Scale in the Deployment Risk and Resilience Inventory-2
DRRI-2 Section: C
Survey Label: "Deployment Environment"
Exposure to events or circumstances representing repeated or day-to-day irritations and pressures related to life during military deployment. These personal discomforts or deprivations may include the lack of desirable food, lack of privacy, poor living arrangements, uncomfortable climate, cultural difficulties, and constraints to performing one's duties.
5-point Likert (1 = Almost none of the time; 5 = Almost all of the time)
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Last updated November 5, 2013