The MSSS is a slightly modified version of the Social Support Survey developed as part of the Medical Outcomes Study in order to assess perceived social support. (Sherbourne and Stewart, 1991) This instrument provides an assessment of several domains of social support including tangible support, emotional support, affective support, and positive support.
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