Section 1: An Introduction to Issues and Choices. C. Bradley, An Introduction to the Guide to Psychological Measurement in Diabetes Research and Practice. C. Todd, C. Bradley, Evaluating the Design and Development of Psychological Scales. C. Bradley, Translation of Questionnaires for Use in Different Languages and Cultures. T. Posner, Qualitative Methods in Psychosocial Research. Section 2. Quality of Life, Well-being and Satisfaction Measures. A.M. Jacobson and The Diabetes Control and Complications Trial Research Group, The Diabetes Quality of Life Measure. C. Bradley, The Well-being Questionnaire. C. Bradley, Diabetes Treatment Satisfaction Questionnaire: (DTSQ). A. Irvine, D. Cox, L. Gonder-Frederick, The Fear of Hypoglycaemia Scale. Section 3: Knowledge and Cognitive Function. L.J. Beeney, S.M. Dunn, G. Welch, Measurement of Diabetes Knowledge C.M. Ryan, Measures of Cognitive Function. Section 4: Measures of Attitudes and Beliefs. G. Welch, S.M. Dunn, L.J. Beeney, The ATT39: A Measure of Psychological Adjustment to Diabetes. K.S. Lewis, C. Bradley, Measures of Diabetes-specific Health Beliefs. C. Bradley, Measures of Perceived Control of Diabetes. Section 5: Measures of Behaviour and Composite Measures. R.E. Glasgow, Social-environmental Factors in Diabetes: Barriers to Diabetes Self-care. D.J. Toobert, R.E. Glasgow, Assessing Diabetes Self-management: The Summary of Diabetes Self-care Activities Questionnaire. Section 6: Use and Abuse of Psychological Measures. C. Bradley, Adapting Scales and Procedures: The Limits of Reliability and Validity. Appendix: Additional Measures Including Recently Developed and Newly Designed Scales. Author Index. Subject Index.