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The most commonly used of these tests are: The General Health Questionnaire (GHQ) in versions containing either 60, 30, 28 or 12 items. (Goldberg, 1979) The Crown-Crisp Experiential Index (CCEI) formerly the Middlesex Hospital Questionnaire (Crown and Crisp, 1979). (MHQ) The Beck Depression Scale (Beck, 1961, 1967) The Taylor Manifest Anxiety Scale (Taylor, 1953) All of these tests are extremely useful especially in clinical studies and the possibility of using comparable measures of this kind in multi-national concerted action researches may begin to elucidate the apparently potent role of these major psychological aspects of breakdown in adaptation and the onset of illness.
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How do the psychological measures relate to each other within tests and between tests? 8. Do we need another test? 9. Have we adequate theories, constructs or models of processes to support the tests? 10. Are these models as well elaborated for the psychological processes as for the biological processes and vice-versa? 11. Are the psychological measures applicable, useful and acceptable in the clinic, in field-work, in laboratory studies or in only one or some of these? 12. Can they be applied conveniently to large populations?
Breakdown in Human Adaptation to ‘Stress’: Towards a multidisciplinary approach Volume I by John Cullen (auth.), J. Cullen, J. Siegrist, H. M. Wegmann (eds.)