Cross-national reliability, concurrent validity, and stability of a brief method for assessing expressed emotion.

@article{Leeb1991CrossnationalRC,
  title={Cross-national reliability, concurrent validity, and stability of a brief method for assessing expressed emotion.},
  author={B Leeb and Kurt Hahlweg and Michael J. Goldstein and Elias Feinstein and Ulrike Mueller and Michael Dose and A Maga{\~n}a-Amato},
  journal={Psychiatry research},
  year={1991},
  volume={39 1},
  pages={25-31}
}
The Five-Minute Speech Sample (FMSS; Magana et al., 1986) is a brief method designed to assess the "expressed emotion" (EE) status of a respondent. The FMSS-EE rating is derived from statements made by a patient's key relative during a 5-minute monologue, with codes similar to those used in the original EE rating system (e.g., criticism and emotional… CONTINUE READING