[Air-L] Measuring mood online
ubunz at fsu.edu
Wed Sep 29 16:13:09 PDT 2010
Tom Buchanan asks about aggression scales. I put together a short bib a couple of years ago, most of it about aggression and gaming and/or verbal aggression. Many of the references contain or refer to measurement instruments. At the very least, it should get you started. See below.
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>From Tom Buchanan <T.Buchanan at westminster.ac.uk>
Date Wed, 29 Sep 2010 15:51:22 +0100
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Subject [Air-L] Measuring mood online
Is anyone aware of any online survey / questionnaire projects that have used
mood scales (i.e. Measures of current mood state such as the POMS, Multiple
Affect Adjective Checklist and so on)?
I am specifically interested in something that will allow one to measure
aggressive / angry affect. I'm aware of work that's been done using measures
of anxiety, depression, general positive and negative mood - but nothing
specifically related to aggression.
I have considered using Bond-Lader type visual analogue scales, but I'd
prefer something that can be administered in a Likert-type format in an
Thanks in advance for any clues...
Dr. Tom Buchanan
Reader in Psychology
Department of Psychology, University of Westminster
309 Regent Street, London W1B 2UW, United Kingdom
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