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Self-schema Separateness- Connectedness: SC (Wang and Mowen 1997) - Statswork

Self-schema Separateness- Connectedness: SC (Wang and Mowen 1997

The Self-schema Separateness- Connectedness: SC developed by Wang and Mowen (1997) is a multidimensional measure using a 5-point Likert scale items ranging from does not describe me at all to describes me very well. The items scores were summed in the range from 1 to 5. The components of this scale are:

  • Independence/Individuality Factor
  • Self-Other Boundary Factor

These components contain items specific to reflects an individual's self-perception in relation to others.

The authors state

" The separated person has a sense of independence and perceives him/herself as an individual who is distinct from others."

Authors

Cheng Lu Wang, and John C. Mowen

Reliability and Validity

  • Independence/Individuality Factor – 0.28
  • Self-Other Boundary Factor- 0.77

Obtaining the SC

Midwestern university

The author expressed their perception in following, with regards to SC scale. Researchers may utilise the scale of Self-Schema Separateness- Connectedness: SC (Wang and Mowen 1997) in any proper published source.

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