Information about the Interpersonal Sensitivities Circumplex.

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An object of class instrument of length 5.

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https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-6494.2011.00696.x

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#> ISC: Interpersonal Sensitivities Circumplex #> 64 items, 8 scales, 1 normative data sets #> Hopwood et al. (2011) #> <https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-6494.2011.00696.x> #> #> The ISC contains 8 circumplex scales. #> PA: Sensitive to Control (90 degrees) #> BC: Sensitive to Antagonism (135 degrees) #> DE: Sensitive to Remoteness (180 degrees) #> FG: Sensitive to Timidity (225 degrees) #> HI: Sensitive to Passivity (270 degrees) #> JK: Sensitive to Dependence (315 degrees) #> LM: Sensitive to Affection (360 degrees) #> NO: Sensitive to Attention-Seeking (45 degrees) #> #> The ISC is rated using the following 8-point scale. #> 1. Not at all, never bothers me #> 2. Very little, rarely bothers me #> 3. A little, occasionally bothers me #> 4. Slightly, bothers me less than half the time #> 5. Somewhat, bothers me more than half of the time #> 6. Quite, bothers me frequently #> 7. Very much, bothers me most of the time #> 8. Extremely, always bothers me #> #> The ISC contains 64 items (open-access): #> 1. Thinks they are my boss #> 2. Disregards my feelings #> 3. Doesn't show any feelings #> 4. Won't engage in conversation #> 5. Cannot assert themselves #> 6. Avoids conflict at all costs #> 7. Wants to spend lots of time with me #> 8. Doesn't respect my privacy #> 9. Orders me around #> 10. Doesn't respond to me #> 11. Doesn't want to be friends #> 12. Is aloof #> 13. Doesn't have a backbone #> 14. Always needs support #> 15. Tries to get close to me really fast #> 16. Talks themselves up #> 17. Talks down to me #> 18. Is hostile #> 19. Walls themselves off from me #> 20. Acts like a wallflower #> 21. Is weak #> 22. Always seems to need my help #> 23. Tells me they love me #> 24. Shows off #> 25. Will do anything to get what they want #> 26. Is deceitful #> 27. Won't share their feelings with me #> 28. Won't step up to the plate #> 29. Allows themselves to be dominated by others #> 30. Acts helpless #> 31. Expresses concern about me #> 32. Talks about themselves #> 33. Has to call the shots #> 34. Mistrusts me #> 35. Is unresponsive #> 36. Doesn't share their ideas #> 37. Is always submissive #> 38. Laughs at all my jokes #> 39. Acts like we're friends when we don't even know each other #> 40. Has to be right #> 41. Intimidates me #> 42. Doesn't care about my feelings #> 43. Avoids me #> 44. Won't participate #> 45. Cannot make decisions #> 46. Is dependent on me #> 47. Humors me #> 48. Interrupts #> 49. Is bossy #> 50. Expects the worst out of me #> 51. Never gets in touch with me #> 52. Is really shy #> 53. Is very passive #> 54. Believes everything I say #> 55. Believes I can do no wrong #> 56. Tries to show me how to do things #> 57. Always puts themselves first #> 58. Is mean-spirited #> 59. Pulls away from me #> 60. Refuses to lead #> 61. Is easily controlled #> 62. Is soft #> 63. Is clingy #> 64. Takes control #> #> The ISC currently has 1 normative data set(s): #> 1. 649 American college students #> Hopwood et al. (2011) #> <https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-6494.2011.00696.x>