Rosenberg Self Esteem Scale Surveys Measure

Rosenberg Self Esteem Scale Surveys Measure Discussion One of the most efficient ways to operationally define a dependent variable (the variable that is expected to change as a result of the independent variable) is to use an established and validated survey measure.

Rosenberg Self Esteem Scale Surveys Measure
Rosenberg Self Esteem Scale Surveys Measure

An example of such a survey measure is the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale which you can view at http://www.bsos.umd.edu/socy/research/rosenberg.htm

For this week’s Discussion Post, research and choose an existing survey that your Research Team could use to measure your dependent variable. Click the Library tab on the left-hand navigation bar to access PCC’s online database. If you need a refresher, review chapter two of your text

https://opentext.wsu.edu/carriecuttler/part/chapter-2-getting-started-in-research/

Include the following:

  1. Your team’s hypothesis: It would take approximately 20 minutes of exercise to reduce stress levels.
  2. A link or PDF of the survey you chose to measure your dependent variable

Why you chose that survey to measure your dependent variable

  1. Finally, choose one item from the measure. Comment on how someone might respond to that item based on the cognitive model of survey responding.

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