construct validity, Self-Control Schedule, SCS
The present paper describes an investigation of the construct validity of the English version of M. Rosenbaum’s Self- Control Schedule (SCS). A total of 121 Brigham Young University students took the SCS and several other measures. t tests were conducted between the Brigham Young University student SCS means and the SCS means of samples from two midwestem universities. Pearson correlations between the SCS, the SCS subscales, Rotter’s I-E scale, the Manifest Anxiety scale, and the Religious Orientation scale were computed. Reliability analyses were conducted on the SCS subscales. The results (a) provide additional normative data about the SCS, (b) further establish the comparability of the Hebrew and English versions of the SCS, (c) expand the nomological network and support the construct validity of the SCS, and (d) indicate that the SCS may have potential as a multidimensional instrument.
Original Publication Citation
Richards, P.S. (1985). Construct validation of the self-control schedule. Journal of Research in Personality, 19, 208-218.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Richards, P. Scott, "Construct Validation of the Self-Control Schedule" (1985). Faculty Publications. 3873.
Journal of Research in Personality
David O. McKay School of Education
Counseling Psychology and Special Education
Academic Press, Inc.
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