自己受容尺度作成と青年期自己受容の発達的変化 : 2次元から見た自己受容発達プロセス Construction of Self-Acceptance Scale and It's Developmental Changes in Adolescence : The Developmental Process of Self-Acceptance from the Viewpoint of Two Demensions.
The main purpose of this study is to construct a scale for self-acceptance, and to examine the process of developmental changes in adolescent's self-acceptance comparing between males and females, by using this scale. According to the analysis of self-reports by 129 senior high-school students, the self-acceptance scale was made up. This scale is composed of two dimensions : one is evaluative dimension' good-bad', and the other is affective one 'like-dislike', each dimension includes five domains ; way of life, personality, family, school, and body-ability. There are six items in each domain. The scale was given to the subjects in the form of a sentence-completion test. By invastigating 589 adolescents, it is clarified that this scale has full reliability and validity. And from the results of YG, test for 398 adolescents, self-acceptance is found to be classified into four types. According to a research of self-acceptance scale involving 1324 adolescents, it was made clear that the self-acceptance's score of the male decreased uniformly ; while the score of the female remained unchanged, with the domains of 'family' distancing itself from the other domains.
発達心理学研究 2(2), 70-77, 1991