Indicators:Attitudes

The Favorable Attitudes toward ATOD Use scale is part of the Communities That Care (CTC) Youth Survey. This survey is designed to measure adolescent antisocial behaviors such as drug use, delinquency, and school dropout, and the risk and protective factor ...

This tool consists of 25 questions that participants who complete a financial literacy program should be able to answer. The questions may need to be modified based on the particular curriculum being administered. Programs can use the questions to gauge t ...

Category:Directory

PACE research began in 1990 with a small contract from the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention to develop tools to help primary care physicians counsel their patients on becoming more physically active. It has now grown to encompass a broad array ...

The Contraceptive Self-Efficacy (CSE) scale has been used to assess motivational barriers to contraceptive use among diverse samples of sexually active adolescents, young adults, and adults. The CSE scale has been used with all ages of women around the wo ...

Category:Sex Education

The Moral Approval of Bullying Scale is a 10-item subscale of the longer Student School Survey (SSS), a 70-item measure of school experiences.  The SSS consists of 10 subscales measuring the following areas: social cohesion and trust, school climate, the ...

The questions on this tool are taken from a larger questionnaire administered to students and young adults ages 15 and up as part of the National Longitudinal Survey of Adolescent Health (Add Health). The Add Health study is a nationally representative st ...

This survey gathers information on family life, marriage and divorce, pregnancy, infertility, use of contraception, and men's and women's health.  The survey results are used by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and others to plan health se ...

PACE research began in 1990 with a small contract from the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention to develop tools to help primary care physicians counsel their patients on becoming more physically active. It has now grown to encompass a broad array ...

This tool represents “the respondent’s opinion about the importance of being active in his/her neighborhood and participating in various civic activities, including serving on a jury, reporting crimes, keeping the neighborhood clean and safe, and particip ...