Information about the Interpersonal Goals Inventory for Children, Revised Version.

igicr

Format

An object of class instrument of length 5.

Source

https://doi.org/10.1177/1073191111411672

Examples

instrument("igicr") summary(igicr)
#> IGI-CR: Interpersonal Goals Inventory for Children, Revised Version #> 32 items, 8 scales, 3 normative data sets #> Trucco, Wright, & Colder (2013) #> <https://doi.org/10.1177/1073191111411672> #> #> The IGI-CR 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 IGI-CR is rated using the following 5-point scale. #> 0. Not at all important to me #> 1. Somewhat important to me #> 2. Important to me #> 3. Very important to me #> 4. Extremely important to me #> #> The IGI-CR contains 32 items (open-access): #> 1. Your peers respect and admire you #> 2. Your peers agree to do what you suggest #> 3. You do not show your feelings in front of your peers #> 4. You do not do anything ridiculous #> 5. Your peers do not get angry with you #> 6. Everyone feels good #> 7. You feel close to your peers #> 8. You say exactly what you want #> 9. You appear self-confident and make an impression on your peers #> 10. You get to decide what to play #> 11. You do not give away too much about yourself #> 12. You do not say stupid things when your peers are listening #> 13. You do not make your peers angry #> 14. You can put your peers in a good mood #> 15. Real friendship develops between you #> 16. Your peers listen to your opinion #> 17. Your peers think you are smart #> 18. The group does what you say #> 19. You keep your thoughts to yourself #> 20. Your peers do not laugh or make fun of you #> 21. You do not annoy your peers #> 22. You are able to please your peers #> 23. Your peers help you when you have a problem #> 24. You can state your opinion #> 25. You don't back down when there is a disagreement #> 26. You feel you have control over your peers #> 27. You do not let your peers get too close to you #> 28. You do not make a fool of yourself in front of your peers #> 29. You let your peers make decisions #> 30. You agree with your peers about things #> 31. Your peers come to you when they have a problem #> 32. You are able to tell your peers how you feel #> #> The IGI-CR currently has 3 normative data set(s): #> 1. 387 American community adolescents (age 11-13), overall #> Trucco, Wright, & Colder (2013) #> <https://doi.org/10.1177/1073191111411672> #> 2. 174 American community adolescents (age 11-13), males #> Trucco, Wright, & Colder (2013) #> <https://doi.org/10.1177/1073191111411672> #> 3. 213 American community adolescents (age 11-13), females #> Trucco, Wright, & Colder (2013) #> <https://doi.org/10.1177/1073191111411672>