Social Functioning Questionnaire (SFQ)
Tyrer‚ et al‚ 2005
1. I complete my tasks at work and home satisfactorily.
Most of the time =0; Quite often =1; Sometimes =2; Not at all =3
2. I find my tasks at work and at home very stressful.
Most of the time =3; Quite often =2; Sometimes =1; Not at all =0
3. I have no money problems.
No problems at all =0; Slight worries only =1; Definite problems =2; Very severe problems =3
4. I have difficulties in getting and keeping close relationships.
Severe difficulties =0; Some problems =1; Occasional problems =2; No problems at all =3
5. I have problems in my sex life.
Severe problems =3; Moderate problems =2; Occasional problems =1; No problems at all =0
6. I get on well with my family and other relatives.
Yes‚ definitely =0; Yes‚ usually =1; No‚ some problems =2; No‚ severe problems =3
7. I feel lonely and isolated from other people.
Almost all the time =3; Much of the time =2; Not usually =1; Not at all =0
8. I enjoy my spare time.
Very much =0; Sometimes =1; Not often =2; Not at all =3
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