A citation could be added for the reference to Patrick Corrigan's 2003 study in which he developed the AQ. - An Attribution Model of Public Discrimination Towards Persons with Mental Illness - Patrick Corrigan, Fred E. Markowitz, Amy Watson, David Rowan and Mary Ann Kubiak - Journal of Health and Social Behavior - Vol. 44, No. 2 (Jun., 2003), pp. 162-179 220.127.116.11 (discuss) 18:06, 9 November 2017 (UTC)
A citation for the R-Aq Pinto, M. D., Hickman, R., Logsdon, M. C., & Burant, C. (2012). Psychometric Evaluation of the Revised Attribution Questionnaire (r-AQ) to Measure Mental Illness Stigma in Adolescents. Journal of Nursing Measurement, 20(1), 47–58. 18.104.22.168 (discuss) 18:10, 9 November 2017 (UTC)
A global adaption for the attribution questionnaire: Encephale. 2013 Dec;39(6):408-15. doi: 10.1016/j.encep.2013.03.002. Epub 2013 Jun 30. [French translation, validation and adaptation of the Stigma Scale].
A citation for "In the original study in 2003 tested using a sample of students in community college, the researchers created the Attribution Questionnaire (AQ) based on prior theory on attribution, resulting emotional responses, and resulting discriminatory behavior." could be added
The Limitation sections says, "The various existing studies have suggested the latter, with fewer factors being endorsed than the original 9"--which studies have suggested the existence of fewer factors?
A link to the "Harry" vignette would be helpful for framing the assessment better.
There needs to be a citation for the "Impact" section. Where is the information coming from? Is it from one of the sources already listed; if so, then just re-cite it.
A citation for the "Limitations" section could also be added.
There are several places where the code for the page is clear in the Reader View. Also, the subscales for the AQ should be mentioned before the development and history section. Finally, the lead section should be retitled "Introduction."
Under CVS Shell, the quoted "deductive identification" needs a citation.
For easier viewing get rid of the "click here" buttons in the psychometric sections.
Instead, is it possible to view the AQ-27 and AQ-9 directly within the page?