- •People with tremor are subject to prejudicial assumptions and stigmatization.
- •ETStig is a new measure for quantifying stigma experience, psychological distress and behavior dysfunction in ET.
- •It was developed in conjunction with a panel of people with ET as well as clinical and research experts.
- •It is reliable, internally consistent, concurrent with an existing scale, and covaries with openness to psychological therapy.
Abbreviations:ET (Essential Tremor), UTSW (University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center), UF (University of Florida)
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