Abbreviated hare self-esteem scale: Internal consistency and factor analysis

Kelley, R. Mark; Denny, George; Young, Michael
September 1997
American Journal of Health Studies;1997, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p180
Academic Journal
Presents the results of a study aimed at developing an abbreviated form of the Hare Self-Esteem Scale (HSES). Subscales contained within the original HSES; Usefulness of the HSES and the Abbreviated Hare Self-Esteem Scale in measuring self-esteem in upper elementary school students; Evidence of the existence of three separate factors within the original and abbreviated HSES.


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