PTSD Checklist Civilian Version (PCL-C)
Alternate Names: PTSD DSM V ChecklistFREE for use with an Inquisit Lab or Inquisit Web license.
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PTSD Checklist Civilian Version (PCL-C) - English
A self-report measure of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder consisting of 17 5-point likert scale items as developed by the National Center for PTDS and as found in the DSM-IV.
PTSD Checklist for DSM V (PCL-5) - English
A self-report measure of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder consisting of 20 5-point likert scale items as developed by the National Center for PTDS and as found in the DSM-V.
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