Situational Pain Scale (SPS): a measure of the mental representation of pain intensity in imaginary painful situationssite navigation
The Situational Pain Scale is a measure of pain representation for healthy adults and chronic pain patients. The scale measures a person's representation of imaginary painful situations.
The concept of pain representation, development of the The Situational Pain Scale using the Rasch measurement model, synopsis.
Instructions for downloading the Situational Pain Scale test packages, administering the questionnaire, analysing the patient's responses, interpreting the manual ability measures and interpreting the mental representation of pain intensity measures.
Download the SPS-related material: scoring sheets in the different languages, papers, thesis.
Situational Pain Scale (SPS) - Rasch analysis specific to healthy subjects and chronic pain patients
Use an online form to enter your responses to the Situational Pain Scale questionnaire and instantly get an evaluation report. Rasch analysis powered by RUMM.