Dyadic Adjustment Scale
1st name and initial *
e.g. Chris S
Your answer
Most persons have disagreements in their relationships. Please indicate below the approximate extent of agreement or disagreement between you and your partner for each item on the following list.
5 Always agree
4 Almost always agree
3 Occasionally disagree
2 Frequently disagree
1 Almost always disagree
0 Always disagree
1. Handling family finances
2. Matters of recreation
3. Religious matters
4. Demonstrations of affection
5. Friends
6. Sex relations
7. Conventionality (correct or proper behavior)
Most persons have disagreements in their relationships. Please indicate below the approximate extent of agreement or disagreement between you and your partner for each item on the following list.
5 Always agree
4 Almost always agree
3 Occasionally disagree
2 Frequently disagree
1 Almost always disagree
0 Always disagree
8. Philosophy of life
9. Ways of dealing with parents or in-laws
10. Aims, goals, and things believed important
11. Amount of time spent together
12. Making major decisions
13. Household tasks
14. Leisure time interests and activities
15. Career decisions
How often do you.....
0 All the time
1 Most of the time
2 More often than not
3 Occasionally
4 Rarely
5 Never
16. How often do you discuss or have you considered divorce, separation, or terminating your relationship?
17. How often do you or your mate leave the house after a fight?
18. In general, how often do you think that things between you and your  partner are going well?
19. Do you confide in your mate?
20. Do you ever regret that you married? (or lived together)
21. How often do you and your partner quarrel?
22. How often do you and your mate “get on each other’s nerves?”
Do you kiss your mate?
24. Do you and your mate engage in outside interests together?
How often would you say the following events occur between you and your mate?
0 = Never
1 = Less than once a month
2 = Once or twice a month
3 = Once or twice a week
4 = Once a day
5= More often
25. Have a stimulating exchange of ideas
26. Laugh together
27. Calmly discuss something
28. Work together on a project
These are some things about which couples sometimes agree and sometime disagree. Indicate if either item below caused differences of opinions or were problems in your relationship during the past few weeks. (Check yes or no)
0 Yes
1 No
29. Being too tired for sex.
30. Not showing love.
31. The statement following represent different degrees of happiness in your relationship. The middle point, “happy,” represents the degree of happiness of most relationships. Please check the statement which best describes the degree of happiness, all things considered, of your relationship.
32. Which of the following statements best describes how you feel about the future of your relationship?
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