Measuring Supportive and Unsupportive Responses During Cancer Treatment: A Factor Analytic Assessment of the Partner Responses to Cancer Inventory

@article{Manne2001MeasuringSA,
  title={Measuring Supportive and Unsupportive Responses During Cancer Treatment: A Factor Analytic Assessment of the Partner Responses to Cancer Inventory},
  author={Sharon L Manne and Robert Schnoll},
  journal={Journal of Behavioral Medicine},
  year={2001},
  volume={24},
  pages={297-321}
}
This study examined the psychometric structure of a measure of positive and negative spouse responses to individuals with cancer, the Partner Responses to Cancer Inventory (PRCI). The forty-eight items were either developed by the authors or adapted from the Inventory of Socially Supportive Behaviors. Seven a priori subscales of the PRCI, four positive support scales and three negative spouse behavior scales, were hypothesized. The instrument was administered to 304 cancer patients undergoing… CONTINUE READING
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