For recent projects, measures, materials, data, etc. are often available on the Open Science Framework

The Nature Relatedness Scale assesses people’s subjective sense of connection with nature. This link provides additional information on the scale, items, and scoring for the full 21-item version (with 3 subscales) and a brief 6-item version. See also:

Nisbet, E. K., Zelenski, J. M., & Murphy, S. A. (2009). The nature relatedness scale: Linking individuals’ connection with nature, environmental concern, and behavior. Environment and Behavior, 41, 715-740.

Nisbet, E. K., & Zelenski, J. M. (2013). The NR-6: A new brief measure of nature relatedness. Frontiers in Psychology, 4:813.  doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00813

The Situations Questionnaire was developed to assess desire to engage in social (vs. non-social) situations controlling for the typical pleasantness confound, i.e., by balancing items across social and pleasantness dimensions.

Whelan, D. C., & Zelenski, J. M. (2012). Experimental evidence that positive moods cause sociability. Social Psychological and Personality Science 3(4), 430-437.

Predicting the future items provide a series of potential events relevant to undergraduate students. Likelihood ratings were sensitive to differences in mood states and correlated with emotion-related personality variables (e.g., extraversion, neuroticism, BAS, BIS, etc.). Positive and negative items are scored (averaged) separately; see also:

Zelenski, J. M., & Larsen, R. J. (2002). Predicting the future: How affect-related personality traits influence likelihood judgments of future events. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 28(7), 1000-1010.