Warwick-Edinburg Mental Well-being Scale
Warwick-Edinburg Mental Well-being Scale (WEMWBS)
To measure the psychological wellbeing Warwick-Edinburg Mental Well-Being Scale (Tannant et al., 2007) was used. This scale is consisted of I4 items covering both hedonic and eudaimonic aspects of mental health including positive affect (feelings of optimism, cheerfulness, and relaxation), satisfying interpersonal relationships, and positive functioning (energy, clear thinking, self-acceptance, personal development, competence, and autonomy). Individuals completing the scale are required to tick the box that best describes their experience of each statement over the past two weeks using a 5-point Likert scale (I = none of the time. 2 = rarely. 3 = some of the time, 4: often, all of the time).
The minimum score is I4 and the maximum score of scale is 70. All items are scored positively. The overall score for the WEMWBS is calculated by summing the scores for each item, with equal weights. A higher WEMWBS score, therefore, indicates a higher level of mental well-being. Tannant et al. (2007) found that Cronbach’s alpha coefficients for WEMWBS range from .89 to .91. While test-retest reliability was .85.
Warwick-Edinburg Mental Well-being Scale (WEMWBS) English
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