tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-21605329.post588102313799312390..comments2023-06-05T16:14:50.517-07:00Comments on The Neurocritic: The COVID Stress ScalesThe Neurocritichttp://www.blogger.com/profile/08010555869208208621noreply@blogger.comBlogger4125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-21605329.post-3232230646662459012020-11-13T06:43:42.389-08:002020-11-13T06:43:42.389-08:00I am looking for scoring instructions as well. I ...I am looking for scoring instructions as well. I noticed in the original article, the authors indicated that they unit weighted the items to calculate scale scores. So, I believe this means you calculate 5 different scale scores by simply taking the average of the item responses. This would mean taking the average of the 6 items in 4 categories and taking the average of 12 items in the danger/contamination category. <br /><br />My main question is whether it would be appropriate to also compute a single CSS composite score, and if so, how this should be done. The author's point out that the scales are intercorrelated and load onto a single higher order factor, thus supporting the notion of a "Covid Stress Syndrome." It would therefore seem appropriate to compute a single composite score. The author's also note that they did not reduce the "contamination and danger" scale to 6 items so that it would be possible to separate contamination from danger in the future. Although "contamination and danger" has double the items as the 4 other scales, it would seem appropriate that "contamination and danger" should only be given equal weight with the other scales in calculating a composite score. Therefore, I would think a composite score could best be calculated by summing the mean of each scale and dividing by 5. Curious to what other people think.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-21605329.post-16161034370830868422020-10-27T14:31:30.185-07:002020-10-27T14:31:30.185-07:00This pandemic really caused too much anxiety for p...This pandemic really caused too much anxiety for people. Would also like to have a copy of the scoring instruction thanksChristian Counselinghttps://drkimwest.com/noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-21605329.post-10403198746199895802020-10-02T21:03:32.239-07:002020-10-02T21:03:32.239-07:00Have you found it? Im looking too....
emclaughlin@...Have you found it? Im looking too....<br />emclaughlin@misericordia.edu<br />Anonymoushttps://www.blogger.com/profile/17042037050888540849noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-21605329.post-13837656843335901162020-09-03T00:09:49.951-07:002020-09-03T00:09:49.951-07:00Hi,
I plan on using the Coivd Stress Scale as a me...Hi,<br />I plan on using the Coivd Stress Scale as a measure in my thesis given it has gone through the process of validated compared to some of the other Covid-19 specific scales that have popped up. However, I have not been able to locate a copy of the scoring instructions. If anyone has access to these or knows how to access a copy I would REALLY appreciate it if they could be sent to me. <br /><br />Thank you in advance. :)<br />CAnonymoushttps://www.blogger.com/profile/13192036759774443083noreply@blogger.com