The Relationship Rating Form

The Relationship Rating Form (RRF)

A Measure of the ch‎aracteristics of Romantic Relationships and Friendships

The 1986 version
 Keith E. Davis‚ 1996
فرم درجه بندی ارتباط رمانتیک
Acceptance/Tolerance
1. Do you accept this person as s/he is?

2. Are you willing to ignore this person’s small sins because of the way you feel about her/him?

3. Is it easy for you to forgive this person?
4. Does this person disappoint you? (R)
 Respect
5. Do you respect this person?
6. Does this person make bad judgments on important matters? (R)
7. Does this person bring out the best in you?
8. Is this person a good sounding board for your ideas and plans?
 Trust
9. Do you trust this person?
10. Can you count on this person in times of need?
11. Does this person ever forget your welfare? (R)
12. Does this person use things against you that s/he shouldn’t? (R)
 Intimacy
 Confiding
13. Do you and this person openly discuss personal matters?
14 Do you confide in this person?

15. Do you feel that there are things about you that this person just would not understand?(R)

16. Do you feel some things about yourself are none of this person’s business?(R)

 Understanding
17. Do you know what kind of person s/he is?
18. Is this person’s behavior surprising or puzzling to you?(R)
19. Do you know this person’s faults and shortcomings?
20. Do you know about this person’s past?
 Passion
 Fascination
21. Does this person dominate your thoughts?
22. Does it give you pleasure just to watch or look at this person?
23. Do you think about this person even when you are not with him/her?
 Exclusiveness
24. Are there things that you do only with this person?

25. Do you have feelings about this person that you couldn’t have about others?

26. Would you feel betrayed or hurt if this person had the same relationship with someone else that s/he now has with you?

27. Do you and this person have your own way of doing things?
Sexual Intimacy
28. Are you sexually intimate with this person?
29. Do you find this personal sexually attractive?
30. Do you enjoy being touched by this person and touching him/her?
Care 
Giving the utmost
31. Can you count of this person to lend you a substantial sum of money?

32. Can you count on this person to risk personal safety to help you if your were in danger?

33. Can you count of this person to give the utmost on your behalf?

34. Are you prepared to make a significant sacrifice on this person’s behalf?

 Championing

35. Can you count on this person to let you know how others feel about you?

36. Can you count on this person to support you in an argument or dispute with others?

37. Can you count on this person to champion your interests where there is a conflict between your interests and those of others?

 Assistance
38. Can you count on this person to come to your aid when you need help?
39. Can this person count on you for help when s/he is in need?

40. Can you count on this person to tell you what s/he really thinks about issues regardless of whether he or she agrees with you?

41. Do you tell this person exactly what you think about important issues regardless of whether he or she agrees with you?

Global Satisfaction
 Success
42. Are you happy in your relationship with this person?
43. Has your relationship with this person satisfied your needs?
*44. Has your relationship with this person been a success?
 Enjoyment
45. Do you enjoy doing things with this person more than with others?

46. Do you enjoy doing things with this person that you otherwise would not enjoy?

47. Do you enjoy this person’s company?
Reciprocity

48. Does your partner share the same feeling for you that you have for him/her?

49. Does this person really care about you as a person?

50. Do you feel that your partner cares for you as much as you care for him/her?

 Esteem
51. Does your partner make you feel worthwhile and special?
52. Does your partner make you feel proud of yourself?
Conflict/Ambivalence
 Conflict
53. Do you fight and argue with this person?
54. Does this person treat you in unfair ways?
55. Is there tension in your relationship with this person?
 Ambivalence
56. Are you confused or unsure of your feelings toward this person?
57. Do you feel that this person demands too much of your time?
58. Do you feel trapped in this relationship?

Scales not included in global scales

 Maintenance
59. Do you talk with this person about your relationship?

60. Do you and this person try to work out difficulties that occur between you?

61. Are you trying to change things that you do to make the relationship better between the two of you?

 Commitment
62. Are you committed to staying in your relationship?
63. Does this person measure up to your ideals for a life partner?
*64. How likely is it that your relationship will be permanent?
*65. How committed is your partner to this relationship?
 Coercion

66. Has your partner ever forced you to do something that you did not want to do?

67. Have you ever forced your partner to do something that s/he did not want to do?

 Equality
68. Is your relationship one of equals?

شرح : این ابزار هفت ویژگی عمومی و 20 صورت از رابطه دوستانه را می سنجد.

کلید واژه

·         Commitment

·         Conflict/ambivalence

·         Intimacy

·         Passion and Satisfaction

چگونگی دستیابی

This instrument can be found on pages 4-6 The Relationship Rating Form (RRF)‚ A Measure of the ch‎aracteristics of Romantic Relationships and Friendships. available online at: http://people.cas.sc.edu/daviske/LoveFriendsMeasure_rrf.pdf

 رده سنی : جوانان و بالاتر
نمره گذاری

1= Not at all; 2 = very little; 3 = Slightly (or rarely); 4 = somewhat (not often); 5 = a fair amount; 6 = very much; 7 = a great deal; 8 = strongly (almost always)‚ and 9 = Completely or extremely

While a 9-point scale is preferred‚ a 7-point scale will give approximately the same results. To use a 7 point format de‎lete responses 4 and 6 from the 9-point format.

 Responses to each item within a subscale (or global scale) are summed‚ with reversed scored items being subtracted from 10 (for 9-point format) or 8 (for the 7-point format. In reporting scores‚ the summary scores have been divided by the number of items in the scale so that scale values can be directly related to the 9-point scale.

منبع
 Keith E. Davis‚ Ph.D.
Department of Psychology
University of South Carolina
Columbia‚ SC 29208
(803) 777-4263
FAX: (803) 777-9558
email: Daviske@sc.edu
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خرداد 1396
اسفند 1395
آبان 1395
فروردین 1394
خرداد 1393
فروردین 1393
اسفند 1392
بهمن 1392
دی 1390
آذر 1390
تیر 1390
خرداد 1390
اردیبهشت 1390
بهمن 1389
دی 1389
اردیبهشت 1389
دی 1388
آبان 1388
شهریور 1388
مرداد 1388
تیر 1388
خرداد 1388
   
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