Perceived Comfort Scale
Perceived Comfort Scale (Craig A. Anderson, English)
The first published use of the “Perceived Comfort Scale” was by Anderson, Anderson, and Deuser (1996) in a study of weapon and temperature effects, and in a series of studies currently in preparation for a chapter in the Advances in Experimental Social Psychology series. Researchers may use this scale-free of charge for research purposes.
The current version of the scale has 10 items, some of which are reverse scored, as shown in the second version below.
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