MUNSH

AcronymDefinition
MUNSHMemorial University of Newfoundland Scale of Happiness (psychology)
MUNSHMunitions Shelter Product
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The mean (sd) score of the MUNSH was 36.0 (9.0) and the mean scores of the positive factor (PA), negative factor (NA), positive experience (PE), and negative experience (NE) subscales were 29.9 (2.8), 25.4 (2.3), 34.0 (3.5), and 26.4 (3.0), respectively.
The absolute value of the correlations of the four MUNSH subscale scores with each other ranged from 0.29 to 0.60 (average of six correlations=0.44).
The MUNSH has been widely used for more than 25 years with college students, adults, and gerontological groups.
Analysis of the results of the MUNSH (Stones & Kozma, 1994) provided a measure of subjective well-being for female counselor educators.
Correlation analyses were conducted to assess the relationships between the MUNSH and the factors of the PMBCE.
Analysis of the results of the MUNSH provided a measure of subjective well-being of counselor educators.
Both questionnaires included structured variables pertaining to travel behavior, tour selection and planning, level of satisfaction with the tour experience, future travel plans, and the MUNSH. The MUNSH contains 24 items: five positive affect items (PA), five negative affect items (NA), seven items of positive experience (PE), and seven items of negative experience (NE).
Respondents' total MUNSH score, or level of psychological well-being, averaged 17.96 with a median of 18 on the first day of travel and 17.35 with a median of 18 on the last day of travel.
Happiness was measured by the Memorial University of Newfoundland Scale of Happiness (MUNSH) a 24 item self report rating scale which measures positive and negative affects and experiences (Kozma, Stones, and McNeil 1990).
Model of other scores correlated .01, ns, (-.01, ns) with the MUNSH, while the model of self scores correlated .36, p [is less than] .0001 (.47, p [is less than] .001) with the MUNSH.
A partir del concepto de BS integrado--rasgo y estado--ha sido disenada la Escala de Felicidad de la Universidad Memorial de Newfoundland (MUNSH), que concibe el BS como un factor bipolar donde concurren afecto y experiencia.
Respecto de los instrumentos para medir el BS, Liberalesso (2002) ofrece una revision de doce de ellos, la que, junto con la revision que aqui se presenta, permite sugerir que la Escala de Felicidad de la Universidad Memorial de Newfoundland (MUNSH) de Kozma y Stones (1980) aparece Newfound-land como la mas apropiada para el estudio de la felicidad en poblaciones de adulto mayor.