On the whole, as measured by the Client Satisfaction Questionnaire, the participants were satisfied and cherished the hypnotherapeutic experience.
What does CSQ stand for?
CSQ stands for Client Satisfaction Questionnaire (Measurement of quality of health and human services)
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We have 42 other meanings of CSQ in our Acronym Attic
- Calsequestrin (protein)
- Camera Store Quality
- Caregiver Strain Questionnaire
- Carrier Squelch (radio, scanner)
- Cell Signal Quality (cell phones)
- Centrale des Syndicats du Québec (Trade Union)
- Certificat de Sélection du Québec (Quebec selection certificate; immigration document)
- CHARTD (Computational Hydrodynamics and Radiative Thermal Diffusion) Squared
- Chicago Saxophone Quartet (Wildwood, Illinois)
- Club Sportif de Quincy (French sports club)
- Coastal Sentry Quebec
- Cognitive Skills Quotient
- Computer Systems Quality
- Conformance Statement Questionnaire (open group standards information base)
- Contact Service Queue (Cisco)
- Coping Strategies Questionnaire
- Creation Science Quarterly
- Cryptofacility Security Questionnaire
- Cultural Survival Quarterly (Cambridge, MA)
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This 8-item measure is a short form of Attkisson and Zwick's (1982) 31-item Client Satisfaction Questionnaire.
Instruments A client satisfaction questionnaire (CSQ-8), which is an eight-item questionnaire used to measure client satisfaction developed by Larsen, Attkisson, Hargreaves and Nguyen (1979:204), was adapted for use in this study.
Table: Figure I The client satisfaction questionnaire Table: Figure II Summary of client ratings The ratings are based on 4-point scales, from 1 for not important to 4 for very important, and from 1 for poor performance to 4 for excellent performance.
The Client Satisfaction Questionnaire 31 (CSQ-31), for example, developed by Larsen, Atkisson, Hargreaves, and Nguyen (1979) for the mental health field, has an established level of construct validity.