1. I have so much in life to be thankful for.
2. If I had to list everything that I felt grateful for‚ it would be a very long list.
3. When I look at the world‚ I don’t see much to be grateful for.*
4. I am grateful to a wide variety of people.
5. As I get older I find myself more able to appreciate the people‚ events‚ and situations that have been part of my life history.
6. Long amounts of time can go by before I feel grateful to something or someone.*
Items 3 and 6 are reverse-scored.
1 = strongly disagree‚ 2 = disagree‚ 3 = slightly disagree‚ 4 = neutral‚ 5 = slightly agree‚ 6 = agree‚ 7 = strongly agree
McCullough‚ M. E.‚ Emmons‚ R. A.‚ & Tsang‚ J. (2002). The Grateful Disposition: A conceptual and Empirical Topography. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology‚ 82‚ 112-127.
McCullough‚ M. E.‚ Emmons‚ R. A.‚ & Tsang‚ J. (2004).Gratitude in Intermediate Affective Terrain: Links of Grateful Moods to Individual Differences and Daily Emotional Experience. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology‚ 86(2)‚ 295–309.