Social Readjustment Rating Scale
A tool developed by Thomas Holmes and Richard Rahe in 1967 to measure the impact of life events on a person’s stress levels.
A standardized questionnaire consisting of various life events, each assigned a weight representing the degree of adjustment required, used to assess the cumulative stress experienced by an individual within a specified timeframe.
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