December, 2007

The Conservation of Resources Evaluation (COR-E) is the companion measure to COR theory.  The COR-E was developed in collaboration with Roy Lilly.  It is a list of 74 resources that people respond to as their degree of loss and gain.  In administering the scale, it is critical to assess losses and gains separately.  Otherwise, respondents average their scores and this obviates application of the theory.  Related publications can be found on my vita.  


If you would like a copy of my COR-E click here.