Translations

The Heartland Forgiveness Scale has been translated into many languages. Below are links to those translations and their authors. If you have translated the HFS into another language, please complete the contact form at the bottom of this page. When citing a translation of the HFS, please be sure to credit the translator(s) and to cite the original HFS.


Arabic

Dr. Mariam Alziadat, Professor Assistant Jordan University mariamalziadat_76@yahoo.com, m.ziadat@ju.edu.jo

*Note that a 5-point scale is used (versus the original 7-point scale) because it is more acceptable in a Jordanian environment.


Traditional Chinese

Sze-Yu Kuo, National Taiwan University, Department of Psychology szeyu.kuo@gmail.com

Yi-Wen Kung, Fo Guang University, Department of Psychology yykung@gm.fgu.edu.tw


Filipino

Charles Edward Florendo, M.D., FVHFS@yahoo.com

Florendo, C. G., Maglonzo, E.I. & Guizon-Bautista, T.T. (2013)  A Validation Study of the Filipino Heartland Forgiveness Scale.  The Filipino Family Physician, Volume 5 (No. 3), p139-143


Greek

Dr. Despina Moraitou, Cognitive Psychology School of Psychology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
chara333@hol.gr

Phone/Fax: +302310201372


Hindi

Gyanesh Kumar Tiwari, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, School of Humanities & Social Sciences gyaneshpsychology@gmail.com

Doctor Harisingh Gour, Central University (A Central University), Sagar, 470003, Madhya Pradesh, India


Indonesian

Tiffany Chandra, Student of Sanata Dharma University, Indonesia; majoring Psychology, tiffanychan6789.tc@gmail.com


Indonesian

Julia Suleeman, Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Indonesiajulia.suleeman@ui.ac.id

Zivana Sabili, Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Indonesiazivana.sabili@gmail.com

*Note that a 4-point scale is used (versus the original 7-point scale)


Japanese

Aya Osanai, Showa Women’s University

Masato Furukawa, Showa Women’s University

Osanai, A., & Furukawa, M. (2005). Development of a Japanese version of the heartland forgiveness scale. Annual Bulletin of Psychological Studies, Showa Women’s University, 8, 51-57.


Korean

Hyun-Gi Hong, Jung-Eun Lee (Department of Forensic Psychology, National Forensic Service)

Hyun-Gi Hong, Jin-Kyung Kim, Kyu-Heon Kang, Soo-Mi Lee, Myoung-Ho Hyun (Department of Psychology, Chung-Ang University)

Email: shueshue99@korea.kr


Lithuanian

Radvilė Ražauskaitė
LCC International University
Email: rrazaus12@students.lcc.lt


Persian

Farshad Lavafpoor Noori (2010)
Counseling Department, Tarbiat Moallem University, Karaj, Tehran, Iran.
Email: Lavafpoorf@yahoo.com 
Phone: 09365596299


Polish

Kinga Kaleta, Ph.D., Justyna Mróz, Ph.D.
Institut of Pedagogy and Psychology
The Jan Kochanowski University, Kielce, Poland

Email: k_kaleta@wp.pl


Spanish

Laura Y. Thompson, PhD
dr.thompson@heartlandforgiveness.com 


Spanish (Mexico)

B.A. Esther Jasqui Metta, Integrative Personalist Psychologyestherjatid@gmail.com

Marcelo José Villarreal Coindreau, P.h.D., Faculty of Psychology, Universidad Anáhuac México, Mexico, majovicoin@gmail.com


Tagalog

Patricia Geneva Windelband & Rachelle Ann Casis
Assumption College San Lorenzo, Makati, Philippines
Email: patricia.geneva@yahoo.com


Thai

Ruck Chunhakan, Counseling Psychology
Stinakarintravirot University, Thailand

Email: ruck_chun@hotmail.com


Turkish

ASLI BUGAY, Research Assistant
Department of Educational Sciences, Division of Psychological Counseling and Guidance
Middle East Technical University (METU), Turkey

Email: bugay@metu.edu.tr
Phone: 903122104029
Fax: 903122107967


Urdu

Riffat Sadiq Ph.D.
Institute of Clinical Psychology, University of Karachi, Pakistan
Project Director, Drug Free Nation, Pakistan

Email: dfn.pak@gmail.com


Urdu

Muhammad Mussaffa Butt
Lecturer, Department of Psychology
GC University, Lahore, Pakistan

Email: mussaffa@gmail.com, mussaffa@gcu.edu.pk
Phone: 0092 321 9443132


Urdu

Raisa Zubair, Rukhsana Kausar
Lahore College Women University (LCWU)