The Community Child Health Network Life Stress Interview: A brief chronic stress measure for community health research

The Community Child Health Network Life Stress Interview is a brief 15-minute interview that was adapted form the UCLA Life Stress Interview (Hammen et al., 1987) and assesses four domains of chronic stress - neighborhood environment, family relationships, partner relationships, and co-parenting. The interview is designed to be conducted by trained interviewers that rate the severity of chronic stress within each of these domains. Tanner Stapleton et al. (2016) describes the development, purpose, and initial results of the interview in the following article here

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Tanner Stapleton LR, Dunkel Schetter C, Dooley LN, Guardino CM, Huynh J, Paek C, Clark-Kauffman E, Schafer P, Woolard R, Gaines Lanzi R, Community Child Health Network. (2016). The Community Child Health Network Life Stress Interview: A Brief Chronic Stress Measure for Community Health Research: A brief chronic stress measure for community health research. Anxiety, Stress, and Coping, 29(4), 352-366. 

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