The revised UCLALonelinessScale: Concurrent and discriminant validity evidence. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 39, 472-480. Description of Measure: Self Report Measures for Love and Compassion Research: Loneliness and Interpersonal Problems UCLALONELINESSSCALE VERSION 3 Reference: Russell, D. (1996). UCLALonelinessScale (Version 3): Reliability, validity, and factor UCLA Version 3 Loneliness Seale From Russell DW: UCLALonelinessScale (Version 3): reliability, validity, andfactor structure, J Pus Assess 66:20-40, 1996. UCLALonelinessScale. The UCLALonelinessScale was developed to assess subjective feelings of loneliness or social isolation. Items for the original version of the scale were based on statements used by lonely individuals to describe feelings of loneliness (Russell, Peplau, & Ferguson, 1978). In this article I evaluated the psychometric properties of the UCLALonelinessScale (Version 3). Using data from prior studies of college students, nurses, teachers, and the elderly, analyses of the reliability, validity, and factor structure of this new version of the UCLALonelinessScale were Title: UCLALonelinessScale (Version 3): Reliability, Validity, and Factor Structure. Subject: ImagePDF Sample PDF, TIFF to PDF, JPEG to PDF Created Date The Revised UCLALonelinessScale (R-UCLA) is described and used as a unidimensional measure of loneliness; conceptualizing and assessing loneliness as a unitary, global experience. Author information: (1)Department of Psychology, Iowa State University Ames 50011-3180, USA. In this article I evaluated the psychometric properties of the UCLALonelinessScale (Version 3). Using data from prior studies of college students, nurses, teachers, and the elderly, analyses of the Manual of the LonelinessScale 7 Manual of the LonelinessScale 1999 § 1 Preliminary remarks The LonelinessScale was developed by De Jong Gierveld and col- leagues. The source of the scale should be mentioned, i.e. this manual, or De Jong Gierveld & Kamphuis Comparison with the UCLA-lonelinessscale.