For rating emotional responses to the everyday life events, 61 life events were tested by 528 normal persons by the method of paper and pencil questionairs. Among 528 respondents, 300 persons’ (men 150, women 150) were selected randomly and the reports were analysed statistically. The results were as follows; 1. Emotional responses of 61 life events were rated and the events were put in rank order according to the mean value of the em otional responses in negative sense. The most negatively responded life events were death of, spouse (M=17. 574) and death of child (M = 1 7 .481), and the least responded events were many trivial life events and desirable ones in positive sense, e.g. engagement of offsprings (M = 2.188) and promotion (M = 1.988) etc. 2. Average number of life events which had occurred during one year (1979) was 3.213 in man, 2.580 in woman, and 3.930 in total. 3. Among the occurred life events, death of a member of the family, reunion of separated spouses, hospital admission due to serious illness, involutional period, trivial legal problems, and moving house in the same city were significant by statistically. 4. By factor analysis, it was found that the factor most highly invested emotionally was related to bereavement (M=15. 528) and the least invested emotionally was related to to moving house(M=5.824).