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Perceiving One’s Own and Others’ Feelings Around the World: The Relations of Attention to and Clarity of Feelings With Subjective Well-Being Across Nations

Reference
First Author: 
Lischetzke
Lischetzke, T., Eid, M., & Diener, E.
Year: 
2012
Volume: 
43
Number: 
8
1249
Last Page: 
1267
attention to feelings, clarity of feelings, meta-mood, subjective well-being, culture, individualism- collectivism
Ancillaries: 

None

Measure
Measure Name: 
None
Measure Description: 
Perception of both one’s own and others’ feelings: attention to own feelings, attention to others' feelings, clarity of own feelings, clarity of others' feelings.
Construct Name: 
Meta-mood
Number of items: 
8
Response Scale: 
The items were rated on 4-point frequency scales ranging from 1 (almost never) to 4 (almost always).

Attention to own feelings:

I pay attention to my feelings

I think about how I feel

Attention to others’ feelings:

I pay attention to other people’s feelings

I think about how other people feel

Clarity of own feelings: 

It is difficult for me to describe my feelings

I am not sure about what I actually feel

Clarity of others’ feelings:

It is difficult for me to describe other people’sfeelings

I am not sure about what other people actually feel

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