The pictorial scale of perceived competence and social acceptance for young children.

@article{Harter1984ThePS,
  title={The pictorial scale of perceived competence and social acceptance for young children.},
  author={Susan Harter and Robin Pike},
  journal={Child development},
  year={1984},
  volume={55 6},
  pages={
          1969-82
        }
}
A new pictorial scale of perceived competence and social acceptance for young children, a downward extension of the Perceived Competence Scale for Children, is described. There are 2 versions of this instrument, 1 for preschoolers and kindergartners and a second for first and second graders, each tapping 4 domains: cognitive competence, physical competence, peer acceptance, and maternal acceptance. Factor analyses reveal a 2-factor solution. The first factor, general competence, is defined by… 

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The Perceived Competence Scale for Children.
HARTER, SUSAN. The Perceived Competence Scale for Children. CmILD DEVELOPMENT, 1982, 53, 87-97. A new self-report instrument, the Perceived Competence Scale for Children, is described. Emphasis is