The interpersonal nature of self-esteem : Do different measures of self-esteem possess similar interpersonal content ?

@inproceedings{ZeiglerHill2010TheIN,
  title={The interpersonal nature of self-esteem : Do different measures of self-esteem possess similar interpersonal content ?},
  author={Virgil Zeigler-Hill},
  year={2010}
}
The present study examined the interpersonal content of various self-esteem instruments in order to determine the interpersonal similarity of these measures. This was accomplished by measuring selfesteem and interpersonal style across seven samples (N = 1422). Each of the self-esteem instruments possessed significant interpersonal content and demonstrated interpersonal cohesion to the extent that all of the measures were located in either the Assured-Dominant or Gregarious-Extraverted regions… CONTINUE READING

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