The pbat and a brief outcome measure can be downloaded below. The PBAT is an item pool, which means you don’t have to use the whole measure. For example, you can use a subset of items from it and add these to your current battery.
PBAT translations and other resources
Citations for PBAT
Ciarrochi, J., Sahrda, B., Hofmann, S., & Hayes, S.C. (2022). Developing an item pool to assess processes of change in psychological interventions. The process-based assessment tool (PBAT). Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science,23, 200-213.
Sanford, B.T., Ciarrochi, J., Hofmann, S.G., Gates, K.M., & Hayes, S.C. (in press). Toward empirical process-based case conceptualization: An idionomic network examination of the process-based assessment tool. Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science.
Norms for the PBAT
Young, Q.-R., Ignaszewski, A., Fofonoff, D., & Kaan, A. (2007). Brief screen to identify 5 of the most common forms of psychosocial distress in cardiac patients: validation of the screening tool for psychological distress. The Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 22(6), 525–534.
Young, Q.-R., Nguyen, M., Roth, S., Broadberry, A., & Mackay, M. H. (2015). Single-item measures for depression and anxiety: Validation of the Screening Tool for Psychological Distress in an inpatient cardiology setting. European Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing: Journal of the Working Group on Cardiovascular Nursing of the European Society of Cardiology, 14(6), 544–551.
Mental and physical well-being
Ware, J. E., Jr, & Sherbourne, C. D. (1992). The MOS 36-item short-form health survey (SF-36). I. Conceptual framework and item selection. Medical Care, 30(6), 473–483.
Finally, to assess vitality, we recommend assessing used three positive items from the vitality scale (Ryan & Frederick, 1997), including “during the last week, I felt energized”, “vital and alive”
Ryan, R. M., & Frederick, C. (1997). On energy, personality, and health: subjective vitality as a dynamic reflection of well-being. Journal of Personality, 65(3), 529–565.