So, I'm in a Personality psychology class and the professor has been talking about intensity and the hedonic scale. He had us take this positives and negative affect test (PANAS), but it gives two scores, a positive affective score and a negative affective score. I'm supposed to explain the scores in a short paper but neither the book nor his lecture discussed interpreting this test or even duel levels of positive and negative affect and, in fact, he gave us emotional affect on a single scale, while the test offered double scoring and the capacity to score low or high on BOTH positive and negative affect would imply TWO scales.
Can anyone explain this to me. How does one interpret two different scales?