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Current Thoughts Scale

Current Thoughts Scale (Heatherton & Polivy‚ 1991) – A measure of state self-esteem
This is a questionnaire designed to measure what you are thinking at this moment. There is‚ of course‚ no right answer for any statement. The best answer is what you feel is true of yourself at this moment. Be sure to answer all of the items‚ even if you are not certain of the best answer. Again‚ answer these questions as they are true for you RIGHT NOW.
Using the following scale‚ place a number in the box to the right of the statement that indicates what is true for you at this moment:
1 = not at all
2 = a little bit
3 = somewhat
4 = very much
5 = extremely

1.
I feel confident about my abilities.
P
2.*
I am worried about whether I am regarded as a success or failure.
S
3.
I feel satisfied with the way my body looks right now.
A
4.*
I feel frustrated or rattled about my performance.
P
5.*
I feel that I am ha‎ving trouble understanding things that I read.
P
6.
I feel that others respect and admire me.
A
7.*
I am dissatisfied with my weight.
A
8.*
I feel self-conscious.
S
9.
I feel as smart as others.
P
10.*
I feel displeased with myself.
S
11.
I feel good about myself.
A
12.
I am pleased with my appearance right now.
A
13.*
I am worried about what other people think of me.
S
14.
I feel confident that I understand things.
P
15.*
I feel inferior to others at this moment.
S
16.*
I feel unattractive.
A
17.*
I feel concerned about the impression I am making.
S
18.*
I feel that I have less scholastic ability right now than others.
P
19.*
I feel like I’m not doing well.
P
20.*
I am worried about looking foolish.
S

Note: The statements with an asterisk are reversed-keyed items

The letter in the last column indicates the primary factor on which that item loaded in a factor analysis. The three factors were labelled performance self-esteem (P)‚ social self-esteem (S) and appearance self-esteem (A).
References
Heatherton‚ T.F. & Polivy‚ J. (1991). Development and validation of a scale for measuring state self-esteem. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology‚ 60‚ 895-910.
Ronald Okada
Professor of Psychology
Department of Psychology
Faculty of Health
York University
Toronto‚ Ontario
Canada M3J 1P
E-mail: rokada@yorku.ca

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