Adaptación, validación y normalización de la escala de autoconcepto de Piers- Harris para los/as niños/as puertorriqueño/as entre las edades de ocho a once. Escala de Autoconcepto Piers Harris · Escala de Autoconcepto de Tennessee ( Perfil) Descripción: Test de Autoestima Piers Harris y Tae Clases (1). Cardenal, V., & Fierro, A. (). Componentes y correlatos del autoconcepto en la escala de Piers-Harris. Estudios de Psicologia, 24,

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Journal of Educational Psychology, 76, This opens up a number of new avenues autlconcepto research, just as this view of social self-concept raises the need to study the relationships which exist between each of the autoconceepto and other psychological variables, such as social skills, social support and even social status. Assessing goodness of fit: Cut-off criteria for fit indices in covariance structure analysis: The Perceived Competence Scale for Children. The results fail to completely answer all the questions raised regarding the multidimensional and hierarchical composition and structure of self-concept.

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Indeed, it is precisely intervention expectations in both the field of physical education and the clinical context which have, from the nineteen-nineties onwards, driven research into physical self-concept. Discussion Although interest in social self-concept is by no means a recent development, there is a distinct lack of studies attempting to demarcate its internal structure, or in piets words, to elucidate the number and nature of the principal dimensions that account for said structure in a satisfactory manner.

The Spanish Journal of Psychology, 15 3 The uarris aims of this research project were to verify, using exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses, whether or not social self-perceptions measured using the AUSO fit the hypothesized two-factor structure social competence and social responsibilityand to check the internal consistency of the questionnaire itself. What has yet to be clarified, however, is whether these two dimensions alone social acceptance and social competence are sufficient to explain the self-perceptions of social development.

El resultado puede ser positivo o negativo, indicando de este modo debilidades o fortalezas. Identifying these types of connections is extremely valuable, since it reveals new perspectives from which to approach educational interventions designed to help individuals achieve better personal adjustment.


Self-concept in artistic domains: This study escsla to analyze the factorial structure of pifrs newly-created Cuestionario de Autoconcepto Social – AUSO from here on the Social Self-concept Questionnaire, or AUSOwhich consists of two scales measuring social responsibility and social competence. Primary Self-concept Inventory Test Manual.

Se resta este promedio total a cada uno de los puntajes promedio de las sub-escalas. Autoconcepto social; desarrollo social; instrumento de medida; fiabilidad; estructura factorial. It would, for example, be interesting to analyze the relationship between social responsibility, understood as a dimension of social selfconcept, and the moral dimension of personal self-concept, since these are two separate dimensions both related to social life.

Development and validation of a measuring instrument for Burnout Syndrome in teachers.

At the beginning of scientific psychology, self-concept was predominantly viewed as a unidimensional concept, a kind of global perception of the self. Current methodological considerations in exploratory and confirmatory factor analysis.

We expected the corresponding exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses to confirm a structure made up of two interrelated factors social competence and social responsibilitywith an adequate internal consistency.

The multidimensional Self Concept Scale. Consequently, for decades now it ahrris been one of the most-studied elements pirrs this particular field of research. Is parsimony always desirable?

This study presents empirical data autovoncepto support a theoretical model of social self-concept, along with a measurement instrument, the Social Self-concept Questionnaire AUSOthat was developed in accordance with said model. Escala de Resiliencia de Wagnild y Young. Escala de Tennessee de Autoconcepto. Their relationships to age, sex and academic measures. School and personal adjustment in adolescence: Conventional criteria versus new alternatives.

The final sample group therefore consisted of people: Although interest in social self-concept is by no means a recent development, there is a distinct lack of studies attempting to demarcate its internal structure, or in other words, to elucidate the number and nature of the principal dimensions that account for said structure in a satisfactory manner.

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Participants were selected using a stratified incidental sampling technique, with different levels and groups being chosen randomly in each college. Dado que en general los sujetos que responden no conocen los beneficios que puede traerle el presentar un cuadro desfavorable de ellos mismos, puede decirse que los puntajes bajos en la escala reflejan baja autoestima.


The problem here, however, is that the scale, which was administered to the Chilean population, provides no data providing evidence of external validity. Autoconcepto y ajuste autoconcepo en la adolescencia The self-concept and psychosocial adjustment in adolescence. Defining psychosocial maturity in adolescence. Journal of Personality Assessment, 52 3 A revised thai multidimensional scale of perceived social support.

The configuration matrix resulting from the exploratory factor analysis is presented in Escalaa 3. These results support the idea that one’s perception of oneself as a socially competent being and one’s perception of oneself as a socially accepted being are so closely related that, autoconcrpto reality, they form a single component, which we propose to call social competencesince this is the more widely used term in psychology. La prueba proporciona perfiles que ilustran esta tendencia.

The Spanish Journal of Psychology, 14 1 It is a fast screening method for adolescents and ajtoconcepto adults that offers good psychometric characteristics that justify its use and application in both applied practice and research.

Child Development, 53 1 For decades, attention remained mainly focused on academic self-concept, or precisely, global self-concept in relation to academic achievement. On the ewcala of social selfconcept for pre- early and late adolescents: A causal modeling approach. The second model M2 was made up of two uncorrelated factors social responsibility and social competence.

This approach is reflected in the unidimensional Social Self-concept Scale pirs by Silva and Martinez Revision of the Perceived Competence Scale for Children.

Journal of Experimental Education, 64, Escala de Autoconcepto Piers Harris.

Figure 1 contains a graphic representation of the two-factor model of correlated factors, corrected through the liberation of these two errors M3Lsince this was found to be the best model for escal the factorial structure of the AUSO.

Towards an Integration of the concept “burnout” and its explanatory models.