Locus-of-Hope Data Filipino University Students 2013

Published: 9 December 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/3r6bb3tp85.1
Allan B I Bernardo,


The data are responses of 1,111 Filipino students from different universities who answered questionnaires in 2013. The data are raw responses to the following scales: Locus-of-Hope Scale (4 locus-of-hope dimensions), Life Orientations Test-Revised (optimism scale), Satisfaction with Life Scale, Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale, and Relational Self-Esteem Scale. Raw data have missing responses; no means or subscale scores are computed in the raw data. Demographic information include age, sex, belief in religion.


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Participants were recruited from different universities in the greater Metro Manila regions in 2013. The pen-and-paper survey was administered with one fixed sequence in the order of the scales and scale items. All participants indicated their informed consent in the online survey. The data-gathering procedures and survey questionnaire materials were reviewed and approved the University Reearch Ethics Committee of the University of Macau


De la Salle University


Psychology, Self-Esteem, Psychological Well-Being, Positive Psychology


Research Services and Knowledge Transfer Office, University of Macau

Project No. SRG014- FSH13-ABIB