Hi Jenn, I have a question about the scores from NIH toolbox on the domains of negative affect, psychological well-being, social relationships, and stress and self-efficacy.
I see that the scores available for download are all unadjusted; I do not see a column for any adjusted scores on these measures. Would you recommend using the unadjusted scores? Or, is there a formula to adjust them? The NIH Toolbox scoring PDF states: "For the NIH Toolbox General Life Satisfaction Survey, higher scores are indicative of more general life satisfaction. Scores 1 SD or more below the mean (T ≤ 40) suggest low levels of general life satisfaction and scores 1 SD or more above the mean (T ≥ 60) suggest high level” Is this true for unadjusted as well? Thanks, Jodi Jodi Gilman, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School Center for Addiction Medicine Massachusetts General Hospital 101 Merrimac St. Boston, MA 02114 Tel.: 617-643-7293 Fax: 617-643-1998 The information in this e-mail is intended only for the person to whom it is addressed. If you believe this e-mail was sent to you in error and the e-mail contains patient information, please contact the Partners Compliance HelpLine at http://www.partners.org/complianceline . If the e-mail was sent to you in error but does not contain patient information, please contact the sender and properly dispose of the e-mail. _______________________________________________ HCP-Users mailing list HCP-Users@humanconnectome.org http://lists.humanconnectome.org/mailman/listinfo/hcp-users