Departmental Bulletin Paper ローゼンバーグ自尊感情尺度の2側面に関する研究 : 「肯定的自己像の受容」と自己愛,Well-beingとの関連
Two Dimensions of the Rosenberg Self-esteem Scale: Relationships among “Approving Positive Self-image”, Narcissism and Subjective Well-being

福留, 広大

The purpose of this study was to consider the psychological meaning of the term Approving Self-Image, also known as Positive Self-Esteem (PSE). PSE and Denying Negative Self-Image (known as Negative Self-Esteem; NSE) are two factors in the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale (RSES). The hypothesis was that PSE would have a positive correlation with both narcissism and subjective well-being, but NSE would not. I conducted a seventy-day lagged design three-wave longitudinal online survey. A statistical analysis of data from the first wave participants (N = 400) and the results of correlational analyses supported the hypothesis. Additionally, after examining the reciprocal relationships through a multilevel analysis of the longitudinal data, I found that PSE correlates with narcissism and subjective well-being in the within model. Finally, the results from the Random Intercept Cross Lagged Parameter Model (RI-CLPM) showed that there were no causal relationships between either PSE or NSE and narcissism, but that within-person change in PSE correlated with within-person change in narcissism.

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