Social Self-Efficacy Scale

1.How well can you express your opinions when your classmates disagree with you?
2. 2.How well can you become friends with other youth?
3. How well can you have a chat with an unfamiliar person?
4. How well can you work in harmony with your classmates?
5. How well can you tell other youth that they are doing something that you don’t like?
6. How well can you tell a funny event to a group of youth?
7. How well do you succeed in staying friends with other youth?
8. How well do you succeed in preventing quarrels with other youth?
 
  • social interactions
 
This instrument can be found on page 53-54 of Assessing Outcomes in Child and Youth Programs: A Practical Handbook‚ available online at: http://fyi.uwex.edu/topic/youth/
 
Point values are assigned as follows:
1= Not Very Well to 5= Very Well
. There are no items that need to be reversed scored. Responses are summed to produce the total score.
 

Muris‚ P. (2001) A brief questionnaire for measuring self-efficacy in youth (s). Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment‚ (23)‚ 145-149..