Profile of mood states
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
|This article needs additional citations for verification. (October 2010)|
Profile of Mood States - long form
The long form of the POMS consists of 65 adjectives that are rated by subjects on a 5-point scale. Six factors have been derived from this:
- POMS Standard
- POMS or Profile of Mood States measures affective mood states and uses three tests to measure and identify them
- POMS Standard
- POMS Brief
- POMS Bipolar
- McNair, PhD, Douglas M. "Profile of Mood States (POMS™)". JOPIE VAN ROOYEN & PARTNERS SA (PTY) LTD. Retrieved 2 October 2011.
- Pollock, Vicki; Cho, Dong W.; Reker, Dean; Volavka, JAN (1979). "Profile of Mood States: the Factors and Their Physiological Correlates". The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 167 (10): 612–4. doi:10.1097/00005053-197910000-00004. PMID 226658.
- Yokoyama, K; Araki, S; Kawakami, N; Tkakeshita, T (1990). "[Production of the Japanese edition of profile of mood states (POMS): assessment of reliability and validity]". Nippon koshu eisei zasshi [Japanese journal of public health] (in Japanese) 37 (11): 913–8. PMID 2132363.
- Morfeld, Matthias; Petersen, Corinna; Krüger-Bödeker, Anja; von Mackensen, Sylvia; Bullinger, Monika (2007). "The assessment of mood at workplace - psychometric analyses of the revised Profile of Mood States (POMS) questionnaire". Psycho-social medicine 4: Doc06. PMC 2736534. PMID 19742299.
|This psychology-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|