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MEASURE OF ATTACHMENT QUALITIES

 
The following questionnaire is for personal information only and is not meant to be a professional evaluation. As with many research questionnaires, this questionnaire may not be normed for online participants. Please take this into account when you receive the results.

This questionnaire assesses attachment tendencies and resulting anxiety and avoidance.


Choose the response that best describes how you agree with each item.

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Item 1: When I'm close to someone, it gives me a sense of comfort about life in general.


I disagree a lot.
I disagree a little.
I agree a little.
I agree a lot.


Item 2: I often worry that my partner doesn't really love me.


I disagree a lot.
I disagree a little.
I agree a little.
I agree a lot.


Item 3: I have trouble getting others to be as close as I want them to be.


I disagree a lot.
I disagree a little.
I agree a little.
I agree a lot.


Item 4: I find it easy to be close to others.


I disagree a lot.
I disagree a little.
I agree a little.
I agree a lot.


Item 5: I often worry my partner will not want to stay with me.


I disagree a lot.
I disagree a little.
I agree a little.
I agree a lot.


Item 6: Others want me to be more intimate than I feel comfortable being.


I disagree a lot.
I disagree a little.
I agree a little.
I agree a lot.


Item 7: It feels relaxing and good to be close to someone.


I disagree a lot.
I disagree a little.
I agree a little.
I agree a lot.


Item 8: I am very comfortable being close to others.


I disagree a lot.
I disagree a little.
I agree a little.
I agree a lot.


Item 9: I don’t worry about others abandoning me.


I disagree a lot.
I disagree a little.
I agree a little.
I agree a lot.


Item 10: My desire to merge sometimes scares people away.


I disagree a lot.
I disagree a little.
I agree a little.
I agree a lot.


Item 11: I prefer not to be too close to others.


I disagree a lot.
I disagree a little.
I agree a little.
I agree a lot.


Item 12: I find others are reluctant to get as close as I would like.


I disagree a lot.
I disagree a little.
I agree a little.
I agree a lot.


Item 13: I get uncomfortable when someone wants to be very close.


I disagree a lot.
I disagree a little.
I agree a little.
I agree a lot.


Item 14: Being close to someone gives me a source of strength for other activities.


I disagree a lot.
I disagree a little.
I agree a little.
I agree a lot.


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For authors and more information:
Carver, C. S. (1997). Adult attachment and personality: Converging evidence and a new measure. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 23, 865-883.



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