Spouse Treatment Mediation Inventories

Spouse Treatment Mediation Inventories (STMI)
Ager & Thomas‚ 1993
سیاهه کارکرد های میانجیگری کردن همسر
1.    When I have difficulties my spouse is very understanding.
2.    It is difficult for me to accept help from others.
3.    My spouse is willing to work hard to make our marriage work.
4.    I would have serious problems if my marriage ended.
5.    It is important to me that my spouse change.
6.    My spouse does not love me.
7.    I know how to please my spouse.
8.    I am often overwhelmed by my responsibilities.
9.    When we disagree‚ I try to understand my spouse’s point of view.
10.I rarely have the energy to complete the things I set out to do.
11.I initiate most of the activities in my marriage.
12.I cannot openly express love and affection in my marriage.
13.My spouse sees me as competent and knowledgeable.
14.My spouse rarely talks to me about things that are important to him/her.
15.When it really matters‚ I know I can depend on my spouse.
16.It seems as if my life is one crisis after another.
17.When we disagree‚ my spouse tries to understand my point of view.
18.I do not provide much emotional support for my spouse.
19.I can stand up for my point of view without being overly aggressive or apologetic.
20.I often forget or put off things I promised to do.
21.My spouse is sexually attracted to me.
22.When it comes to change‚ my spouse is inflexible.
23.I am willing to work hard to make my marriage work.
24.My spouse has the final say in most of the family decisions.
25.When my spouse has difficulties‚ I am very understanding.
26.I am fed up with trying to help my spouse change.
27.I am good at keeping track of things I might otherwise forget.
28.When my spouse makes a promise to me‚ he/she rarely keeps it.
29.I am highly motivated to make changes through participating in this treatment program.
30.My spouse believes that I am not interested in his/her well-being.
31.I learn new things quickly.
32.My spouse’s problem which brings me here is extremely serious.
33.I am a good observer of what other people do.
34.There is a lot of conflict in my marriage.
35.I make most of the decisions about how the family money is used.
36.I am sometimes afraid of my spouse.
37.My spouse wants to please me.
38.I rarely spend time alone with my spouse.
39.I need someone outside my family to talk to about my problems.
40.I am not able to confront my spouse when I have concerns about him/her.
41.I am able to get my spouse to do things that he/she would not otherwise do.
42.When I obtain medical assistance‚ I often do not follow the advice I receive.
43.I believe that participating in this treatment program will help me with my personal concerns.
شرح سایت روان سنجی: این ابزار برای ارزیابی توان عمل کردن همسر به عنوان میانجی میان درمانگر و فرد هدف درمان پدید آمده است. چهار سیاهه : "میانجی – درمانگر"، "میانجی"، "میانجی/ فرد هدف" و "فرد هدف" دارد.
Therapist-mediator (T-M)‚ mediator (M)‚ mediator/target person (M-TP)‚ and target person TP).
اعتبار: هماهنگی درونی ، آلفا کرونباخ
T-M (alpha 0.79)‚ M (alpha 0.71)‚ M-TP (alpha 0.19)‚ TP (alpha 0.1)‚ total (alpha 0.8)
Test – retest: T-M (0.25)‚ M (0.69)‚ M-TP (0.74)‚ TP (0.49)‚ and total (0.72)
نمره گذاری
1 = Strongly agree‚ 2 = Somewhat agree‚ 3 = Neither agree nor disagree‚ 4 = Somewhat disagree‚ 5 = Strongly disagree
Reverse cod odd- items
Therapist-mediator (T-M): 2‚ 29‚ 39 and 43; mediator (M): 8‚ 10‚ 16‚ 19‚ 20‚ 27‚ 31‚ 33 and 42; mediator/target person (M-TP): 1‚ 3‚ 4‚ 5‚ 6‚ 7‚ 9‚ 11‚ 12‚ 13‚ 14‚ 15‚ 17‚ 18‚ 21‚ 23‚ 24‚ 25‚ 26‚ 28‚ 30‚ 34‚ 35‚ 36‚ 37‚ 38‚ 40 and 41; and target person (TP): 22‚ 32.
چگونگی دستیابی
منبع برای آگاهی بیشتر
Ager‚ Rich‎ard David. (1991). A validation study of the Spouse Treatment Mediation Inventory. University of Michigan‚Ph.D. Thesis
Ager RD‚ Thomas EJ. The spouse treatment mediation inventory (STMI) In: Fischer J‚ Corcoran K‚ editors. Measures for clinical practice. 2nd ed. The Free Press; New York: 1994.
Thomas‚ EJ.‚ Ager‚ RD. (1991). Treatment mediation and the spouse as treatment mediator. Journal of Family Therapy;19:315–326.
Corcoran‚ K.‚ & Fischer‚ J. (2000). Measures for clinical practice: A sourcebook (Vol.1). New York‚ NY: The Free Press.
Thomas‚ E.J.; Ager‚ R.D. IN: Carrano‚ J.; Cleveland‚ K.; Bronte-Tinkew‚ J.; Moore‚ K. A. (2003). Conceptualizing and measuring "healthy marriages" for empirical research and evaluation studies: A compendium of measures - part II. Bethesda‚ MD. Child Trends. Page(s): 87-88.