- Children 9-12,5 years,, Netherlands, 2010
- Survey name:
- Unnamed study
- N = 183
- Non Response:
- Questionnaire: paper
- Authors's label
- Behavioral conduct
- Our Classification
- Error Estimates
- alpha: .68
- Source: Veerman, Straathof, Treffers, Van den Bergh&Ten Brink (1997). Self-Perception profile for Children (SPPC). 36 items, scored on 4-pointsscale. Children can pick out of two statements to indicate whether the statement is ' really true' for them or only ' sort of true' . Six subscales for scholastic and athletic competence, social acceptance, physical apperarance, behavioral conduct, and general selfesteem.
- Does the child feel his or her behaviour is decent and morally acceptable? And that his or her behaviour is consistent with expectations. How good (in behavior) is the child at school in her or his own perception and how is her or his assessment of her or his achievements at school. Self-Perception profile for Children (SPPC). 36 items, scored on 4-pointsscale. Children can pick out of two statements to indicate whether the statement is 'really true' for them or only 'sort of true' . Examples:
1. Some children are usually unhappy about their own behaviour but other children are usually happy about their own behaviour.
2. Some children usually do things like they ared supposed to do them, but other children do things in an inappropriate way.