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Symptom Checklist-R Urdu
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Symptom Checklist-R ([SCL-R], Rahman, Dawood, Rehman, Mansoor & Ali, 2009) SCL-R was used to assess the degree of anxiety, depression and frustration tolerance in participants. It is an indigenous scale that was originally developed by Rahman and Sitwat in 1990 and it was modified by Rahman et al, in 2009. SCL-R has a total of 148 items with six subscales.
Three subscales: Depression (24 items); Anxiety (29 items) and LFT (24 items) were administered and each participant was asked to rate the intensity of each symptom on 0-3 Likert scale. Then the total score against each scale was derived and compared with the cut-off point to determine the vulnerability towards anxiety and depression as well as to see the level of frustration tolerance.
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