Trust scale (Rempel, Holmes & Zanna, 1985)
It consists of 17 items. The scale consists of 3 sub-scales. Predictability (P) that emphasizes the consistency and stability of a partner’s specific behaviors based on past experience, Dependability (D) that concentrates on the dis-positional qualities of the partner which warrant confidence in the face of risk and potential hurt, and Faith (F) that centers on feelings of confidence in the relationship and the responsiveness and caring expected from the partner in the face of an uncertain future. The total Trust measure is the sum of the 3 sub-scale totals.
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