The Comprehensive Marital Satisfaction Scale
The Comprehensive Marital Satisfaction Scale (Bulm, English)
Bulm and Mehrabian (1999) introduce the (CMSS) Comprehensive Marital Satisfaction Scale to measure the persons’ satisfaction with his/her marriage. The (CMSS) is a 35-item questionnaire. The Comprehensive Marital Satisfaction Scale (CMSS) has high satisfactory inner consistency (reliability) coefficient of .94 and satisfactory test and retest reliability coefficient of .83 over a 6-week interval and has content validity and construct validity. In the current study, the Urdu translated version of the Comprehensive Marital Satisfaction Scale (CMSS) by Khan (2006) was used. Respondents were asked to use 9-point severity/frequency scales to give rate the degree to which they have experience.
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