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Visual Analogue Scales are psychometric response scales which can be used as a measurement instrument for subjective states. The CANTAB VAS assess subjective measurements of drug effect, energy levels, sickness, alertness and mood. The participant must respond to sixteen questions as they appear on the screen by touching the on-screen slider and moving it to the appropriate position on the scale.
Synonyms: (VAS)
Definition contributed by CTorgerson about four years ago
Member of collection: Cambridge Neuropsychological Test Automated Battery (CANTAB)
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Visual Analogue Scales has been asserted to measure the following CONCEPTS
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CONTRASTS

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INDICATORS

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http://www.cantab.com/cantab-tests-Visual-Analogue-Scales.asp?t=Other%20Tests
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Assessment of chronic pain. I. Aspects of the reliability and validity of the visual analogue scale.
Carlsson AM
(Pain)
1983 May
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