Profile of Mood States

Profile of Mood States

Psychology A 65-item questionnaire that assesses a person's moods–eg, anger, anxiety, confusion, depression, fatigue, vigor
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On day zero, the Profile of Mood States Second Edition (POMS 2) questionnaire was used to assess various mood states of the participants to establish a baseline; sexual behavior was assessed using the Derogates Interview for Sexual Functioning (DISF-SR) to determine baseline; and a hand grip strength dynamometer was utilized to assess baseline grip strength.
In addition, the CHMP noted that the data collected in the Phase 3 trial and extension study was suggestive of an improvement in inattention and mood symptoms as measured by the inattention subscale of the investigator-rated Attention Deficient Hyperactivity Disorder Rating Scale and the Profile of Mood States tool that was modified to be specific to PKU.
In a randomized, double-blind trial from 2007, consumption of probiotic-containing yogurt had no effect on Profile of Mood States in 124 subjects, although there was improved self-reported mood of those whose mood was initially poor.
Thus, when comparing individuals who did or did not use any sports modality, the use of Profile of Mood States (POMS) instrument generally reflects greater success in performance when there is the manifestation of higher values of vigor (positive factors) and lower values of tension, depression, fatigue, confusion, and anger that are associated with a depressed state (29), which represents what was commonly known as "iceberg profile" (34).
Exercise and Mood: A Selective Review and Synthesis of Research Employing the Profile of Mood States. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology.
The Profile of Mood States is a questionnaire commonly used to determine the overall mood state of study participants [42].
(2001) found associations between methadone deprivation and scores on the Profile of Mood States (POMS) questionnaire indicating increased anger, depression, tension, confusion, and fatigue.
The 36-item, 5-point interval-item (0 = not at all to 4 = extremely) Profile of Mood States (POMS) 2 short version measured FC mood states including tension, depression, anger, fatigue, confusion, and vigor (McNair & Heuchert, 2012).
While the Profile of Mood States can be a predictor of outcome, findings of the study do not suggest prediction of level of achievement (Beedie, Terry & Lane, 2000).
Change in mood state was measured using the Korean edition of the profile of mood states (K-POMS); K-POMS is an adaptation by Kim et al.
The Profile of Mood States (POMS) was employed as a state measure of mood and included six subscales: Tension, Depression, Anger, Vigor, Fatigue, and Confusion (McNair, Lorr, & Droppleman, 1992).
The Profile of Mood States (POMS) was used to evaluate mood.
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