Measures

HCAT Measures

One of the major goals of HCAT lab is to develop sound measures for key constructs. Measurement is our passion. We believe that knowledge advances rapidly with (even small) gains in precision.

 

Below is (1) a list of our measures and (2) a list of measures we use all the time. Our goal is to expand this page to one day include all measures we find useful. Bookmark it now and you will have access to an ever growing catalogue of our measures and those we collect. All of our measures are free to use for any purpose. We don’t believe in charging $ for using measurement tools. In fact, we believe charging $ for using measurement tools is anti-science.

 

Click on a measure to download a word document detailing when an instrument was created, refined, or translated by HCAT lab members.

Brief Sensation Seeking Scale for Children (BSSS-C)

Cancer Information Overload (CIO) Scale

Communication Anxiety Scale

Dispositional Cancer Worry (DCW) Scale

Foreign Language Anxiety in Medical Office Situations (FLAMOS)

Narrative Believability Scale (NBS-12)

Perceived Message Relevance Scale

Personal Report of Communication Apprehension (PRCA) Scale

Perceived Visual Informativeness (PVI)

Receiver Apprehension Test (RAT)

 

OTHER USEFUL MEASURES

Health Belief Model (HBM) Measures

Extended Parallel Process Model (EPPM) Measures

 

Tower Vector Itself