Information about the Inventory of Interpersonal Strengths.

iis64

Format

An object of class instrument of length 5.

Source

https://doi.org/10.1037/a0017269

Examples

instrument("iis64") summary(iis64)
#> IIS-64: Inventory of Interpersonal Strengths #> 64 items, 8 scales, 1 normative data sets #> Hatcher & Rogers (2009) #> <https://doi.org/10.1037/a0017269> #> #> The IIS-64 contains 8 circumplex scales. #> PA: Lead (90 degrees) #> BC: Direct (135 degrees) #> DE: Balance (180 degrees) #> FG: Restrain (225 degrees) #> HI: Cooperate (270 degrees) #> JK: Consider (315 degrees) #> LM: Connect (360 degrees) #> NO: Engage (45 degrees) #> #> The IIS-64 is rated using the following 6-point scale. #> 1. Very little like me #> 2. Somewhat like me #> 3. Moderately like me #> 4. Quite a bit like me #> 5. Very like me #> 6. Almost always like me #> #> The IIS-64 contains 64 items (partial text): #> 1. ...can really shine... #> 2. ...learning from people... #> 3. ...honest even when... #> 4. ...hurt my feelings... #> 5. ...friends with everyone... #> 6. ...enjoy being with... #> 7. ...it's not agreeable... #> 8. ...a constructive solution... #> 9. ...pretty even-tempered... #> 10. ...make a decision... #> 11. ...don't give up... #> 12. ...open about myself... #> 13. ...feel good when... #> 14. ...able to compromise #> 15. ...neglecting my own... #> 16. ...in front of... #> 17. ...celebrating others' achievements... #> 18. ...can say 'no'... #> 19. ...warm with other... #> 20. ...argue effectively with... #> 21. ...listen and think... #> 22. ...enjoy lively competition... #> 23. ...time with people... #> 24. ...connect with others... #> 25. ...regain contact with... #> 26. ...emotional support is... #> 27. ...they're in trouble... #> 28. ...my own interests... #> 29. ...be very persuasive... #> 30. ...be with others... #> 31. ...strong but fair... #> 32. ...show my gratitude... #> 33. ...makes me happy... #> 34. ...hesitate to express... #> 35. ...feelings of gratitude... #> 36. ...agreements with other... #> 37. ...ask other people... #> 38. ...mingling at parties... #> 39. ...needs feel pressing... #> 40. ...can take charge... #> 41. ...as an assistant... #> 42. ...delighted to help... #> 43. ...enriched by helping... #> 44. ...meeting new people... #> 45. ...others need privacy... #> 46. ...too much from... #> 47. ...a good listener... #> 48. ...rely on myself... #> 49. ...cooperative... #> 50. ...not being included... #> 51. ...interested in others... #> 52. ...enjoy complimenting others... #> 53. ...angry without pushing... #> 54. ...resist others' tempting #> 55. ...disagreeing with others... #> 56. ...time to themselves... #> 57. ...approach other people... #> 58. ...be assertive with... #> 59. ...can bounce back... #> 60. ...are comfortable giving... #> 61. ...about their lives... #> 62. ...to loosen up... #> 63. ...make people laugh... #> 64. ...people at ease... #> #> The IIS-64 currently has 1 normative data set(s): #> 1. 684 American college students #> Hatcher & Rogers (2009) #> <https://doi.org/10.1037/a0017269>