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New Health Concerns. Likert scale. Explanations > Social Research > Measurement > Likert Scale Description | Example | Question selection | Discussion | See also Description The Likert Scale is an ordered, one-dimensional scale from which respondents choose one option that best aligns with their view.

Likert scale

There are typically between four and seven options. Five is very common (see arguments about this below). All options usually have labels, although sometimes only a few are offered and the others are implied. A common form is an assertion, with which the person may agree or disagree to varying degrees. SLEEP/MOOD/ENERGY/MED LOG Daily for Week.

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Clinical Assessment Tool Collection - Center for Environmental Therapeutics. CET’s clinical assessment tools were designed and produced by the Clinical Chronobiology and Biometrics Research groups at Columbia University’s Psychiatric Institute.

Clinical Assessment Tool Collection - Center for Environmental Therapeutics

TestRE. Health References. HEALTH Reference Utilized. Well Health Reminders. Edu Test. Urinalyses. Health Publica. Biological Health. Prevalence. Prevalence or prevalence proportion, in epidemiology, is the proportion of a population found to have a condition (typically a disease or a risk factor such as smoking or seat-belt use).

Prevalence

It is arrived at by comparing the number of people found to have the condition with the total number of people studied, and is usually expressed as a fraction, as a percentage or as the number of cases per 10,000 or 100,000 people. "Point prevalence" is the proportion of a population that has the condition at a specific point in time. "Period prevalence" is the proportion of a population that has the condition at some time during a given period ("12-month prevalence", etc.), and includes people who already have the condition at the start of the study period as well as those who acquire it during that period.

Experiential avoidance. Experiential avoidance (EA) has been broadly defined as attempts to avoid thoughts, feelings, memories, physical sensations, and other internal experiences—even when doing so creates harm in the long-run.[1] The process of EA is thought to be maintained through negative reinforcement—that is, short-term relief of discomfort is achieved through avoidance, thereby increasing the likelihood that the behavior will persist.

Experiential avoidance

Importantly, the current conceptualization of EA suggests that it is not negative thoughts, emotions, and sensations that are problematic, but how one responds to them that can cause difficulties. In particular, a habitual and persistent unwillingness to experience uncomfortable thoughts and feelings (and the associated avoidance and inhibition of these experiences) is thought to be linked to a wide range of problems.[2] Background[edit] EA has been popularized by recent third-wave cognitive-behavioral theories such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Notes[edit] April Phools. AutoMEQ. Welcome to the Automated Morningness-Eveningness Questionnaire1 Our questionnaire gives you advice about your "circadian rhythm type.

AutoMEQ

" There will be 19 questions about your daily sleep-wake habits and the times of day you prefer certain activities. Answering should take only about 5-10 minutes. As soon as you finish, you will receive personalized feedback. For each question, select the answer choice that best describes you. AutoPIDS-SA. Michael Terman, PhD, Thomas White, MD, MS, MA, and Janet B.W.

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Williams, DSW New York State Psychiatric Institute and Department of Psychiatry, Columbia University This online questionnaire may help you decide whether to consult a clinician about depression, whether Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) may be your problem, and whether treatment -- with light, medication, negative air ionization, or psychotherapy -- should be considered. This is not a method for self-diagnosis, but it can help you assess the severity and timing of certain symptoms of depression.

You should answer these questions privately - for your personal use only. You may want to discuss your results with your doctor or therapist, and you will be able to print out your feedback at the end. AutoSIGH. Welcome to the AutoSIGH.

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Automated Structured Interview for the Hamilton Depression Rating Scale with Atypical Depression Supplement There are many gradations between major depression, minor depression, feeling blue and feeling normal. Ple. Human Self. Medica. The Slate Quiz. The Slate Quiz with quizmaster Ken Jennings: Play the news quiz for June 19. At the San Diego County fair this week, visitors sampled an appalling new delicacy: deep-fried Starbucks coffee.

The Slate Quiz with quizmaster Ken Jennings: Play the news quiz for June 19.

And in other food-debauchery news, a swanky hotel in Lucerne, Switzerland, has had such a hard time with guests wasting food that it's resorted to posting photos of starving children next to its buffet. If you're a glutton for knowledge rather than calories, you should have no problem polishing off this week's Slate News Quiz. Question 1 of 12 The New York Times reported Saturday that the Pentagon plans to deter aggression by deploying heavy weaponry for 5,000 troops where?

This would be the first American deployment of heavy equipment against Russian influence in Europe since the end of the Cold War. Question 2 of 12. Bone Densitometry (DEXA, DXA) What is a Bone Density Scan (DXA)?

Bone Densitometry (DEXA, DXA)

Bone density scanning, also called dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry (DXA) or bone densitometry, is an enhanced form of x-ray technology that is used to measure bone loss. DXA is today's established standard for measuring bone mineral density (BMD). An x-ray (radiograph) is a noninvasive medical test that helps physicians diagnose and treat medical conditions. Imaging with x-rays involves exposing a part of the body to a small dose of ionizing radiation to produce pictures of the inside of the body. X-rays are the oldest and most frequently used form of medical imaging. DXA is most often performed on the lower spine and hips. Take the photographic memory test. Why do some historical events become fixed in everyone's mind?

Take the photographic memory test

Discover the secret of flashbulb memory6 Some initial tests have suggested that quite a number of children, and perhaps adults too, have a special ability – something like a photographic memory, called “eidetic imagery”. This allows them to continue to ‘see’ an image, in detail, for a short while even after it is taken away. Bang Goes the Theory invites you to take part in a short test, which will reveal for the first time just how many people have this talent. Are you a defensive Pessimist? Take this quiz to find out!

Your-Life-Satisfaction-Score - Authentic-Happiness.com. Quizzes. Take any of the following quizzes, all based on scientific research, to learn more about yourself, your emotional makeup, and how you relate to others. The quizzes are also chock-full of practical tips for cultivating positive emotions and stronger relationships. Featured Quiz Empathy Quiz How well do you feel and understand what others are feeling? Emotional Intelligence Quiz. Holland_Code.pdf. Holland Code Assessment. Holland Code Quiz. Genomics. Biology. Temperamental. Enneagrammatica.

@ Ack! Seriously? Issues. Water Research. Water Revue. Subjective_Units_of_Distress_Scale_Handout.pdf. Anxiety and Depression Association of America, ADAA. PTSD Association Canada. Over the years a number of paper-and-pencil tests have been developed to assist clinicians and researchers in evaluating PTSD symptoms. If you have experienced, witnessed, or learned about an event that caused you to feel intense fear or helplessness, then completing these tests will help determine whether you might have PTSD. It is important to keep in mind that your self-assessment won't confirm whether or not you have PTSD. Only a trained mental health professional can provide you with a valid diagnosis of any mental health condition.

(Please note that the checklist below is for civilians. The assessment at the end of this page is for returning veterans.) PCL Test We have found that the Post Traumatic Stress Disorders Checklist (PCL) is particularly useful for self-assessment. Download the checklist to view, print and complete the checklist. Understanding Your Score: Total up the score for your completed PCL by adding together the numbers that correspond with the responses you circled.