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This issue merits some attention. Global evaluations may tend to be more stable than evaluations of specific aspects of one's life. Thus, global evaluations may be more useful as descriptors or predictors of other concepts rather than as outcomes. Longitudinal studies evaluating quality of life dimensions across the life span are needed to better understand this issue. Ordering of Questions The order in which quality of life concepts are asked may affect responses. , 1992). Kutner and colleagues suggest that the order should proceed from questions with less emotional impact to those with more.
In considering concepts of quality of life as potential outcome measures of interventions, we are assuming that such concepts are changeable or mutable, which remains an open question. , pain, fatigue) are surely mutable, some of the more subjective and evaluative components may be more stable. For example, levels of psychological distress and well-being may be somewhat stable (McNeil, Stones, & Kozma, 1986), reflecting the tendency of individuals to adapt to changing circumstances. McNeil and colleagues concluded this based on their evaluation of the consistently small proportion of variance explained by various predictors of subjective well-being and the high stability coefficients in many studies of older adults.
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