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The MOS 36-Item Short-Form Health Survey (SF-36)
(MEDICAL CARE, 1992-06)
SF-36 was constucted to survey health status in the Medical Outcomes Study. The SF-36 was designed for use in clinical practice and research, health policy evaluations, and general population surveys.
The Ethical Reasoning Tools (ERT)
(Journal of Advanced Nursing V 25, 1997)
The ERT was developed to assess unprompted cognitive reasoning of nurses in response to an ethical case study and to broadly categorize the hypothesized components of that reasoning into three response levels; traditional, ...
MOS Social Support Survey 
A 19-item, multidimensional, self-administered social support survey. Includes four functional support scales: emotional/informational; tangible; affectionate; and positive social interaction. Developed for patients in ...
Attitudes Toward Health Care Teams- Heinemann
(Sage Publications Inc, 1999-03)
The Attitudes Toward Health Care Teams Scale has two subscales: Quality of Care/Process (14 items) and Physician Centrality (6 items). It can be used to measure team members perceptions of the quality of care delivered and ...
Readiness Interprofessional Learning Scale (RILS)
(Blackwell Science Ltd, 1999)
The Readiness Interprofessional Learning Scale (RILS) is designed to measure the attitudes of health professionals towards inter-professional learning. The original scale has three factors with 19 items that range on a ...
Social stigma: The affective consequences of attributional ambiguity
(Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1991-02)
The impact of social comparisons after failiure: The moderating effects of perceived control
(Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 1990)
Male partners' appraisals of undesired pregnancy and abortion: Implications for women's adjustment to abortion
(Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 1992-04)
Long-term effects of parent-to-child violence for women
(Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 1992-09)
Linking constructions vs. linking rules: evidence from French
(Berkeley Linguistics Society, 1993)