The Environmental Reward Observation Scale (EROS): development, validity, and reliability.

@article{Armento2007TheER,
  title={The Environmental Reward Observation Scale (EROS): development, validity, and reliability.},
  author={Maria E A Armento and Derek Richard Hopko},
  journal={Behavior therapy},
  year={2007},
  volume={38 2},
  pages={107-19}
}
Researchers acknowledge a strong association between the frequency and duration of environmental reward and affective mood states, particularly in relation to the etiology, assessment, and treatment of depression. Given behavioral theories that outline environmental reward as a strong mediator of affect and the unavailability of an efficient, reliable, and valid self-report measure of environmental reward, we developed the Environmental Reward Observation Scale (EROS) and examined its… CONTINUE READING
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