Psychometric measures of boredom: a review of the literature.

@article{Vodanovich2003PsychometricMO,
  title={Psychometric measures of boredom: a review of the literature.},
  author={Stephen J. Vodanovich},
  journal={The Journal of psychology},
  year={2003},
  volume={137 6},
  pages={
          569-95
        }
}
This research presents a review of the psychometric measures on boredom that have been developed over the past 25 years. Specifically, the author examined the Boredom Proneness Scale (BPS; R. Farmer & N. D. Sundberg, 1986), the job boredom scales by E. A. Grubb (1975) and T. W. Lee (1986), a boredom coping measure (J. A. Hamilton, R. J. Haier, & M. S. Buchsbaum, 1984), 2 scales that assess leisure and free-time boredom (S. E. Iso-Ahola & E. Weissinger, 1990; M. G. Ragheb & S. P. Merydith, 2001… CONTINUE READING

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