Pearlin Mastery Scale

Resource Type: Instruments
Author(s): Pearlin, Leonard I.; Schooler, Carmi;
Date Issued: 1978
Publisher(s): American Sociological Association
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Journal Title: Journal of Health and Social Behavior
Volume Number: 19
Issue Number: 1
Page Range: 2-21
Journal Notes: In L. I. Pearlin & C. Schooler. The structure of coping.
Topics: Research & Evaluation Methods > Measures
ISSN: 0022-1465 Paper
Peer Reviewed: yes
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