theories personality measure#1 - This measure could relate to any of my peers because of the society we live in during these times majority of

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This measure could relate to any of my peers because of the society we live in, during these times majority of adolescents want to be accepted by people they like, or be welcomed by those certain people. Although this is not gonna apply to everyone, the majority of my peers would have satisfaction from a feeling of being accepted or belonging to a certain social construct. Or there could be people who simply do not care what others think or care to belong to any group. Leary, M. R., Kelly, K. M., Cottrell, C. A., & Schreindorfer, L. S. (2013). Construct validity of the Need To Belong Scale: Mapping the nomological network. Journal of Personality Assessment , 95 (6), 610– 624. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
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Unformatted text preview: slightly moderately very extremely If other people don’t seem to accept me, I don’t let it bother me O OO OO I try hard not to do things that will make other people avoid or reject me. OO O OO I seldom worry about whether other people care about me. OO O OO I need to feel that there are people I can turn to in times of need. O O O O O I want other people to accept me. OO O OO I do not like being alone. O O OOO Being apart from my friends for long periods of time does not bother me. OOO O O I have a strong “need to belong.” O O O O OIt bothers me a great deal when I am not included in other people’s plans. O O O O O My feelings are easily hurt when I feel that others do not accept me. OO O O OBelow indicate the degree to which each statement is true or characteristic of them on a 5-point scale....
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  • Spring '13
  • ScottHollenback
  • Want, Feeling, construct validity

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