The Inventory Of Negative Thoughts In Response To Pain: Factor Structure And Psychometric Properties In A College Sample
headaches, negative thoughts, pain, psychometric properties
Journal of Behavioral Medicine
The psychometric properties of the Inventory of Negative Thoughts in Response to Pain (INTRP) were investigated in a sample of undergraduate students. Factor analysis identified three factors: negative self-statement, negative social cognition, and self-blame. Reliabilities of the factor scales were high. No significant gender differences were obtained on the factor scales. Correlations between the factor scales and the nine subscales of the Symptom Checklist 90R were positive and significant, except one. The results support the factor structure and reliability of the INTRP in a sample of college students. © 1993 Plenum Publishing Corporation.
Department of Psychology
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Osman, Augustine; Bunger, Stacie; Osman, Joylene R.; and Fisher, Laraine, "The Inventory Of Negative Thoughts In Response To Pain: Factor Structure And Psychometric Properties In A College Sample" (1993). Faculty Publications. 4416.