Rapid Reports

Your resource for making life decisions about your mental wellbeing 

( Click Images To Receive Reports )

This Global Mind project aligns with the World Health Organization (WHO) definition of mental wellbeing which is broadly the ability of an individual to handle the normal stresses and adversities of life and contribute productively to society2. The project therefore does not inform on traditional views of happiness or life satisfaction but rather provides a more comprehensive and economically relevant perspective across the breadth of emotional, social and cognitive capabilities.

To this end, the project utilizes the Mental Health Quotient, or MHQ which captures perceptions of 47 aspects of mental capability and functioning on a life impact scale. Thus, individual judgement of how much a mental aspect impacts our ability to function must necessarily be within our individual context. For one person this may mean being able to carry out a particular type of knowledge work, while for another it may mean managing a household or performing physical labor. Furthermore, each person will have in their own mind what appropriate functioning looks like. Thus, mental wellbeing, as we measure it, inherently reflects an individual’s sense of how their inner state impacts their ability to function within their life context rather than an absolute of human mental function.

In addition, the assessment captures information on demographics, lifestyle factors, friend and family dynamics, and traumas and adversities, providing a rich context for understanding key drivers and risks.

Mental Wellbeing, Religion and the Love You Give

Mental State of the World 2023

Age of First Smartphone & Mental Wellbeing Outcome


Ultra-processed food consumption and mental wellbeing 

The Deteriorating Social Self in Younger Generations 

Adult Mental Wellbeing After Abuse and Assault in Childhood

The Debilitating Obsessive Thoughts and Guilt of Young Adults

Mental Wellbeing, Employment, and Productivity