PSEQPain Self-Efficacy Questionnaire
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Measure Possible Range Sample Range Minimum Maximum Minimum Maximum SF-MPQ 1 5 1 5 PSEQ 0 60 6 57 SF-Bio 0 100 0 80 SF-Psy 0 100 8 88 SF-Soc 0 100 0 100 PSEQ = Pain Self-Efficacy Questionnaire, SF-36 = Short Form-36 Health Status Questionnaire, SF-Bio = SF-36 Biological subscale, SF-MPQ = Short-Form McGill Pain Questionnaire, SF-Psy = SF-36 Psychological subscale, SF-Soc = SF-36 Social subscale.
High PSEQ scores are strongly associated with clinically-significant functional levels and provide a useful gauge for evaluating outcomes in chronic pain patients (Nicholas 2007).
By specifying the nature of the obstacle to be faced (pain), the PSEQ provides more clinically-useful information than simply asking someone about their confidence in performing an activity.
Abbreviations: HADS = Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale, MCS = (SF-12) Mental Component Score, MPI = Multidimensional Pain Inventory, MSES = Moorong Self-Efficacy Scale, PCS = (SF-12) Physical Component Score, PRSS-Catastrophizing = Pain-Related Self-Statements Scale--Catastrophizing Subscale, PSEQ = Pain Self-Efficacy Questionnaire, SCI = spinal cord injury, SCL CSQ = Spinal Cord Lesion-Related Coping Strategy Questionnaire, SD = standard deviation, SF-12 = (Medical Outcomes Study) Short Form Health Survey-12, SF-36 = (Medical Outcomes Study) Short Form Health Survey-36.