners toolkit

When we asked the question in our positive psychology Facebook group, "What kind of resource would you like us to create next?" the response was overwhelmingly consistent: a list of PP exercises and interventions. This makes sense, as positive psychology exercises serve as an ideal vessel for putting PP into practice, […]