The Relaxation Inventory: self-report scales of relaxation training effects.

@article{Crist1989TheRI,
  title={The Relaxation Inventory: self-report scales of relaxation training effects.},
  author={D A Crist and H C Rickard and Steven Prentice-Dunn and H R Barker},
  journal={Journal of personality assessment},
  year={1989},
  volume={53 4},
  pages={716-26}
}
The development of a self-report measure to assess the effects of relaxation training was examined. A rigorous statistical method of scale construction consisting of a modification of the scale discrimination technique was employed, resulting in a 45-item questionnaire representing three orthogonally derived scales. The three scales, Physiological Tension, Physical Assessment, and Cognitive Tension, demonstrated adequate internal consistency with KR20 reliability coefficients of .89, .95, and… CONTINUE READING