Online version of the Oxford Happiness Questionnaire (OHQ) by Michael Argyle and Peter Hills (2002) is a compact scale for the measurement of psychological well-being. An improved instrument has been derived from the Oxford Happiness Inventory (OHI) by Argyle, Martin, and Crossland (1989), which is also available.
Authors: M. Argyle, P. Hills (2002)
Test is provided for educational and entertainment use only. It is not intended to be a psychological advice of any kind, and come without any guarantee of accuracy or validity. Assesment is free and anonymous. You can save the direct link to your results.
- M. Argyle, P. Hills. The Oxford Happiness Questionnaire: a compact scale for the measurement of psychological well-being // Personality and Individual Differences, 2002. 33/7
- M. Argyle, M. Martin, J. Crossland. Happiness as a function of personality and social encounters // Recent advances in social psychology: An International perspective, 1989