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The Development and Evaluation of the French Version of the Schwartz Outcome Scale-10 (SOS-10-F)
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Canadian Journal of Counselling Volume 40, Number 4, ISSN 0828-3893

Abstract

The Schwartz Outcome Scale-10 (SOS-10) is an effective measure of change in inpatient and outpatient populations, as well as student counseling centers, chemically dependent populations, and research projects. The utility of the SOS-10 in Canada is limited because there is currently no French version of this instrument. This study reports on a three-phase process (initial translation from English to French, evaluation of the online English SOS-10, and establishing equivalency between English online and French online versions) of development and validation of a French version of the SOS-10.

Citation

Laux, J.M., Young, J.L., McLaughlin, L.P. & Perera-Diltz, D. (2006). The Development and Evaluation of the French Version of the Schwartz Outcome Scale-10 (SOS-10-F). Canadian Journal of Counselling, 40(4),. Retrieved September 29, 2022 from .

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