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2017-09-06

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Carolyn E. Schwartz, Wesley Michael, Jie Zhang, Bruce D. Rapkin, Mirjam A. G. Sprangers

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AimsA growing body of research suggests that regularly engaging in stimulating activities across multiple domains—physical, cultural, intellectual, communal, and spiritual—builds resilience. This project investigated the psychometric characteristics of the DeltaQuest Reserve-Building Measure for use in prospective research.MethodsThe study included Rare Patient Voice panel participants. The web-based survey included the Reserve-Building Measure with one-week re-test, measures of quality of life (QOL) and well-being (PROMIS General Health; NeuroQOL Cognitive Function and Positive Affect & Well-Being short-forms; Ryff Environmental Mastery subscale); and the Big Five Inventory-10 personality measure. Classical test theory and item response theory (IRT) analyses investigated psychometric characteristics of the Reserve-Building Measure.ResultsThis North American sample (n = 592) included both patients and caregivers [mean age = 44, SD 19)]. Psychometric analyses revealed distinct subscales measuring current reserve-building activities (Active in the World, Games, Outdoors, Creative, Religious/Spiritual, Exercise, Inner Life, Shopping/Cooking, Passive Media Consumption,), past reserve-building activities (Childhood Activities, Achievement), and reserve-related person-factors (Perseverance, Current and Past Social Support, and Work Value). Test–retest stability (n = 101) was moderately high for 11 of 15 subscales (ICC range 0.78–0.99); four were below 0.59 indicating a need for further refinement. IRT analyses supported the item functioning of all subscales. Correlational analyses suggest the measure’s subscales tap distinct constructs (range r = 0.11–0.46) which are not redundant with QOL, well-being, or personality (range r = 0.11–0.48).ConclusionsThe Reserve-Building Measure provides a measure of activities and person-factors related to reserve that may potentially be useful in prospective research. More... »

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