The Existential Concerns Questionnaire (ECQ)-Development and Initial Validation of a New Existential Anxiety Scale in a Nonclinical and Clinical Sample.

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OBJECTIVE Existential anxiety (EA) is a construct that refers to fears that are provoked by core threats of human existence, such as death, meaninglessness, and fundamental loneliness. The objective of this study was to develop an EA measure that can be used in research and clinical practice. METHOD The Existential Concerns Questionnaire (ECQ) was… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/jclp.22474

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@article{Bruggen2017TheEC, title={The Existential Concerns Questionnaire (ECQ)-Development and Initial Validation of a New Existential Anxiety Scale in a Nonclinical and Clinical Sample.}, author={Vincent van Bruggen and P. M. ten Klooster and Gerben Westerhof and Jo{\"e}l Vos and Elian de Kleine and Ernst T. Bohlmeijer and Gerrit Glas}, journal={Journal of clinical psychology}, year={2017}, volume={73 12}, pages={1692-1703} }