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Table 3 Acceptability questions for the Up2-D2

From: Developing the universal unified prevention program for diverse disorders for school-aged children

No.ThemeItem exampleScaleLessons
1Enjoyment“Did you enjoy today’s lesson?”“Enjoyable” = 4, “a little enjoyable” = 3, “a little unenjoyable” = 2, and “unenjoyable” = 1All lessons
2Comprehension of a “gadget”“Did you understand the XXX?”“Understand” = 4, “a little understand” = 3, “not really understand” = 2, and “not understand at all” = 1All lessons
3Attainment of the lesson“Did you differentiate positive and negative emotions?” (Lesson 1)“Understand” = 4, “a little understand” = 3, “not really understand” = 2, and “not understand at all” = 1Except the last lesson
“Did you understand pleasant activities?” (Lesson 2)
“Did you understand what words were kind words?” (Lesson 3)
“Did you catch the point assertive asking? (Lesson 4)”
“Did you understand the relationship between emotion and body? (Lesson 5)”
“Did you understand what kinds of strengths existed? (Lesson 6)”
“Did you understand the relationship between emotion and thought? (Lesson 7)”
“Did you understand what kinds of unhelpful thoughts existed? (Lesson 8)”
“Did you understand how to list your difficult situations? (Lesson 9)”
“Did you understand how to challenge your difficult situations? (Lesson 10)”
“Did you understand the way for problem-solving? (Lesson 11)”
4Applicability of the lesson“Did you understand magnitude of emotions?” (Lesson 1)“Understand” = 4, “a little understand” = 3, “not really understand” = 2, and “not understand at all” = 1All lessons
“Did you find your pleasant activities?” (Lesson 2)
“Did you understand four different kind words? (Lesson 3)”
“Did you catch the point of assertive declining? (Lesson 4)”
“Did you find your favorite relaxation skill?” (Lesson 5)
“Did you find your strengths?” (Lesson 6)
“Did you understand people think differently even in the same situation?” (Lesson 7)
“Did you understand how to cope with the unhelpful thoughts (Lesson 8)”
“Did you understand how negative emotion will change if you challenge your difficult situations? (Lesson 9)”
“Did you understand how to challenge as small steps (Lesson 10)”
“Did you try three steps of problem solving (Lesson 11)”
“Did you understand how to combine these gadgets? (Lesson 12)”
5Self-efficacy“Do you think that you can use XXX in your daily life to YYY?”“I think I can do it” = 1, “I think I can do it a little” = 2, I do not think, I can really do it” = 3, and “I never think I can do it” = 4All lessons
  1. XXX a specific gadget name for the lesson, YYY a specific application for the lesson, Up2-D2 the Universal Unified Prevention Program for Diverse Disorders