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Afterward, it has been ask to them to complete the demographic form followed by Center for Epidemiological Studies Scale for Depression Subjective Happiness Scale and Satisfaction with Life Scale.
Thus, the main purpose of this study was to explore the measurement invariance of the Satisfaction With Life Scale (SWLS) by country, gender, and age.
ECR-R = Experiences in Close Relationships-Revised, with the subscales AX = Anxiety and AV = Avoidance; CES = Coping Self-Efficacy Scale, with the subscales PFC = Use Problem-Focused Coping, SFF = Get Support From Friends and Family, and SUET = Stop Unpleasant Emotions and Thoughts; CSES = Career Search Efficacy Scale, with the subscales JS = Job Search, IE = Interviewing, NE = Networking efficacy, and PE = Personal Exploration; SWLS = Satisfaction With Life Scale.
Life satisfaction was measured by the Satisfaction with Life Scale, which consists of five items measuring a person's subjective evaluation of his or her life (Diener, Emmons, Larsen, & Griffin, 1985).
Durak M, Senol-Durak E, Gencoz T, 2010, Psychometric properties of the satisfaction with life scale among Turkish university students, correctional officers, and elderly adults.
Psychometric properties and validation of the Satisfaction with Life Scale in psychiatric and medical outpatients in Malaysia [Supplement].
The following instruments were used to conduct the study: the original questionnaire about Internet using and Facebook; the Facebook Addiction Test (FAT) [10], which is a 20-item questionnaire; a self-assessment test [11]; the Satisfaction with Life Scale (SWLS) [12].
To assess construct validity, correlations between the final full scale IRRBS and subscales and the Satisfaction With Life Scale (SWLS; Diener, Emmons, Larsen, & Griffin, 1985), the Life Satisfaction Scale (LSS; Lounsbury, Saudargas, & Gibson, 2004), the Psychological Well-Being Scale (PWB; Ryff, 1989), and the anxiety, depression, and overall distress modules/item on the Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ; Spitzer, Kroenke & Williams, 1999) were calculated (Messick, 1989).
They named this new scale the Temporal Satisfaction with Life Scale (TSLS).
Participants and Method: One hundred older adults between the ages of 60-90 years were assessed with the help of translated Urdu versions of Functional Impairment Scale (Weiss, 2000), Religious Gratitude Scale (Ahmed, 2010), and Satisfaction with Life Scale (Diener, Emmons, Larsen, and Griffin, 1985)
One scale was the satisfaction with life scale developed by Diener et al.