主観的健康感尺度(SUBI)日本語版の作成と、信頼性、妥当性の検討 Production of The Subjective Well-being Inventory Japanese Edition: It's Reliability and Validity
The purpose of the present study was that the Subjective Well-being Inventory (SUBI) which produced by Sell et al. (1992) was translated into Japanese and confirmed its reliability and validity. The questionnaire was administered for 229 subjects. The results of its factor analysis indicated that the scale had composed with 7 subscales: (1) General happiness, (2) Upsetability, (3) Social support, (4) Physical illhealth, (5) Family group support, (6) Deficiency in social contacts, (7) Confidence in coping. Five subscales except “Physical ill-health” and “Confidence in coping” had a higher coefficient of reliability.<br> The “General happiness” and “Confidence in coping” had positive correlation with positive affects that measured by Profile of Mood States (POMS). The “Upsetability” and “Physical ill-health” had positive correlation with negative affects. New patients of psychoneurotic had lower perception of happiness and coping than the normal subjects.
健康心理学研究 8(2), 12-19, 1995