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Table 3 Descriptive Statistics for SLSS, PANAS, BFI-10, and GPA

From: Assessing the wellbeing of Chinese university students: validation of a Chinese version of the college student subjective wellbeing questionnaire

  Range (possible) Mean (SD) Skewness (SE) Kurtosis (SE) Cronbach’s alpha
SLSS 5–30 (5–30) 21.94 (4.327) − .656 (.153) 1.068 (.306) .881
PANAS      
Positive affect 10–50 (10–50) 32.72 (5.917) .178 (.154) .901 (.306) .846
Negative affect 10–46 (10–50) 23.54 (6.748) .403 (.154) − .043 (.306) .863
BFI-10      
Extraversion 2–10 (2–10) 6.38 (1.878) − .051 (.153) − .534 (.306) .672
Agreeableness 3–10 (2–10) 7.33 (1.474) − .402 (.153) .353 (.306) .294
Conscientiousness 2–10 (2–10) 6.40 (1.539) − .073 (.153) .031 (.306) .397
Neuroticism 2–10 (2–10) 5.94 (1.753) .116 (.153) − .233 (.306) .502
Openness 3–10 (2–10) 7.94 (1.615) − .725 (.153) .158 (.306) .469
GPA 1–5 (1–5) 3.37 (.810) − .499 (.153) 1.184 (.306)
  1. SLSS = Students’ Life Satisfaction Scale; PANAS = Positive and Negative Affect Schedule; BFI-10 = 10-Item Big Five Personality Inventory; GPA = grade point average; SE = standard error. N = 252, except for PANAS, N = 251