Self-concept is one of the most popular ideas in psychological literature.
It is generally agreed, however, that self-esteem is me evaluative component of the self-concept. For example, Crandall defined self-esteem as "liking and respect for oneself which has some realistic basis" p.
Coopersmith defined self-esteem as "an expression of approval or disapproval, indicating the extent to which a person believes himself or herself competent, successful, significant and worthy" p. The purpose of this article is to review several self-esteem measures for school-age children, including both the self-report and rating types.
Although some of these measures are labeled as self-concept, they are actually intended to measure the evaluative facet of the self. Five widely used self-report instruments were chosen: These instruments provide a single global score and often subscale scores for self-esteem. Three rating scales were also included: I hope that this review, will provide some useful information for teachers and counselors who need to select appropriate measures of self-esteem for various purposes.
Rejection of Christianity and Self-Esteem. Williams, Emyr; Francis, Leslie J. After controlling for sex differences a small but significant correlation was found between the two variables, indicating that low Comparison of self-esteem scores: American and Indian adolescents.
Criteria used in selecting the subjects; Definition of self-esteem; Computations. Self-esteem in American and Chinese Taiwanese children. Composition of respondents selected for study; Administration of Coopersmith Self-Esteem Inventory; Cross-cultural comparisons of environmental factors.
Self-esteem and injury in competitive field hockey players. Details on the Coopersmith Self-esteem Inventory; Findings of a multiple regression analysis; Association between low self-esteem and injury in competition. High self-esteem is linked to increased school performance, improved health, and productive behavior.
This study reports on the effects of a four-lesson self-esteem enhancement program for six groups of 5th and 6th grade Coopersmith and Rosenberg compared. Reliability of the scales in assessing similar aspects of self-esteem; Assessment of different aspects of self-esteem.Tenesee Self-Concept Scale (TSCS) Description: A global measure of self-concept (subjective well-being), where the respondent answers self-descriptive items by means of which an individual portrays what he or she is, does, likes, and feels.
implication is made that the dimensions of self-concept as measured by the. Tennessee scale are invariate across a broad spectrum of populations.
Factor analytic studies of item responses as well as subscale scores using. adult groups have not yielded consistent results. Five widely used self-report instruments were chosen: the Coopersmith Self-Esteem Inventories, the Culture-Free Self-Esteem Inventories for Children and Adults, the Piers-Harris Children's Self-Concept Scale, the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale, and the Tennessee Self-Concept Scale.
Reviews self-esteem measures for school-age children, including the Coopersmith Self-Esteem Inventories, Culture-Free Self-Esteem Inventories for Children and Adults, Piers-Harris Children's Self-Concept Scale, Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale, Tennessee Self-Concept Scale, Behavioral Academic Self-Esteem Scale, Inferred Self-Concept Scale, and Self-Esteem Rating Scale for Children.
The Tennessee Self-Concept Scale (Fitts, ) is a multidimensional self-concept instrument that also purports to measure PSC.
In their review and empirical evaluation of this instrument, Marsh and Richards () found distinguishable physical components reflecting health, neat appearance, physical attractiveness, and physical fitness that. "The Piers-Harris Children's Self-Concept Scale" (Piers, ) and the "Tennessee Self Concept Scale" (Fitts, ), both commonly used instruments, are also rooted in the global tradition, although each also provides domain-specific scales.