Factor Stability of the Adam's Perceived Wellness Survey
Keywords:Perceived Wellness Survey, factor stability
LANGUAGE NOTE | Document text in English; abstract also in Chinese.
Composites of wellness have been conceptualized as having six, seven, eight, or more dimensions depending on the theoretical bias of individual scholar. This paper aims to introduce an instrument that can be used to evaluate the six dimensions commonly accepted as the basic essential elements of wellness and to report on the factor stability of the instrument with data collected from a sample of university students studying in Hong Kong. This instrument is the Perceived Wellness Survey developed by Adams and his associates.
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