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Malec, JF. (2012). The Perceived Control Scale for Brain Injury. The Center for Outcome Measurement in Brain Injury.
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Perceived Control Scale for Brain Injury Syllabus

The PCS-BI is a 9–item, self-administered questionnaire. Each item of the PCS-BI is scored on a 4-point Likert scale (4 = strongly agree; 3 = agree; 2 = disagree; 1= strongly disagree.) A total score is obtained by simple addition of the individual item scores. The total score ranges from 9-36 with higher scores indicating higher perceived control.


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