Study enlisted 2,170 respondents that completed the final survey. The aggregated scores have a current standard deviation score of .2%.
Giving the accuracy in the testing of the 15 Passion Health Indicators (PHI) we now have the ability to measure a person’s subjective experience of passion to a 99.8% accuracy. This is ground breaking as this tool will now be able to support closing the Passion gaps we may face in life as individuals or in collective environments like schools workplaces.
Gender, geography, socio-economic background and culture did not appear to significantly influence the results. Study demonstrated that the higher a person’s Passion Health™ score was the better they did academically (performance), the more times they chose to show up (attendance), and reduced bullying and negative behaviours (incidences).
The lower a person’s Passion Health score was, the lower they did academically (performance), the less times they chose to show up (attendance) and had increased bullying and negative behaviours (incidences).