Menopause Symptom Assessment (MSA) - 1994
Headley, Judith A
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The Menopause Symptom Assessment (MSA) was developed by researcher Judith A. Headley as a 32 item, 16-symptom Likert scale which measures the frequency of the symptom separately from the severity, or distress caused by the symptom. The MSA also includes two open-ended questions.
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