DSSEI: Domain Specific Self-Esteem Inventory

Description Usage Format Items Source

Description

A set of center distances and latent correlations for items and facets of the DSSEI, completed by 2272 german speaking participants using the german version of the questionnaire.

Usage

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Format

An object of class list of length 2.

Items

__ Social Competence (So) __

1. I usually feel as if I have handled myself well at social gatherings.

5. I feel secure in social situations.

9. I feel confident of my social behaviour.

13. I am often troubled with shyness. (R)

17. At social gatherings I am often withdrawn, not at all outgoing. (R)

__ Task-Related Abilities (Ab) __

2. I feel as if I lack the necessary skills to really succeed at the work I do. (R)

6. I am able to do things as well as most other people.

10. I usually expect to succeed at the things I do.

14. I almost always accomplish the goals I set for myself.

18. In general, I feel confident about my abilities.

__ Physical Appeal (Ph) __

3. I feel that others would consider me to be attractive.

7. I'm not as nice looking as most people. (R)

11. I feel confident that my physical appearance is appealing to others.

15. I am satisfied with the way I look.

19. I feel unattractive compared to most people my age. (R)

__ Public Presentation (Pb) __

4. When I speak in a large group discussion, I usually feel sure of myself.

8. I enjoy being in front of large audiences.

12. I feel quite confident when speaking before a group of my peers.

16. I find it very hard to talk in front of a group. (R)

20. When I talk in front of a group of people my own age, I am usually somewhat worried or afraid. (R)

(Hoyle, R. H. (1991). Evaluating measurement models in clinical research: Covariance structure analysis of latent variable models of self-conception. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 59(1), 67.)

Source

Dantlgraber, M., Stieger, S., & Reips, U.-D. (in revision). Introducing Item Pool Visualization (IPV)


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