Agnew Relationship Measure

Agnew Relationship Measure

The Agnew Relationship Measure (ARM) is a psychological assessment tool designed to evaluate the quality of relationships between individuals. It was developed by Andrew L. Agnew and colleagues to provide a comprehensive understanding of different facets of relationships. The ARM assesses various dimensions such as satisfaction, stability, and communication within a relationship. This measure helps psychologists and researchers gain insights into the dynamics of relationships and can be used in both clinical and research settings to evaluate the strength and health of relationships.