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STRESS MINDSET MEASURE (YOUTH VERSION)

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A few items from the original Stress Mindset Measure (Crum, Salovey, & Achor, 2013) have been adapted for use in a youth population. See the supporting paper [Park, D., Yu, A., Metz, S. E., Tsukayama, E., Crum, A. J., & Duckworth, A. L. (2018). Beliefs About Stress Attenuate the Relation Among Adverse Life Events, Perceived Distress, and Self‐Control. Child development, 89(6), 2059-2069.]

We are also working on validating a full-length youth version of the Stress Mindset Measure. Please contact Isaac Handley-Miner if you’re interested in using it.

 

Permission to Use

Researchers, practitioners, and students are free to use the items adapted from the Stress Mindset Measure for a youth population without permission as long as they give credit to the authors: 

Park, D., Yu, A., Metz, S. E., Tsukayama, E., Crum, A. J., & Duckworth, A. L. (2018). Beliefs About Stress Attenuate the Relation Among Adverse Life Events, Perceived Distress, and Self‐Control. Child development, 89(6), 2059-2069.