Locus-of-Hope Data Macau University Students 2013

Published: 9 December 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/br544v7msw.1
Allan B I Bernardo


The data are responses of 558 Chinese students from the University of Macau who answered questionnaires from March to October 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. The questionnaire was ini Chinese, written in traditional orthography. 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 the University of Macau Department of Psychology research participants poo, from March to October 2013. The survey was administered online using the university's SONA system, with one fixed sequence in the order of the scales and scale items. All participants indicated their informed consent in the online survey, and were given partial course credit for their participation. 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, University of Macau


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


Research Services and Knowledge Transfer Office, University of Macau