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Rosenberg ‘s Self-Esteem Scale: Two Factors or Method Effects. Results of a study with Spanish high school students suggest the existence of a global self-esteem factor underlying responses to Rosenberg ‘s M. RosenbergSelf-Esteem Scalealthough the inclusion of method effects is needed to achieve a good model fit. Method effects are associated with item wording. Utility of the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale.

The Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale RSES continues to be used to purportedly measure self-esteem of people with intellectual disabilities, despite ron lack of sound evidence concerning its validity and reliability when employed with this population. The psychometric foundations of the RSES were analyzed here with a sample of participants with….

Investigators of personality assessment yyeung becoming aware that using positively and negatively worded items in questionnaires to prevent acquiescence may negatively impact construct validity. Utility of the Rosenberg self-esteem scale.

The psychometric foundations of the RSES were analyzed here with a sample of participants with intellectual disabilities.

Overall, this scale showed only moderate temporal and moderate internal reliability and poor aspects of criterion validity. Results are discussed with reference to either developing a new measure of self-esteem or redesigning and simplifying the RSES in order to increase its initial face validity in intellectual disability samples.

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The objective of this descriptive, cross-sectional study was to evaluate the self-esteem of pregnant women seen in a prenatal care program conducted in a public school hospital. Data collection was performed using the Rosenberg ‘s Self-esteem Scale ; unsatisfactory self-esteem was related to socio-demographic and health variables of the pregnant woman, and to the presence or absence of support systems.

Descriptive and univariate statistical analysis were used to assess possible associations. As for the sociodemographic data, women with fewer years of education presented higher frequency of lower self-esteem scores, which disagrees with other studies.

Pregnant women who report having an unplanned pregnancy presented higher prevalence of low self-esteem than those who reported having planned their pregnancy.

The lack of support from the partner to look after the baby was also associated to the pregnant women’s low self-esteem. Other associations between variables were not statistically significant. Self-esteem among nursing assistants: Validity testing for the positive and negative subscales of the RSES was based on confirmatory factor analysis CFA using structural equation modeling and Rasch analysis. Estimates of reliability were based on Rasch analysis and the person separation index.

Evidence supports the reliability and validity of the RSES in NAs although we recommend minor revisions to the measure for subsequent use. Establishing reliable and valid measures of self-esteem in NAs will facilitate testing of interventions to strengthen workplace self-esteemjob satisfaction, and retention. Used nine different confirmatory factor analysis models to test the factorial structure of Rosenberg ‘s M.

Rosenbergself-esteem scale with a sample of crack-cocaine users. Results partly support ron research to show a single global self-esteem factor underlying responses to the Rosenberg scalemethod effects associated with item…. The reliability of the Yyeung Self-Esteem Scale compared with the Self-Esteem Visual Analog Scale was ther tested between February and March on volunteers, including patients with psychiatric illness and normal volunteers.

The authors analyzed the internal consistency and factor structure of the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale -Thai version and the correlation between it and the Visual Analog Scale.

Two factors, viz, the positively and negatively framea items, from the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale -Thai version accounted for The Rosenberg Self-Esteem Inventory RSE is a item scale purporting to measure self-esteem using self-acceptance and self-worth statements. This analysis covers concerns about the degree to which the RSE items represent a particular content universe, the RSE’s applicability, factor analytic methods used, and the RSE’s reliability and validity.


Ten different confirmatory factor analysis models, including ones with correlated traits correlated methods, correlated traits correlated uniqueness, and correlated traits uncorrelated methods, were proposed to examine the factorial structure of the French version of the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale Rosenberg In line with previous studies….

Self-esteem is positively associated to the well being of people and could be a good mental health indicator. To determine the reliability and validity of the Rosenberg Self-esteem Scale in a Chilean adult sample. The instrument was applied to subjects living in the Metropolitan Region of Santiago, evenly distributed according to gender, age, educational level and income.

Cronbach’s alpha for reliability of the scale was 0. There was no gender bias and factor analysis grouped items into two factors 5 positive and 5 negative. The instrument had a correlation of 0. The Rosenberg Self-esteem Scale meets the criteria for validity and reliability of a quality instrument to measure self-esteem in Chile.

Psychometric characteristics and dimensionality of a Persian version of Rosenberg Self-esteem Scale. The Rosenberg Self-esteem scale was translated into Persian and 12 Iranian bilingual judges confirmed the soundness of translation. The psychometric properties of the Persian version of Rosenberg Self-esteem Scale were studied in two samples of Iranian college students separately.

Criterion measures of loneliness, depression, anxiety, neuroticism, psychoticism, misanthropy, locus of control, tendency to dissimulate, and measures of relationship with parents, peers, and academic achievement were obtained. Item-total score correlations and alpha reliabilities supported the internal consistency of the scale. Test-retest reliabilities indicated the stability of the scores, and correlations between scores of the scaleand criterion measures supported the concurrent validity of the Rosenberg scale.

Factor analysis of the Rosenberg scores confirmed the unidimensionality of the scale. The purpose of the present study was to examine the reliability, factorial validity and measurement invariance across gender, age and physical activity participation of a Portuguese version of the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale RSES. The sample consisted of 1, Portuguese youngsters male and 1, female with ages between 15 and 20 years.

An examination of the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale using collegiate wheelchair basketball student athletes. In accordance with previous research on the scaleCronbach alpha was.

The scale is useful for measuring global self-esteem in collegiate wheelchair basketball student athletes. The Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale: Confirmatory factor analysis revealed that the model that best fit the data, both in the total sample and in the male and female subsamples, was the one-factor structure with method effects associated with positively worded items.

The results indicated high, positive correlations between self-esteem and the five dimensions of self-concept. The scale showed satisfactory levels of internal consistency and temporal stability over a four-week period. Lastly, gender differences were obtained. These findings support the use of the RSES for the assessment of self-esteem in higher education.

Psychometric properties of the Rosenberg Self-esteem Scale among people with arthritis. After 30 years of use the factor structure of the Rosenberg Self-esteem Scale remains the subject of debate. Most studies have focused on school-aged or undergraduate students.

There are few psychometric data for older people or for those with disabilities. This study compared the factor structures of the Rosenberg Self-esteem Scale among adults with arthritis and undergraduate students.

A two-factor solution provided the best fit for both samples, although the item content of the factors differed slightly.

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Further investigation is required to assess whether the difference is due to age or the presence of physical disability. Nonetheless, the scale discriminated well between students and adults with arthritis.

In particular, concern remains regarding the degree to which the scale assesses self-esteem as a unidimensional or multidimensional positive and negative self-esteem construct. Using a sample of 3, high school students in the United Kingdom, 4 models were tested: The totality of results including item loadings, goodness-of-fit indexes, reliability estimates, and correlations with self-efficacy measures all supported the bifactor model, suggesting that the 2 hypothesized factors are better understood as “grouping” factors rather than as representative of latent constructs.


Accordingly, this study supports the unidimensionality of the RSES and the scoring of all 10 items to produce a global self-esteem score. Nevertheless, there is broad agreement that a simple unidimensional factor model, consistent with the original design and typical application in applied research, does not provide an adequate explanation of RSE….

Psychometric properties of the Rosenberg self-esteem scale in African American single mothers. The purpose of this cross sectional secondary analysis was to examine the psychometric properties of the scale in a sample of 98 African American single mothers. The RSE Scale showed adequate internal consistency with an alpha coefficient of. Two factors that accounted for a total of Self-esteem showed a strong negative relationship with both depressive symptoms and negative thinking.

This study provides support for the internal consistency of the RSE Scale and partial support for its construct validity in this population. The RSE appears to represent a bidimensional construct of self-esteem for African American women, with the cultural influences of racial esteem and the rejection of negative stereotypes forming a separate and distinct aspect of this concept.

The RSE Scale should be used and interpreted with caution in this population given these findings. Effectively diagnosing African Americans’ self-esteem has posed an unresolved challenge.

To address this assessment issue, we conducted exploratory factor analysis and Rasch analysis to assess the psychometric characteristics of the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale RSES, Rosenbergfor African American college students.

The dimensional structure of the RSES was first identified with the first subsample i. Exploratory factor analysis and Rasch analysis both supported unidimensionality of the measure, with that finding replicated for a random split of the sample. Response scale use was generally appropriate, items were endorsed at a high level reflecting high levels of self-esteemand person separation and reliability of person separation were adequate, and reflected results similar to those found in prior research.

However, as some categories were infrequently used, we also collapsed scale points and found a slight improvement in scale and item indices. No differential item functioning was found by sex or having received professional assistance versus not; there were no mean score differences by age group, marital status, or year in college. Two items were seen as problematic.

Implications for theory and research on multicultural mental health are discussed. The Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale is the most widely used instrument to assess self-esteem.

In light of the absence of adaptations in Colombia, this study seeks to validate and adapt this scale in the Colombian population, and perform factorial equivalence with the Spanish version. A total of 1, seniors Colombians and Spaniards were evaluated; the individuals answered the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale and sexual self-esteem scale. The average score of the items was similar to the questionnaire’s theoretical average, and standard deviations were close to one.

The psychometric properties of the items are generally adequate with alphas of. The Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale is the most utilized measure of global self-esteem. The purpose of this report was to replicate Marsh et al.

Our results indicated that indeed a response-bias does exist in esteem responses. Researchers should investigate ways to meaningfully examine and practically overcome the methodological challenges associated with the RSE scale.