adjective checklist

adjective checklist

in psychometrics, a list of adjectives that can be endorsed as applying or not applying to oneself or others.
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The brief mood assessment tools used were the Multiple Affect Adjective Checklist (MAACL) for depression and the six-item anxiety subscale of the Brief Symptom Inventory.
Gough Creativity Adjective Checklist (ADCL: Gough 1979).
There were significant differences between males and females for self-rated creativity on the Creativity Adjective Checklist (male = 6.
First impressions of these organizations were expressed using a 24-item adjective checklist.
To investigate the haunting phenomena, the management prepared a sectioned floor plan of the house indicating noticeably "haunted" locations and listed a variety of personality trait characteristic adjectives from Gough's Adjective Checklist to describe each ghost.
In this study, personality characteristics of competitive caliber (elite) cyclists, recreational cyclists, and nonathletes were investigated using the Personality Adjective Checklist (PACL; Strack, 1987), the Coolidge Axis Two Inventory (CATI; Coolidge & Merwin, 1992), and the Profile of Mood States (POMS; McNair, Loft, & Droppleman, 1971).
Comprehension is especially important for instruments that have an adjective checklist format, where nonresponses due to inability to understand an item might be construed as inapplicability of that item.
This study uses the Adjective Checklist by Gough and Heilbrun (1983) to identify self-selected attributes of a sample of 44 elderly persons between the ages of 63 and 96 who live in a retirement facility in Southeastern United States.
Other measures included the opiate adjective checklist, which measures subjective effects and side effects, and the Visual Analog Scale.
Following the recording of the postsession EEG, saliva samples were collected for cortisol and the Depression Adjective Checklist (DACL) was administered.
Students were given a pamphlet containing four sheets of paper stapled in the following order: cover sheet, self-esteem scale, Racial Attitude Adjective Checklist (RAAC) for Caucasians, and RAAC for African-Americans.
Relationships among readability, reliability, and validity in a self-reported adjective checklist.