October 17, 2011
Construct Development, Scale Creation, and Process Analysis
1. Construct Development, Scale Creation, and Process Analysis
Self-Confidence Measure through scale with questions that determine how self confident a person may be.
a. Part I: Construct Development and Scale Creation
1) choose a construct you would like to measure.
2) Create an operational definition of your construct using at least three peer reviewed journal articles as sources as references.
Brown R. P. & Zeigler-Hill V. Narcissism and the non-equivalence of self-esteem measures: A matter of dominance. Journal of Research in Personality Volume 38, Issue 6, December 2004, Pages 585-592.
Hermon L.W.; Borgen F. H.; Berreth J. M.; King J. C.; & Ward C. C. The Skills Confidence Inventory: A Measure of Self-Efficacy. Journal of Career Assessment, Vol. 4, No. 4, 457-477 (1996) http://jca.sagepub.com/cgi/content/abstract/4/4/457
Self confidence is defined as one's ability to rely on own self, assert oneself socially, regarding what one thinks and possessing the skills to work independently based on one's learning from personal experience and the ability to make use of prior knowledge.
3) Select and list five items used to sample the domain.
Self-confidence measures include self-usefulness, self-esteem, knowledge and ability to work out problem situations and make informed and successful decisions, without relying on other individuals.
4) Select method of scaling appropriate for the domain. Justify why you...