Loneliness at School
The Loneliness at School scale was developed by Kochenderfer-Ladd and Wardrop in 2001. The origin of this scale is basically from a scale Loneliness and Social Satisfaction scale which was developed by Cassidy and Asher in 1992. This scale is used to measure the level of social interactions and loneliness of children at school level. It consists of only five items and is used with children of age between five to eleven years.