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Table of the percentage of respondents who scored within +/- 5, +/- 7.5 and +/- 10 points for each of the 5 dimensions and total wellness of the 5F-Wel, a wellness inventory for use among adolescent females aged 12 to 14 years

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The wellness construct has application in a number of fields including education, healthcare and counselling, particularly with regard to female adolescents. The effective measurement of wellness in adolescents can assist researchers and practitioners in determining lifestyle behaviours in which they are lacking. Behaviour change interventions can then be designed which directly aid in the promotion of these areas. The 5-Factor Wellness Inventory (designed to measure the Indivisible Self model of wellness) is a popular instrument for measuring the broad aspects of wellness amongst adolescents. The instrument comprises 97 items contributing to 17 subscales, five dimension scores, four context scores, total wellness score, and a life satisfaction index. This investigation evaluated the test-retest (intra-rater) reliability of the 5F-Wel instrument in repeated assessments (seven days apart) among adolescent females aged 12-14 years. This table shows the number of respondents who scored within ±5, ±7.5 and ±10 points for total wellness.

Geographical area of data collection

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Publications

Rachele, Jerome N., Cuddihy, Thomas F., Washington, Tracy L., & McPhail, Steven M. (2014) Reliability of a wellness inventory for use among adolescent females aged 12-14 years. BMC Women's Health, 14(87). http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/1472-6874-14-87

Research areas

Wellness
The 5-Factor Wellness Inventory
Adolescent
Reliability
Female
Test-retest
Inventory

Cite this collection

Rachele,Jerome. (2015): Table of the percentage of respondents who scored within +/- 5, +/- 7.5 and +/- 10 points for each of the 5 dimensions and total wellness of the 5F-Wel, a wellness inventory for use among adolescent females aged 12 to 14 years . [Queensland University of Technology]. https://doi.org/10.4225/09/5881a41964b54

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Connections

Has association with
Jerome Rachele  (Researcher)
Steven McPhail  (Researcher)
Tom Cuddihy  (Researcher)
Tracy Washington  (Researcher)

Contacts

Name: Dr Jerome Rachele

Other

Date record created:
2015-05-15T13:43:26
Date record modified:
2017-01-20T15:46:44
Record status:
Published - Open Access