Rosenberg's Self-Esteem Scale
The Rosenberg self-esteem scale, named after M. Rosenberg, is a widely-used self-esteem measure in social science research. The scale is a ten-item Likert scale with items answered on a four-point scale — from strongly agree to strongly disagree. The original sample for which the scale was developed consisted of 5,024 high school juniors and seniors from 10 randomly selected schools in New York state.
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For the following 10 questions, select the answer you feel is most accurate. An interpretation of your results can be found at the very bottom of this page.
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