Which statement about the validity of well-being indicators is correct?
A. Life-satisfaction judgments have near perfect validity.
B. There is hardly any agreement between informant ratings by knowledgeable informants (e.g.
mother & father)
C. Average domain satisfaction judgments are about as valid as global life-satisfaction judgments.
D. Life-evaluations are more valid than emotion ratings (hedonic balance).
E. There is self-informant agreement for life-domains, but not for hedonic balance.
Not A because there is a lot of measurement error
NOT B there are agreements
C because .96 and .92 is pretty close
NOT D because .9 is still close .96 and .92. And also you should use both to conifrm each other
NOT E because there is Self-informant agreement
How much is learned, how much is innate.
Cant have high well being with out the first 3.