Number of unique resources found: 12
Description: This surveillance tool was created to gather information about the health and health practices of randomly selected individuals. This project is conducted by local health departments with assistance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Description: This resource provides an overview of quality developmental and behavioral screening tools, including where to get them and how much they cost. Tests included in the discussion are those with national standardization, proven reliability, and validation against a range of quality diagnostic measures.
Author: Hamilton, J.
Description: This tool, available through CART, was designed to measure internality-externality of locus of control specific to communication situations.
Author: Duran, R.L.
Description: This tool, available through CART, was designed to measure the ability to perceive socio-interpersonal relationships and adapt one's interaction goals and behaviors accordingly. Some of the variables associated with the scale are: communication apprehension, shyness, loneliness, communication satisfaction, attraction, cognitive complexity, interaction involvement, and androgyny.
Author: Ruben, Brent
Description: This tool, available through CART, was designed to measure intercultural communication competence. Seven elements are measured: display of respect, interaction posture, orientation to knowledge, empathy, role behaviors, interaction management, and tolerance of ambiguity.
Author: Craig, A.R.; G. Andrews; J. A. Franklin
Description: This tool, available through CART, was designed to measure the propensity to relapse after behavior modification takes place. It consists of 17 items rated on a 6-point Likert-type scale.
Description: This Harvard Family Research Project guide describes a select set of instruments and tools that can be obtained and used for on-the-ground program evaluation. Whether you are conducting first-time internal evaluations or large-scale national studies, these evaluation instruments can be used to assess the characteristics and outcomes of your programs, staff, and participants, and to collect other key information. Indicates how to obtain the instrument, and whether there is a cost for it.
Description: This questionnaire assesses several dimensions of motivation related to learning, such as goal orientation and self-efficacy and has been used with a range of subjects and ages.
Author: Levenson, Hannah
Description: This tool, available through CART, uses three separate scales used to measure one's locus of control:Internal Scale (I), Powerful Others Scale (P), and Chance Scale (C).
Author: Rahdert, E.
Description: This tool, available through CART, is a 139-item self-report rating instrument that assesses substance abuse problems, physical health status, mental health status, family relationships, peer relationships, educational status, vocational status, social skills, leisure and recreations, and aggressive behavior/delinquency. It is intended as a screening tool to identify problems in need of further assessment.
Author: Grote, G.
Description: This tool, available through CART, was developed to study the achievement motivation of college students by analyzing their self-reported behavioral response to 30 achievement situations. Situations cover four main types of settings: academic, social, job-related, and athletic.
Author: Heatherton, Todd
Description: This tool, available through CART, was designed to measure measuring clinical changes in self-esteem, and to assist in the untangling the relationship between mood and self-esteem.