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 tool for study consisted of 20 adjectives of the Adjective Checklist (ACL).
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).
The classroom Environment Scale developed by Trickett and Moos (I995) and 10 Adjective Checklist (Gough and Reilburn 1980) were administered on a sample of 58 male college students, and 62 young male University adults, belonging to middle class families.
The selected participants of the study reported self and each other on fifteen psychic needs via adjective checklist (Gough & Heilbrun, 1980).
Thirty participants in a counseling treatment group and 68 participants in a no-treatment control group completed the Brief Symptom Inventory and the Adjective Checklist at 2 separate times.
An adapted version of Adjective Checklist (Parveen, 1999), consisting of 128 items, was used to collect information from teachers and students regarding their perception about themselves and their counter parts.
First impressions of these organizations were expressed using a 24-item adjective checklist.
After reading the case study, they responded to questions about the client, an adjective checklist, and a demographic sheet, in that order.
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.
1992) studied images that psychology and medical students held about professional psychologists and The Adjective Checklist by Gough and Heilbrun (1983) these responses.