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Older adults’ generative acts: domestic
Function
Respect for older adults, family caregiving support, meaning in life
Relevance
Generativity, older adults' psychological well-being, goal disengagement
Target
Older adults
Respondent
Adult children
Feature
4 items in 4-point rating scale
Reliability
.897
References

Cheng, Sheung-Tak. (2009). Generativity in later life: Perceived respect from younger generations as a determinant of goal disengagement and psychological well-being. Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences64(1), 45-54.

 

Guo, Hao Yi, & Ngai, Steven Sek-yum. (2021). Validation of the Generative Acts Scale-Chinese Version (GAS-C) among Middle-Aged and Older Adults as Grandparents in Mainland China. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health18(19), 9950.

Children’s peer relationship
Function
Supportive services for children in divorced families, co-parenting education, parenting coordination
Relevance
Children’s well-being, psychological distress, psychopathological symptoms
Target
Children in post-separation or post-divorce families
Respondent
Parents
Feature
4 items in 3-point rating scale
Reliability
.68
References

Goodman, Robert, Meltzer, Herbert, & Bailey, Vanessa. (1998). The Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire: A pilot study on the validity of the self-report version. European child & adolescent psychiatry7(3), 125-130.

 

Lau, Yuk King, and Glenn Stone. (2018). “Difficult But Possible”: Evaluation study on the effectiveness of the co-parenting supportive service for divorced families in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Catholic Marriage Advisory Council.

Children’s prosocial behavior
Function
Supportive services for children in divorced families, co-parenting education, parenting coordination
Relevance
Children’s well-being, psychological distress, psychopathological symptoms
Target
Children in post-separation or post-divorce families
Respondent
Parents
Feature
5 items in 3-point rating scale
Reliability
.83
References

Goodman, Robert, Meltzer, Herbert, & Bailey, Vanessa. (1998). The Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire: A pilot study on the validity of the self-report version. European child & adolescent psychiatry7(3), 125-130.

 

Lau, Yuk King, and Glenn Stone. (2018). “Difficult But Possible”: Evaluation study on the effectiveness of the co-parenting supportive service for divorced families in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Catholic Marriage Advisory Council.

Hope scale: pathway
Function
Bereavement support, future-orientation, hope theory
Relevance
Therapeutic factor, hopelessness, cognitive processing
Target
Individuals
Respondent
Bereaved person
Feature
4 items in 8-point rating scale
Reliability
.89
References

Charles Richard Snyder, Cheri Harris, John R. Anderson, Sharon A. Holleran, Lori M. Irving, Sandra X Sigmon, Lauren, June Gibb, Charyle Langelle, and Pat Harney. (1991). The will and the ways: development and validation of an individual-differences measure of hope. Journal of personality and social psychology60(4), 570.

 

Chow Yin Man, Amy. (2010). The role of hope in bereavement for Chinese people in Hong Kong. Death Studies34(4), 330-350.

Hope scale: agency
Function
Bereavement support, future-orientation, hope theory
Relevance
Therapeutic factor, hopelessness, cognitive processing
Target
Individuals
Respondent
Bereaved person
Feature
4 items in 8-point rating scale
Reliability
.74
References

Charles Richard Snyder, Cheri Harris, John R. Anderson, Sharon A. Holleran, Lori M. Irving, Sandra X Sigmon, Lauren, June Gibb, Charyle Langelle, and Pat Harney. (1991). The will and the ways: development and validation of an individual-differences measure of hope. Journal of personality and social psychology60(4), 570.

 

Chow Yin Man, Amy. (2010). The role of hope in bereavement for Chinese people in Hong Kong. Death Studies34(4), 330-350.

Sense of gratitude
Function
Offender therapy, comparative criminology, positive psychology
Relevance
Affective traits, spirituality, religiousness, nonmaterialistic attitudes
Target
Individuals
Respondent
Offenders
Feature
6 items in 7-point rating scale
Reliability
.75
References

Michael McCullough, Emmons, Robert Emmons, & Tsang, Jo-Ann. (2002). The grateful disposition: a conceptual and empirical topography. Journal of personality and social psychology82(1), 112.

 

Vivian Wai Man Mak, Samuel Mun Yin. Ho, Regina Wing Yin Kwong, & Wing Ling Li. (2018). A gender-responsive treatment facility in correctional services: The development of psychological gymnasium for women offenders. International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology, 62(4), 1062-1079.

Preschool anxiety: separation anxiety of children in the community
Function
Promoting calmness, harmony, resilience
Relevance
Fear, irritability, nervousness
Target
Family
Respondent
Parents
Feature
5 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.64
References

Leung, Grace Suk Man, King Chi Yau, and Suet Ying Yuen. 2018. Validation of the Preschool Anxiety Scale-Traditional Chinese (PAS-TC) in Hong Kong. Applied Research in Quality of Life.14(2), 359-373.

Help from workfare to recipients in the community
Function
Promoting achievement, earnings, employment, self-sufficiency
Relevance
Poverty, responsibility, working
Target
Security
Respondent
Recipient
Feature
12 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.847
References

Tang, Kwong-leung, Bong-ho Mok, Chau-kiu Cheung, and Vivian Wei-quan Lou. 2005. An Evaluation Study of Intensive Employment Assistance Projects for CSSA and Near-CSSA Recipients. Hong Kong, China: Social Welfare Department.

Group social capital of residents in the community
Function
Promoting prosocial behavior, the common good, well-being, civic engagement
Relevance
Communitarianism, libertarianism, social inclusion
Target
Community
Respondent
Member
Feature
10 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.858
References

Mok, Bong-ho, Chau-kiu Cheung, and Steven Sek-yum Ngai. 2006. Professional Contribution to the Sustainability of Self-help Groups and Their Social Capital Created in CIIF Projects. Hong Kong, China: Community Investment and Inclusion Fund.

Help from workfare to friends
Function
Promoting achievement, earnings, employment, self-sufficiency
Relevance
Poverty, responsibility, working
Target
Security
Respondent
Recipient
Feature
12 items in 5-point rating scale
Reliability
.847
References

Tang, Kwong-leung, Bong-ho Mok, Chau-kiu Cheung, and Vivian Wei-quan Lou. 2005. An Evaluation Study of Intensive Employment Assistance Projects for CSSA and Near-CSSA Recipients. Hong Kong, China: Social Welfare Department.