Coopersmith Self-Esteem Inventories

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An instrument comprising three forms designed to measure self-esteem: two forms for schoolchildren and an adult form, all items having dichotomous response categories (Like me or Unlike me). Each scale yields scores for self-esteem in relation to social self and peers, home and parents, school and academic, total self, and a lie scale score. The scales were constructed by the US psychologist Stanley Coopersmith (1926–79), and the original version was published in Coopersmith's book Antecedents of Self-Esteem (1967). CSEI abbrev.

Subjects: Psychology.

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