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Self-Actualisation-Consumer-Self-Actualisation Test: CSAT (Brooker 1975)

The Self-Actualisation-Consumer-Self-Actualisation Test: CSAT scale developed by Brooker (1975) contains 20 items of the A vs. B variety. Each item receiving a self-actualizing response receives a score of 1 and is scored 0 otherwise. Scores are then summed to form an overall index which can range from 0 to 20. This measure attempts to assess consumer self-actualization. The scale had 16 characteristics such as simplicity, problem-centering, detached, mean end relationship, discrimination between means and ends; democratic; philosophical sense of humor; resolution of dichotomies; peak experiences; feeling for mankind; resistance to enculturation; creativeness; comfortable perceptions with reality, spontaneity and simplicity, naturalness, accepting of self and others, freshness of appreciation, Resistance to Enculturation)


George Brooker

Reliability and Validity

Item-to-total correlations ranged from .12 to .40.

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University of Wisconsin-Madison

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