Answered By: Linda Kern Last Updated: Jan 30, 2017 Views: 492
As far as the Grasha-Riechmann, I'm not able to find anything in full text addressing validity or reliability in an American or Western European population. If you go to this article and request it through interlibrary loan you may receive the article in time to use it. The same goes for this article. As a back-up, I suggest you read this abstract and use the information there. Be sure to cite it as an abstract of a dissertation if you us it. We can help you with that. It's very unlikely the owner would send us the dissertation, so it's not worth your time to request it. You may also want to mention the lack of studies on its validity, as noted on p. 15 of this dissertation. I'll also ask a couple of the psychology professors if they have any ideas and we'l let you kmnow if we come up with anything that way.
Regarding the Social Readjustment Rating Scale, go to the Articles tab of the Psychology LibGuide and you'll find a review posted there in the Assessment Databases box.
Thanks for asking!