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    • Two Factor Index of Social Position 

      Hollingshead, August, B. (1957)
      Developed to estimate positions occupied by individuals within society's structure. Defines occupation and education as determinants of social position.
    • The Multiple Affect Adjective Checklist (MAACL) 

      Zuckerman, Marvin; Lubin, Bernard (Educational and Industrial Testing Service (EdITS), 1965)
      This scale measures a positively valence state/trait of low arousal, or calm. Adjectives included are happy, joyful, and pleasant.
    • Locus of Control Scale 

      Rotter, Julian B. (1966)
      Locus of Control Scale examines the extent of which people believe having a control (internal/external) over their life situations and their outcomes.
    • Self-Evaluation Questionnaire: STAI Form X-1 

      Spielberger, C.D.; Gorsuch, R.L.; Lushene, R. (1968)
      State-Trait Anxiety Inventory Self-Evaluation Questionnaire has statement which people have used to describe themselves. Used to measure how one feels at a particular moment.
    • Manual for the State-Trait Anxiety Inventory 

      Spielberger, C. D.; Gorsuch, R. L.; Lushene, R.E. (Palo Alto, CA: Consulting Psychologists Press, 1970)
      The State-Trait Anxiety Inventory contains separate self-report scales to measure two distinct anxiety concepts: state anxiety (A-State) and trait anxiety (A-Trait). The STAI A-Trait scale had 20 statements to ask how they ...
    • Two EITS Manual for the Profile of Mood States (1971 & 1992) 

      McNair, Douglas; Lorr, Maurice; Droppleman, Leo (1971 and 1)
      EITS Manual for the Profile of Mood States
    • The Symptom Checklist-90-R (SCL-90-R) 

      Derogatis, Leonard R (Clinical Psychometrics Research, 1975)
      The Symptom Checklist-90-R (SCL-90-R) used as a method for screening and detecting clinical symptoms or indicators of psychological distress.
    • Four Factor Index of Social Status [1975] 

      Hollingshead, A.B. (1975-01)
      Revision of the Two Factor Index of Social Position. Index includes these four factors: education, occupation, sex, and marital status. Includes description, coding and scoring information.
    • The CES-D Questionnaire, A Self Report Depression Scale 

      Centers for Disease Control (Centers for Disease Control, 1977)
      The CES-D Scale: A Self Report Depression Scale for Research for General Population
    • The Center for Epidemiological Studies-Depression (CES-D) Scale 

      Radloff, Lenore Sawyer (1977)
      The CES-D is an instrument to assess major symptoms of clinical depression which has well-estabilished concurrent and construct validity.
    • The measurement of uncertainty in illness 

      Mishel MH. (Journal of Nursing Research, 1981)
      Mishel Uncertainty in Illness Scale (MUIS) was developed to assess what events that hospitalized patients exposed to during their disease journey are perceived as ambiguous and uncertain.
    • Rhoten Fatigue Scale (RFS) 

      Rhoten, D. (1982)
      Rhoten Fatigue Scale (RFS) is a subjective rating scale established to measure a patient’s fatigue level.
    • Manual for the State-Trait Anxiety Inventory STAI (Form Y) ("Self-Evaluation Questionnaire") 

      Spielberger, Charles D. (Consulting Psychologists Press, Inc., 1983)
      Contents include: Acknowledgments, Introduction, Administration, Scoring and Norms, Develoment, Reliability, and Validity, Research with STAI, References and Appendices
    • The Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS) 

      Zigmond, A. S.; Snaith, R. P. (Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 1983)
      A self-assessment scale has been developed to detect states of depression and anxiety in the setting of an hospital medical outpatient clinic. The anxiety and depressive subscales are also valid measures of severity of the ...
    • Paternal-Fetal Attachment 

      Weaver, Ruth Harding; Cranley, Mecca, S. (Nursing Research, 1983)
      The Paternal-Fetal attachment scale adapted from the modified maternal-fetal attachment scale. It composed from 24-items with five sub-scales; differentiation of self from fetus, interaction with the fetus, attributing ...
    • Karnofsky Performance Status Scale 

      Schag, C.C., Heinrich, R.L., Ganz, P.A.; (1984)
      The Karnofsky Performance Status Scale (KPS) measures the level of patient activity and could provide an insight about patient readiness for some medical treatments or interventions.
    • Quality of Life Index: Cancer Version 

      Ferrans, C.; Powers, M. (1984)
    • Cancer Attitudes Questionnaire 

      Lebovits AH, Croen LG, Goetzel RZ. (1984)
      The Cancer Atiitude Questionnaire was developed to identify how the individuals look at the cancer and cancer patient and what are their attitudes.
    • Quality of Life Index: Development and Psychometric Properties 

      Ferrans, Carol E.; Powers, Marjorie J. (Advances in Nursing Science, 1985)
      The Quality of Life Index (QLI) was developed to measure quality of life in terms of satisfaction with life. The QLI measures both satisfaction and importance of various aspects of life.
    • The West Haven-Yale Multidimensional Pain Inventory (WHYMPI) 

      Kerns, Robert D.; Turk, Dennis C.; Rudy, Thomas E. (1985)
      The West Haven-Yale Multidimensional Pain Inventory (WHYMPI) is a self-report questionnaire which was developed to provide a brief, psychometrically-sound, and comprehensive assessment of the important components of the ...