Relationship Incentive and Threat Sensitivity Scales (RITSS)

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Author of Tool: 

Carver, C. S.

Key references: 

Laurenceau, J-P., Kleinman, B. M., Kaczynski, K. J., & Carver, C. S. (2010). Assessment of relationship-specific incentive and threat sensitivities: Predicting satisfaction and affect in adult intimate relationships. Psychological Assessment, 22, 407-419. 

Primary use / Purpose: 

Measures the two contructs relationship incentive and threat sensitivity

Background: 

Self-report scales assessing relationship-specific incentive and threat sensitivity were created. The Relationship Incentive and Threat Sensitivity Scales (RITSS) was developed to assess individual differences in incentive and threat sensitivity that are specific to the context of intimate relationships. It has been used in only a little research thus far.

Psychometrics: 

For psychometric details see: Laurenceau, J-P., Kleinman, B. M., Kaczynski, K. J., & Carver, C. S. (2010). Assessment of relationship-specific incentive and threat sensitivities: Predicting satisfaction and affect in adult intimate relationships. Psychological Assessment, 22, 407-419. 

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Files: 

PDF iconScale and Scoring Instructions

Web link to tool: 

https://www.psy.miami.edu/faculty/ccarver/sclRITSS.html

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): 

https://dx.doi.org/10.13072/midss.529

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