Students` Life Satisfaction Scale

1. My life is going well
2. My life is just right
3. I would like to change many things in my life
4. I wish I had a different kind of life
5. I have a good life
6. I have what I want in life
7. My life is better than most kids
 
This instrument can be found on page 128 of “Health-Promoting Behaviors and Subjective Well-Being among Early Adolescents”. Available online at: http://scholarcommons.usf.edu/etd/3341
 
1= Strongly Disagree‚ 2=Mostly Disagree‚ 3=Mildly Disagree‚ 4=Mildly Agree‚ 5=Mostly Agree‚ 6=Strongly Agree
 

Huebner‚ E.S. (1991). Initial development of the Students‟ Life Satisfaction Scale. School Psychology International‚ 12‚ 231-240.

Huebner‚ E.S. (1995). The Students‟ Life Satisfaction Scale: An assessment of psychometric properties with black and white elementary school students. SocialIndicators Research‚ 34 (3)‚ 315-323.

Huebner‚ E. S.‚ & Alderman‚ G. L. (1993). Convergent and discriminant validation of a children’s life satisfaction scale: Its relationship to self- and teacher-reportedpsychological problems and school functioning. Social Indicators Research‚ 30‚71-82.

Shaffer-Hudkins‚ Emily J.‚ “Health-Promoting Behaviors and Subjective Well-Being among Early Adolescents” (2011). Graduate Thesesand Dissertations.