Emotional Stress Reaction Questionnaire (ESRQ)

1.    Indifferent
2.    Relaxed
3.    Pleased
4.    Glad
5.    Alert
6.    Focused 
7.    Concentrated 
8.    Energetic
9.    Concerned
1 The word does not correspond to how you felt right then‚
2 The word partly corresponds to how you felt right then
3 The word fairly well corresponds to how you felt right then
4 The word completely corresponds to how you felt right then
This instrument can be found at: http://www.dtic.mil/get-tr-doc/pdf?AD=ADA582838

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