Life Experiences Survey
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About Life Experiences Survey
Life Experiences Survey (LES; Sarason, Johnson, & Siegel, 1978). Participants were asked to indicate whether or not 47 life-changing events (e.g., Serious illness or injury of a family member) have occurred in the past 0-6 or 7-12 months and rate the impact that said the event has had on their life from -3 (extremely negatively) to +3 (extremely positively) (Appendix L). Cronbach’s alpha has not been reported, but test-retest reliability for the positive and negative events were .53 and .88, respectively. Authors cautioned that the test-retest reliability estimates may underestimate the stability of the measure as individuals may have experienced different positive and negative events in the 5 to 6-week interim between completing the measure.