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Piers-Harris Childrens Self-Concept Scale-Second Edition

The Piers-Harris Childrens Self-Concept Scale-Second Edition is a self-report questionnaire that includes
statements that express how people may feel about themselves. There are no right or wrong answers. The
Piers-Harris II includes a Total Score, which is the number of items endorsed in the direction of positive self-
concept. Higher scores indicate a favorable self-concept (high degree of self-esteem or self-regard),
whereas lower scores are associated with lower self-concept. The Total Score is derived from six scales.

STUDENT completed the Piers-Harris II. His/her overall profile is considered valid. STUDENTs Total Score
fell within the average range (T=45), which is considered to be within normal limits. Scores within this range
usually represent a balanced self-evaluation, acknowledging both positive and negative aspects of the self.

The Behavioral Adjustment scale measures problematic behavior. STUDENTs score fell within the average
range (T=43), indicating that he/she feels he/she behaves fairly well, though acknowledges a few difficulties.
For example, STUDENT reported that.

The Intellectual and School Status scale measures a students perception of his/her abilities with respect to
intellectual and academic tasks, as well as his/her satisfaction with school, and future expectations about
achievement. STUDENTs score fell within the low end of the average range (T=40). He/she reported that
he/she has more difficulties with academic work than is typical, though still within normal limits. For
example, STUDENT reported.

The Physical Appearance and Attributes scale measures a students perception of his/her own physical
appearance, as well as attributes such as leadership and the ability to express ideas. STUDENTs score fell
within the average range (T=48), indicating a mostly positive appraisal. He/she reported that.

The Freedom from Anxiety scale assesses a variety of emotions, including shyness, sadness, fear, worry,
nervousness, and feelings of being left out of things. STUDENTs score fell within the average range
(T=48). He/she reported mostly positive emotional states, acknowledging a few difficulties. STUDENT
reported.

The Popularity scale is a measure of social functioning. It measures the students perception of his/her
popularity, ability to make friends, and feelings of being included. STUDENTs score fell within the average
range (T=50). He/she reported.

The Happiness and Satisfaction scale is said to reflect a students happiness and satisfaction with life, in
general. STUDENTs score fell within the average range (T=51), indicating a mostly positive appraisal of
his/her life circumstances.