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The Social Readjustment Rating Scale.
  • T. Holmes, R. Rahe
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of psychosomatic research
  • 1 August 1967
IN PREVIOUS studies [l] it has been established that a cluster of social events requiring change in ongoing life adjustment is significantly associated with the time of illness onset. Similarly, theExpand
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Seriousness of illness rating scale.
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Life change and illness susceptibility
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Psychosocial factors in athletic injuries: development and application of the social and athletic readjustment rating scale (SARRS).
The possible role of psychosocial factors in athletics, namely football injuries, is examined. Initially Holmes and Rahe's Social Readjustment Rating Scale (SRRS) was modified to the Social andExpand
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The Social Readjustment Rating Scale: a cross-cultural study of Japanese and Americans.
BEGINNING in this laboratory in 1949, a systematic study of the quality and quantity of life events empirically observed to cluster at the time of disease onset has been carried out in over 5000Expand
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Magnitude of Life Events and Seriousness of Illness
&NA; A study investigating the relationship between the quantity of life change that patients have undergone during the 2 years before the onset of their illness, and the seriousness of that illness,Expand
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SOCIAL STRESS AND ILLNESS ONSET.
With one exception, illness onset is dated by inittal recognttion of symptoms judged by experts to be associated with the particular diseases. Seven patient samples, representing 5 distinct medicalExpand
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Quantitative study of recall of life events.
QUESTIONNAIRE and interview protocols designed to elicit information about an individual’s personal and social history (as in the medical or psychiatric interview) are usually assumed to derive validExpand
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Magnitude estimations of social readjustments.
IN PREVIOUS studies [l-5] it had been established that a cluster of social events requiring change in ongoing life adjustment was significantly correlated with the time of illness onset. It had beenExpand
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The Social Readjustment Rating Scale: a cross-cultural study of Western Europeans and Americans.
Abstract The Social Readjustment Rating Questionnaire was administered to French, Belgian and Swiss samples via a French language translation. A very high concordance between all Europeans wasExpand
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