Craving Experience Questionnaire (CEQ)
We developed the CEQ to measure key aspects of craving as defined by Elaborated Intrusion theory (Kavanagh, Andrade & May, 2005). The scale can be adapted to cravings for a range of substances. It contains a Strength form to assess intensity of craving at a particular time point (e.g., craving right now, or worst craving episode in the past week) and a Frequency form to assess the frequency of cravings over a particular time period (e.g., last week, or while you were in the lab).
May, J., Andrade, J., Kavanagh, D. J., Feeney, F. X., Gullo, M., Statham, D. J., Skorka-Brown, J., Connolly, J. M., Cassimatis, M., Young, R. McD., & Connor, J. P. (2014). The Craving Experience Questionnaire: A brief, theory-based measure of consummatory desire and craving. Addiction, 109, 728–735.
Plymouth Sensory Imagery Questionnaire (Psi-Q)
A starting point for our research is that imagery is a multi-sensory, embodied mental experience, not merely ‘pictures in the head’. The PSI-Q is a tool for assessing the vividness of such imagery in seven different modalities: visual, auditory, olfactory, gustatory, tactile, bodily sensations (e.g., walking briskly in the cold), and emotion.
Andrade, J., May, J., Deeprose, C., Baugh, S.J., Ganis, G. (2013). Assessing Vividness of Mental Imagery: The Plymouth Sensory Imagery Questionnaire. British Journal of Psychology. DOI: 10.1111/bjop.12050