Physiological Arousal Questionnaire
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About Physiological Arousal Questionnaire
The PAQ (Kallen, 2002) is a 7-item self-report questionnaire developed at our department for assessment of the perceived state of physiological arousal. The child is asked to indicate on a 9-point scale (0—8) to what extent he or she feels aroused: 0 = not at all to 8 = very much. Cronbach’s a was .64 (during baseline), .81 (during stress), .84 (during recovery). The specific items are shown in Table 1. The PAQ was administered at the end of the baseline period, after each subtask of the stress test, and after the recovery period.