The psychosocial functioning inventory
Date of Original Version
The derivation and psychometric analyses of a general purpose outcome/survey instrument–the Psychosocial Functioning Inventory (PFI–are described. The instrument contains scales designed to measure a wide array of constructs, including subjective well-being, social functioning, stressful events, treatment dependency/aftercare, and consumer satisfaction. Extensive reliability and validity analyses are reported, indicating reasonable reliability and validity for the PFI scales. © 1983, SAGE Publications. All rights reserved.
Evaluation & the Health Professions
Feragne, Mark A., Richard Longabaugh, and John F. Stevenson. "The psychosocial functioning inventory." Evaluation & the Health Professions 6, 1 (1983): 25-48. doi:10.1177/016327878300600102.