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Table 7 Correlations between the Pemberton Happiness Index and the study variables

From: Construction and validation of a measure of integrative well-being in seven languages: The Pemberton Happiness Index

  Pemberton Happiness Index (11+1)
  Germany (n= 375) India (n= 393) Japan (n= 378) Mexico (n= 373) Russia (n= 402) Spain (n= 990) Sweden (n= 385) Turkey (n= 371) USA (n= 385)
SWLS .71 .59 .66 .50 .61 .52 .77 .51 .66
SHS .79 .69 .77 .73 .75 .69 .80 .71 .83
PANAS-P .64 .60 .61 .75 .46 .70 .73 .45 .67
PANAS-N -.57 -.33 -.46 -.54 -.48 -.43 -.60 -.45 -.48
SPWB          
 Self-acceptance .78 .65 .78 .72 .72 .74 .83 .69 .78
 Positive relations .55 .44 .62 .51 .45 .52 .67 .43 .62
 Autonomy .25 .31 .42 .46 .32 .39 .41 .25 .32
 Enviromental control .76 .61 .71 .68 .71 .71 .81 .62 .81
 Personal growth .48 .41 .63 .55 .41 .49 .52 .44 .50
 Purpose in life .73 .66 .74 .68 .71 .68 .76 .61 .76
SWDL .72 .76 .78 .75 .78 .76 .81 .75 .81
  1. Note. All correlations were significant (p < .001). SWLS = Satisfaction with Life Scale; SHS = Subjective Happiness Scale; PANAS = Positive and Negative Affect Schedules (P = Positive; N = Negative); SPWB = Ryff’s Scales of Psychological Well-Being (39-item version); SWDL = Satisfaction With Domains of Life.