Automatic thoughts questionnaire- Positive (ATQ-P)

1.    I am respected by my peers.
2.    I have a good sense of humor.
3.    My future looks bright.
4.    I will be successful.
5.    I’m fun to be with.
6.    I am in great mood
7.    There are many people who care about me.
8.    I am proud my accomplishments.
9.    I will finish what I start.
10.I have many good qualities.
11.I am comfortable with life.
12.I have a good way with others.
13.I am a lucky person.
14.I have friends who support me.
15.Life is exciting.
16.I enjoy a challenge.
17.My social life is terrific.
18.There’s nothing to worry about.
19.I’m so relaxed.
20.My life is running smoothly.
21.I’m happy with the way I look.
22.I take good care of myself.
23.I deserve the best in life.
24.Bad days are rare.
25.I have many useful qualities.
26.There is no problem that is hopeless.
27.I won’t give up.
28.I state my opinions with confidence.
29.My life keeps getting better.
30.Today I’ve accomplished a lot.
Positive Daily Functioning‚ Positive Self-Evaluation‚ Other Evaluation of Self‚ Positive Future Expectations
1 (“never”) to 5 (“all the time”)
Positive Daily Functioning (items 6‚ 7‚ 11‚ 13‚ 14‚ 15‚ 17‚ 19‚ 20and 29)‚ Positive Self-Evaluation (items 10‚ 21‚ 22‚ 23‚ 25 and 28)‚ Other Evaluation of Self (items 1‚ 2‚ 5 and 12)‚ Positive Future Expectations (items 3 and 4)

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