Neutral Objects Satisfaction Questionnaire (NOSQ)

1.    The city in which you live
2.    The house or apartment in which you live
3.    The area of the city in which you live
4.    The high school you attended
5.    The climate where you live
6.    The movies being produced
7.    Local political situation
8.    National political situation
9.    Our foreign policy
10.Your last job
11.Food prices
12.Today’s automobiles
13.Opportunities to get ahead
14.Local newspapers
15.Automobile prices
16.The last suit you bought
17.The amount of time you have for recreation
18.Your last boss
19.The college you attended
20.Your first name
21.The people you know
22.Radio programs
23.Television programs
24.Local speed limits
25.The way people drive
26.The way local traffic is handled
27.Your present job
28.Advertising methods
29.The way you were raised
30.Telephone service
31.Income tax
32.Public transportation
33.General public attitude toward voting
34.The school your child is attending
35.Restaurant food
36.Sales tax
37.Women’s clothing styles
39.Contemporary art
40.Popular music
41.Movie censorship
42.Book censorship
43.8½” x 11″ paper
44.Your telephone number
Judge & Hulin‚ 1993
1.    The city in which you live
2.    The residence where you live
3.    The neighbors you have
4.    The high school you attended
5.    The climate where you live
6.    The movies produced today
7.    The quality of food you buy
8.    Today’s cars
9.    Local newspapers
10.Your relaxation time
11.Your first name
12.The people you know
13.Television programs
14.Local speed limits
15.The way people drive
17.The way you were raised
18.Telephone service
19.Public transportation
20.Restaurant food
22.Modern art
23.Popular music
24.8½” x 11″ paper
25.Your telephone number
1= Dissatisfied‚ 2= Neutral‚ 3= Satisfied

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Judge‚ T. A.‚ & Hulin‚ C. L. (1993). Job satisfaction as a reflection of disposition: A multiple‑source causal analysis. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes‚ 56‚ 388-421.

Eschleman‚ Kevin J.‚ Bowling‚ Nathan A. (2011). A Construct Validation of the Neutral Objects Satisfaction Questionnaire (NOSQ). J Bus Psychol‚ 26:501–515