Abstract In this study the aims were to investigate the rates of reliability of the Self-Esteem Inventory SEI - Form A and to describe the self-esteem considering the variables gender and age, in the four dimensions studied by the Inventory. The subjects of this study were children and adolescents from ten to 18 years old from a public school. The results referring to the reliability rates of the Self-Esteem Inventory SEI - Form A showed that the reliability had pointed satisfactory rates, although the internal consistency analyzed through the item-total correlation indicated problems in same items. This results conduct to discussions concerning the transcultural adaptation of assessment instruments and this study's conclusions point to the need of improving the chosen instruments in future investigations, towards improving the internal consistency of the items. Keywords: Self-esteem; psychological assessment; test adaptation. Cooley e G.

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Rosenberg self-esteem scale: Validation in a representative sample of Chilean adults. Santiago, Chile. Background : Self-esteem is positively associated to the well being of people and could be a good mental health indicator. Aim : To determine the reliability and validity of the Rosenberg Self-esteem Scale in a Chilean adult sample. Material and methods : The instrument was applied to subjects living in the Metropolitan Region of Santiago, evenly distributed according to gender, age, educational level and income. Results : Cronbach's alpha for reliability of the scale was 0. There was no gender bias and factor analysis grouped items into two factors 5positive and 5 negative.



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