PSS-FA

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PSS-FAPerceived Social Support from Family
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Interestingly, there was no difference in perceived social support from family members across gender.
In this study, a moderately negative relationship was found between patients' perceived social support from family and the mean quality of life scores.
Gunes Z, Altiok Ho, Perceived social support from family and hopelessness of people with chronic disease states.
This result indicates that when adolescents' perceived social support from family and teachers increases, trait anger and anger-out behaviors decrease.
We found a significant positive relationship between adolescents' self-esteem and perceived social support from family, peers, and teachers.
PSYCHAB = Psychological Maltreatment Scale; PHYSAB = Physical Maltreatment Scale; HSCL = Hopkins Symptom Checklist; EWB = Existential Well-Being scale; RWB = Religious Well-Being scale; PSS-Fa = Perceived Social Support From Family scale; PSS-Fr = Perceived Social Support From Friends scale.
Perceived social support from family and friends: Measurement across disparate samples.
Subjects were administered a series of measures in groups; these measures included a questionnaire on their personal background, Children's Depression Inventory (Kovacs, 1981, 1983), Stressful Life Events (Chiu, 1988), Dysfunctional Attitudes Scale (Weisman & Beck, 1978), and Perceived Social Support from Family and Friends (Procidano & Heller, 1983).
The Perceived Social Support from Family (PSS-Fa) and the Perceived Social Support from Friends (PSS-Fr) questionnaires (Procidano & Heller, 1983) each consist of 20 items relating to the degree of intimacy and support provided by friends and family (e.
In the diagnostic phase the overall perceived social support itself and the overall perceived social support from family and friends had no moderating effect on the overall short-term adjustment.
In the diagnostic phase oncology social workers should foster family support for the NPC patients because higher perceived social support from family was associated with better overall short-term adjustment.
Thus, one aim of this study was to explore how a broader definition of social support, presented by the construct of social connectedness, compares with a more traditional measure of perceived social support from family and friends in predicting adjustment following a relationship breakup when attachment is concurrently assessed.
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