The Love Attitudes Scale: Short Form

@article{Hendrick1998TheLA,
  title={The Love Attitudes Scale: Short Form},
  author={C. Hendrick and Susan S. Hendrick and Amy Dicke},
  journal={Journal of Social and Personal Relationships},
  year={1998},
  volume={15},
  pages={147 - 159}
}
The Love Attitudes Scale (LAS) is a well-standardized measure of six of Lee's (1973) love styles. The LAS has six sub-scales, each with seven items. Several researchers have selected subsets of the items to create very brief versions of the LAS; however, no brief version has been fully validated. To satisfy the need for brief love scales, we selected the best four of seven items per subscale, using a large data collection, and began the process of restandardization. Three studies, with over… Expand
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