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The Tennessee Self-Concept Scale is a self report personality measure of self concept across the age range of 7-90.

It was developed by William F. Fitts and W.L. Warren

An updated version, the TSCS-2 has been published by Western Psychological Services since 1996.[1]

FormsEdit

There is an adult and a child form, as well as a 20 item short form.

AdministrationEdit

The forms can be administered to a group or to individuals within the 10-20 minute time frame


NormsEdit

The scale has been standardized on a US sample of more than 3,000 people across the age range.

References Edit

  1. William H. Fitts and W. L. Warren (1996) "Tennessee Self-Concept Scale: Second Edition".

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