UCLA Loneliness Scale
UCLA Loneliness Scale Version 3
The UCLA Loneliness Scale is a commonly used measure of loneliness. It was originally released in 1978 as a 20 item scale. It has since been revised several times, and shorter versions have been introduced for situations where 20 questions are too much, such as telephone surveys.
UCLA Loneliness Scale Version 3 (English)
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