Positive and Negative Affect Scale for Children

1.    Interested
2.     Sad
3.     Frightened
4.    Excited
5.    Ashamed
6.    Upset
7.    Happy
8.    Strong
9.    Nervous
10.Guilty
11.Energetic
12.Scared
13.Calm
14.Miserable
15.Jittery
16.Cheerful
17.Active
18.Proud
19.Afraid
20.Joyful
21.Lonely
22.Mad
23.Disgusted
24.Delighted
25.Blue
26.Gloomy
27.Lively
 
This instrument can be found on page 129 of “Health-Promoting Behaviors and Subjective Well-Being among Early Adolescents”. Available online at: http://scholarcommons.usf.edu/etd/3341
 
1 = very slightly or not at all; 2 = a little; 3 = moderately; 4= quite a bit; 5 = extremely
 

Laurent‚ J.‚ Catanzaro‚ J.‚ Joiner‚ T.E.‚ Rudolph‚ K.‚ Potter‚ K.I.‚ Lambert‚ S.‚ et al.‚ (1999).A measure of positive and negative affect for children: Scale developmentand preliminary validation. Psychological Assessment‚ 11‚ 326-338.

Shaffer-Hudkins‚ Emily J.‚ “Health-Promoting Behaviors and Subjective Well-Being among Early Adolescents” (2011). Graduate Thesesand Dissertations.http://scholarcommons.usf.edu/etd/3341