Self-Construal Scale, SCS
Online version of Self-Construal Scale (SCS), developed to measure the strength of an individual's interdependent and independent self-construals. These two images of self are conceptualized as reflecting the emphasis on connectedness and relations often found in non-Western cultures (interdependent) and the separateness and uniqueness of the individual (independent) stressed in the West.
- T. M. Singelis. The measurement of independent and interdependent self-construals // Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin‚ 1994. 20