Self Esteem

Self-Esteem Index (SEI)

The Self-Esteem Index (SEI) is a multidimensional instrument that measures how adolescents and children perceive and value themselves.  Some of the common uses of this instrument include:  identifying problems (behavior, emotional, adjustment, self-esteem), confirming referrals, and planning a method for solving the problem (goals, meetings, etc.) Participants are asked to respond to 80-item self-report test

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Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale (SES)

The Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale is a tool for assessing global self-esteem.  Psychologists and sociologists are common users for this instrument.  Also, the instrument is a vital part of self-esteem measure in social science research and is mainly used adolescents.  RES exists in several languages – English, French, and Norwegian. Ten statements are included in the

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Relationship Self-Efficacy Scale (RSE)

The Relationship Self-Efficacy Scale is a 35-item instrument which asks “Within your present relationship, how confident are YOU in YOUR ability to do each of the following?,” and then lists 35 “adaptive relationship maintenance behaviors” which Respondents rate using a 9-point Likert-type scale ranging from “I’m not sure at all” to “I’m completely sure”. Authors

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