THE SELF-REFLECTION AND INSIGHT SCALE: A NEW MEASURE OF PRIVATE SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS

@inproceedings{Grant2002THESA,
  title={THE SELF-REFLECTION AND INSIGHT SCALE: A NEW MEASURE OF PRIVATE SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS},
  author={Anthony M. Grant and John Hope Franklin and Peter E Langford},
  year={2002}
}
Private self-consciousness and the subordinate constructs of self-reflection and insight are key factors in the self-regulatory process underpinning the creation of behavior change, both in clinical practice with clinical populations, and in performance enhancing coaching with nonclinical populations. This paper reports the construction and validation of the SelfReflection and Insight Scale (SRIS) which is designed to be an advance on the Private SelfConsciousnes Scale (PrSCS; Fenigstein… CONTINUE READING
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