Weimen Occupational Stress Scale (WOSS)

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Weimen Occupational Stress Scale (WOSS)

Developed by:

Weimen, C (1978)

Purpose:

Measure work-related stress.

Items.

The Weiman Scale is a thirty-one question Likert-type instrument.

Scoring:

Answers on the scale range from 1-5 points, with 1 = never, 2 = seldom, 3 = sometimes, 4 = frequently, and 5 =nearly always. Plus all the responses. Total show occupational stress.

Reliability:

Weiman Occupational Stress Scale has yielded a .90 reliability coefficient.

Permission: 

Currently, we searching the email of Weiman,C. If you have information regarding the author kindly share it with us. However, you can contact Azzem Ozkan because he uses this scale in his article. For the article click here  And email of Azzem Ozkan : [email protected]

Reference:

  •  Weiman, C.: A Study of occupational stressors. J. Occup. Med. 19, 119–122 (1978)

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