Research also suggests that social stressors that tend to be more prevalent in lower SES environments (e.g., residential crowding, fear of crime, financial strain) are associated with lower perceived support (Evans et al., 1989; Lepore et al, 1991a, b, c) and that these social stressors contribute to reductions in reported levels of social
Social support from intimate and confiding relationships has received a great deal of attention; however, the study of the community as a relevant source of support has been comparatively lacking. In this article, we present a multidimensional measure of community support (Perceived Community Support Questionnaire, PCSQ). The MOS Social Support Survey 1993. Cathy D. Sherbourne, Anita Stewart. This paper describes the development and evaluation of a brief, multidimensional, self-administered, social support survey that was developed for patients in the Medical Outcomes Study (MOS), a two-year survey that was developed for patients with chronic conditions. Evaluation of the PRQ: A social support measure. In K. Barnard , P. Brandt , & B. Raff (Eds.), Social support andfamilies of vulnerable infants (pp. 59-97). White Plains, NY: March of Dimes Defects Foundation. Google Scholar The accurate assessment of psychological symptoms is an essential component of developing a helpful formulation regarding a client's difficulties. Psychological scales and measures play a role in diagnosis, hypothesis-testing,formulation, and ongoing assessments of client's progress in treatment. The MSSS is a slightly modified version of the Social Support Survey developed as part of the Medical Outcomes Study in order to assess perceived social support. (Sherbourne and Stewart, 1991) This instrument provides an assessment of several domains of social support including tangible support, emotional support, affective support, and
Background: Although the Personal Resource Questionnaire (PRQ 85-Part 2) has been widely used to measure perceived level of social support, results of psychometric evaluation of the measure with a Korean population are not currently available in the literature.
Social network* (network size), social activities (frequency) Low: 4 months: No effect: MacIntyre 18 (1999)/Canada: Elderly individuals: 22 - - - PRQ* - Functional ability (ECOG), health perception (HPQ) Low: 12 weeks: Effect for social support and well-being: McCorkle 27 (2008)/USA: Individuals with severe mental illness: 154 PRQ: The PRQ measures three dimensions of interpersonal relations a) to bully others (b) to be victimized by others and (c) to relate to others in a prosocial close Sign up to receive all the latest EEF news updates & resources Register for updates Michael Meehan, Bronwyn Massavelli, Nancy Pachana, Using Attachment Theory and Social Support Theory to Examine and Measure Pets as Sources of Social Support and Attachment Figures, Anthrozoös, 10.1080/08927936.2017.1311050, 30, 2, (273-289), (2017).
Brandt P, Weinert C. The PRQ social support measure. Nursing Res 1981;30:277-280. 2. Norbeck ]S, Lindsey AM, Carrieri VL. The development of an instrument to measure social support. Nursing Res 1981:264-269. 3. Procidano ME, Heller K. Measures of perceived social support from friends and family: Three validation studies. Am J Comm Psych 11;1983
Background: Social support is a key nursing variable. No review has yet systematically assessed the effectiveness of the personal resource questionnaire (PRQ) as a measure of perceived social support.. Purpose: This article reviewed nine previous studies that used the PRQ (Brandt & Weinert, 1981). Methods: Completed studies were identified through searches of indexes that included PubMed, the The PRQ--a social support measure. Brandt PA, Weinert C. The Personal Resource Questionnaire (PRQ) is a two-part measure of the multidimensional characteristics of social support. Part one provides descriptive information about the person's resources, the satisfaction with these resources, and whether or not there is a confidant. The Personal Resource Questionnaire (PRQ) is a 2-part measure of the multidimensional characteristics of social support. Part 1 provides descriptive information about the individual's resources, the satisfaction with these resources, and whether or not there is a confidant. Part 2 contains a 25-item Likert scale and a 5-item Self-Help Ideology scale. The Personal Resource Questionnaire (PRQ) is a two-part measure of the multidimensional characteristics of social support. Part one provides descriptive information about the person's resources, the satisfaction with these resources, and whether or not there is a confidant. Part two contains a 25-it