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Self-assessment of your level of self-esteem

This test comes from a psychometric tool widely used to assess an individual's level of self-esteem. Developed by sociologist Morris ROSENBERG in 1965, this scale ( Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale) has become a valuable instrument in the field of psychology for understanding a person's perception of themselves.

The scale consists of 10 simple statements on which you are asked to express your level of agreement or disagreement. These statements address fundamental aspects of self-esteem, such as feelings of self-worth, self-confidence, and feelings of competence. Your responses provide insight into your overall perception of your own value and self-acceptance.

In summary, the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale is a versatile and valuable tool for assessing and understanding individuals' self-esteem, providing essential insights for promoting mental health and emotional well-being.

This test in no way serves as a diagnosis, it simply provides a basis for reflection and information on this subject. If lack of self-esteem has a negative impact on you, get help from a professional.

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