LOTR

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AcronymDefinition
LOTRLord Of The Rings (book by J.R.R. Tolkien; movie series)
LOTRLords of the Realm (computer game)
LOTRLegend of the Rangers (movie)
LOTRLife Orientation Test-Revised (behavioral health)
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The Life Orientation Test-Revised (LOT-R; Scheier, Carver, & Bridges, 1994) is a brief measure to assess generalized resilience and optimism using a Likert scale for statements such as "I'm always optimistic about my future." Higher scores indicate more resilience and optimism.
CES-D 10 = Center for Epidemiological Studies-Depression; LOT-R = Life Orientation Test-Revised; SE = standard error.
An investigation of concurrent validity between two optimism/pessimism questionnaires: The Life Orientation Test-Revised and the Optimism/ Pessimism Scale.
Factor structure of the Spanish version of the Life Orientation Test-Revised (LOT-R): Testing several models.
The accuracy of the Life Orientation Test-Revised (LOT-R) in measuring dispositional optimism: evidence from item response theory analyses.
Misurare l'ottimismo: Proprieta psicometriche della versione Italiana del Life Orientation Test-Revised (LOT-R).
Dimensionality and validity of the Serbian version of the Life Orientation Test-Revised in a sample of youths.
Optimisme en/of pessimisme: Factorstructuur van de Nederlandse Life Orientation Test-Revised. [Optimism and/or pessimism: Factor structure of the Dutch Life Orientation Test-Revised.].
The Life Orientation Test-Revised (Scheier, Carver, and Bridges, 1994) is a 10-item scale that assesses expectancies for positive outcomes versus negative by using 5-point scale.