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The FFMQ, revised from the Kentucky Inventory of Mindfulness Skills, is used to assess the construct of mindfulness. Previous research on assessment of mindfulness by self-report suggests that it may include five component skills: observing, describing, acting with awareness, nonjudging of inner experience, and nonreactivity…Read More
Dietary habits are a key variable in health. Dietary recall is the process of recording what participants have eaten. It can be an honorous process for participants and expensive for researchers. There are various dietary recall tools, including the ASA24. The ASA24 collects self-report data…Read More
This assessment gives participants who use marijuana or cannabis the opportunity to answer questions about their use, and whether their use may be classified as worrisome from a dependence perspective. Questions examples include: Did you ever think your use of cannabis was out of control? Did…Read More
Cannabis Expectancy Questionnaire (CEQ) in adult cannabis or marijuana users. It covers both positive and expectancy. The questionnaire asks a series of questions, primarily oriented around mental, social and behavioral beliefs like: I get better ideas when smoking cannabis When smoking cannabis, I feel out…Read More
This assessment measures what participants think about marijuana, regardless of what other people might think and regardless as to whether the participant has had actual marijuana experiences before. The highly reliable scale is applicable to nearly any kind of audience and covers the participant’s beliefs…Read More
From the source journal article: The aim of this project was to develop an instrument to measure the use of safe sex practices among adolescents and to conduct an initial evaluation of the psychometric properties of the instrument. The Safe Sex Behavior Questionnaire (SSBQ) was…Read More
In an effort to find/create a fairly universal assessment on attitudes of HIV/AIDS that would be equally applicable in a rural African and Urban America, we came upon a questionnaire available on the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Zimbabwe website. There is no attribution, but we…Read More