publication . Article . 2009

La escala de autoestima de Rosenberg: Validación para Chile en una muestra de jóvenes adultos, adultos y adultos mayores

Rojas-Barahona, Cristian A; Zegers P, Beatriz; Förster M, Carla E;
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  • Published: 01 Jun 2009 Journal: Revista médica de Chile, volume 137 (eissn: 0034-9887, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: SciELO Comision Nacional de Investigacion Cientifica Y Tecnologica (CONICYT)
Abstract
entiende la autoestima como unsentimiento hacia uno mismo, que puede serpositivo o negativo, el cual se construye pormedio de una evaluacion de las propias caracteris-ticas. La escala fue dirigida en un principio aadolescentes, hoy se usa con otros grupos etarios.Su aplicacion es simple y rapida. Cuenta con 10items, divididos equitativamente en positivos ynegativos (ejemplos, sentimiento positivo: “creoque tengo un buen numero de cualidades”,sentimiento negativo: “siento que no tengo mu-chos motivos para sentirme orgulloso de mi”). Esun instrumento unidimensional que se contesta enuna escala de 4 alternativas, que va desde “muyde acuerdo” a “muy en desacuerdo”.L...
Subjects
free text keywords: Mental health, Self assessment (Psychology), Self concept, General Medicine, Chilena, biology.organism_classification, biology, Internal medicine, medicine.medical_specialty, medicine, business.industry, business, Endocrinology, Humanities
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