UCLA Loneliness Survey (Russel, 1996)

Please indicate how often each of the statements below is descriptive of you.
Never, Rarely, Sometimes, Often
*1. How often do you feel that you are “in tune” with the people around you?
2. How often do you feel that you lack companionship?
3. How often do you feel that there is no one you can turn to?
4 How often do you feel alone?
*5. How often do you feel part of a group of friends?
*6. How often do you feel that you have a lot in common with the people around you?
7. How often do you feel that you are no longer close to anyone?
8. How often do you feel that your interests and ideas are not shared by those around you?
*9. How often do you feel outgoing and friendly?
*10. How often do you feel close to people?
11. How often do you feel left out?
12. How often do you feel that your relationships with others are not meaningful?
13. How often do you feel that no one really knows you we11?
14. How often do you feel isolated from others?
*15. How often do you fee1 you can find companionship when you want it?
*16. How often do you feel that there are people who really understand you?
17. How often do you feel shy?
18. How often do you feel that people are around you but not with you?
*19. How often do you feel that there are people you can talk to?
*20. How often do you feel that there are people you can turn to?

Items with * are reverse coded.

Source: Russell, D. W. (1996). UCLA Loneliness Scale (Version 3): Reliability, validity, and factor structure. Journal of personality assessment, 66(1), 20-40.

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