Information about the Circumplex Scales of Interpersonal Values.

csiv

Format

An object of class instrument of length 5.

Source

https://www.webpages.uidaho.edu/klocke/csiv.htm

Examples

instrument("csiv") summary(csiv)
#> CSIV: Circumplex Scales of Interpersonal Values #> 64 items, 8 scales, 1 normative data sets #> Locke (2000) #> <https://doi.org/10.1207/S15327752JPA7502_6> #> #> The CSIV contains 8 circumplex scales. #> PA: +A (90 degrees) #> BC: +A-C (135 degrees) #> DE: -C (180 degrees) #> FG: -A-C (225 degrees) #> HI: -A (270 degrees) #> JK: -A+C (315 degrees) #> LM: +C (360 degrees) #> NO: +A+C (45 degrees) #> #> The CSIV is rated using the following 5-point scale. #> 0. Not important to me #> 1. Mildly important to me #> 2. Moderately important to me #> 3. Very important to me #> 4. Extremely important to me #> #> The CSIV contains 64 items (open-access): #> 1. That I appear confident #> 2. That I not reveal my positive feelings for them #> 3. That I feel connected to them #> 4. That I appear forceful #> 5. That I conform to their expectations #> 6. That I am unique #> 7. That I keep my guard up #> 8. That I put their needs before mine #> 9. That they acknowledge when I am right #> 10. That I not make a social blunder #> 11. That they show interest in what I have to say #> 12. That I attack back when I am attacked #> 13. That I not get into an argument #> 14. That they not deceive me #> 15. That they not know what I am thinking or feelings #> 16. That they not see me as getting in their way #> 17. That I get the chance to voice my views #> 18. That I appear aloof #> 19. That they support me when I am having problems #> 20. That I keep the upper hand #> 21. That I do what they want me to do #> 22. That I express myself openly #> 23. That I not show I care about them #> 24. That I get along with them #> 25. That they respect my privacy #> 26. That I not make mistakes in front of them #> 27. That they understand me #> 28. That I put my needs first #> 29. That I live up to their expectations #> 30. That they respect what I have to say #> 31. That they keep their distance from me #> 32. That they not reject me #> 33. That I not back down when disagreements arise #> 34. That I not say something stupid #> 35. That they come to me with their problems #> 36. That I am the one in charge #> 37. That I not make them angry #> 38. That I have an impact on them #> 39. That I do better than them #> 40. That I make them feel happy #> 41. That they not tell me what to do #> 42. That I not expose myself to the possibility of rejection #> 43. That they are considerate #> 44. That I avenge insults and injustices against me #> 45. That I go along with what they want to do #> 46. That they show me respect #> 47. That they see me as cool and unemotional #> 48. That they approve of me #> 49. That I am obeyed when I am in authority #> 50. That I not expose myself to ridicule #> 51. That they stay with me when things aren't going well #> 52. That I win if there is an argument #> 53. That I not embarrass myself #> 54. That they see me as responsible #> 55. That I appear detached #> 56. That they think I am a nice person #> 57. That they admit it when they are wrong #> 58. That I keep my thoughts or feelings to myself #> 59. That they show concern for how I am feeling #> 60. That they mind their own business #> 61. That they not get angry with me #> 62. That they listen to what I have to say #> 63. That I not reveal what I am really like #> 64. That they not get their feelings hurt #> #> The CSIV currently has 1 normative data set(s): #> 1. 1200 American college students #> Locke (2000) #> <https://www.webpages.uidaho.edu/klocke/csiv.htm>