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2009

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Washington University sentence completion test

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Construction Of A Scoring Manual For The Sentence Stem "A Good Boss--" For The Sentence Completion Test Integral (Scti-Map), Angela Christine Miniard Jan 2009

Construction Of A Scoring Manual For The Sentence Stem "A Good Boss--" For The Sentence Completion Test Integral (Scti-Map), Angela Christine Miniard

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Ego development theory, proposed by Jane Loevinger (1966, 1976), is the study of how an individual's processing of experience and meaning-making of the world develops. The tool used to measure ego development is the Washington University Sentence Completion Test (WUSCT), and its scoring manual is the foundation for the high validity and reliability of the measurement tool. Susanne Cook-Greuter (1999b) constructed a modified version of the WUSCT, the Sentence Completion Test Integral (SCTi-MAP), and in order to continue the trend of strong psychometric properties, a scoring manual needs to be constructed for the new sentence stems found on the ...


On Construction Of A Manual For Item 27 On The Scti-Map, Cristi A. Zavarella Jan 2009

On Construction Of A Manual For Item 27 On The Scti-Map, Cristi A. Zavarella

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The integral sentence completion test (SCTi) was developed by Susanne Cook-Greuter in 1999. Her SCTi was a revision of the Washington University Sentence Completion Test devised by Jane Loevinger in 1970 and revised in 1985 and again in 1996. The test was devised to measure one's level of ego development by providing 36 stems and asking respondents to complete the sentence stems with whatever comes to their mind. Because the test is semi-projective, the scoring process requires training and familiarity with the test and with the concept of ego development. Jane Loevinger devised a scoring system complete with rules ...