Home

You are here

Culture, Interpersonal Stress, and Psychological Distress

Reference
First Author: 
Hashimoto
Hashimoto, T., Mojaverian, T., & Kim, H. S.
Year: 
2012
Volume: 
43
Number: 
4
527
Last Page: 
532
cultural psychology, interpersonal relationships, personality
Ancillaries: 

None

Measure
Measure Name: 
Scale of Interpersonal Stressors
Measure Description: 
Frequency of interpersonal stressor experiences. Three subscales, 6 items each. In English and Japanese.
Construct Name: 
stressors
Number of items: 
18
Response Scale: 
4-point scale anchored by "not at all" and "often"

Interpersonal Conflict: “I was insulted or ridiculed by others”

Interpersonal Blunders: “I was not able to perform my responsibilities toward another/others”

Interpersonal Friction: “I tolerated problems I had with another/others, even though I wanted to point them out"

Drupal theme by pixeljets.com D7 ver.1.1