publication . Article . Other literature type . 1987

Assessment of Major and Daily Stressful Events During Adolescence: The Adolescent Perceived Events Scale.

Bruce E. Compas; Glen E. Davis; Carolyn J. Forsythe; Barry M. Wagner;
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  • Published: 01 Aug 1987 Journal: Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, volume 55, pages 534-541 (issn: 0022-006X, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: American Psychological Association (APA)
Abstract
Four studies were conducted to develop a measure of major and daily stressful events during adolescence, the Adolescent Perceived Events Scale (APES). Study I identified an item pool of events that were drawn from the open-ended reports of adolescents. In Study 2, multidimensional scaling analysis was used to identify the salient features of stressful events that were cognitively appraised by adolescents. Study 3 examined the test-retest reliability of the APES, and Study 4 examined the concurrent validity of the measure among older adolescents. Subsequent research is summarized that has shown the APES to be significantly related to behavior problems and psychol...
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free text keywords: Clinical Psychology, Psychiatry and Mental health, Reliability (statistics), Psychological testing, Psychology, Test validity, Developmental psychology, Multidimensional scaling analysis, Validity, Psychometrics, Concurrent validity
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publication . Article . Other literature type . 1987

Assessment of Major and Daily Stressful Events During Adolescence: The Adolescent Perceived Events Scale.

Bruce E. Compas; Glen E. Davis; Carolyn J. Forsythe; Barry M. Wagner;