The Social Functioning Questionnaire: A Rapid and Robust Measure of Perceived Functioning.

@article{Tyrer2005TheSF,
  title={The Social Functioning Questionnaire: A Rapid and Robust Measure of Perceived Functioning.},
  author={Peter Tyrer and Ula A Nur and Mike Crawford and Saffron Karlsen and C Maclean and B. Ravi Kiran Rao and Tony L Johnson},
  journal={The International journal of social psychiatry},
  year={2005},
  volume={51 3},
  pages={265-75}
}
BACKGROUND The Social Functioning Questionnaire (SFQ), an eight-item selfreport scale (score range 0-24), was developed from the Social Functioning Schedule (SFS), a semi-structured interview which has been used primarily with non-psychotic patients and has good test-retest and inter-rater reliability as well as construct validity. The SFQ was developed following the need for a quick assessment of perceived social function. AIMS To give further details of old and new data sets from studies… CONTINUE READING
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