Experience of Sense of Self (E-SOS)

Relationship between your self and…
1.    Mother
2.    Childhood dreams
3.    Money
4.    Other family members
5.    Internet
6.    Acquaintances
7.    Admired figure
8.    Terror
9.    Hunger
10.Your worst fear
11.Your body
13.Your sexuality
15.What you despise about your self
16.Your fantasies
18.Who you want to be
20.Self control
21.Prescribed drugs
22.Non-prescribed drugs
23.T.V. watching
24.Your cell phone
26.Yourself ten years from now
27.Your work
28.Your sibling(s)
32.Yourself five years ago
33.Your ethnic group
34.Those with power over you
35.Those over whom you have power
38.Your intelligence
42.Your significant other
45.Social norms
Old version
1.    Self and mother
2.    Self and father
3.    Self and Sibling (brothers/sisters )
4.    Self and Other family
5.    Self and Class friends
6.    Self and Acquaintances / neighbors
7.    Self and someone I look up to
8.    Self and those over whom you have power ( i.e.‚ employees‚ students‚ etc.)
9.    Self and Positive emotions (happiness)
10.Self and Anxiety
11.Self and Sadness
12.Self and Hunger
13.Self and my Image/Physical body
14.Self and Worst fear
15.Self and Childhood dreams
16.Self and Stresses
17.Self and Sexuality
18.Self and Alcohol
19.Self and what I despise about my self
20.Self and Fantasies
21.Self and Food
22.Self and who I want to be
23.Self and Hopelessness
24.Self and Optimism
25.Self and those with power over you.
26.Self and Self control
27.Self and prescribed drugs
28.Self and Non-prescribed drugs
29.Self and my Childhood photographs
30.Self and T.V watching
31.Self and my Cell phone
Experience of Positive Sensation‚ Experience of Challenges‚ Experience of Temptations‚ Experience of Higher Power‚ Experience of Family
Experience of Positive Sensation (alpha 0.81)‚ Challenges (alpha 0.77)‚ Temptations (alpha 0.73)‚ Higher Power (alpha 0.78)‚ Experience of Family (alpha 0.65)
(1) Completely independent ß-‎–‎–‎–‎–‎–‎–‎–‎–‎–à (4) No separation
Experience of Positive Sensation (11‚ 13‚ 18‚ 19‚ 20‚ 38‚ 39‚ 40‚ 42 and 43)‚ Experience of Challenges (8‚ 9‚ 10‚ 12‚ 15‚ and 29)‚ Experience of Temptations (3‚ 5‚ 14‚ 17‚ 22‚ 23 and 24) Experience of Higher Power (25‚ 30‚ 41and 44)‚ Experience of Family (1‚ 4‚ 28 and 31)

E.‚ Krauss‚ H.‚ H.‚ Midlarsky‚ E.‚ & Ward‚ A. W. (2007). Self and other scale: A technique for assaying one’s sense of self. Poster presented at the19th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science‚ Washington‚ DC.

Shvil‚ E.‚ Midlarsky‚ E.‚ & Krauss‚ H. H. (2009). Self and other scale: A technique for assaying one’s experience of self in relation to other. Poster presented at the 117th Annual Convention of the American psychological Association‚ Toronto‚ Canada.

Shvil‚ E. (2011). The Experienced Self and Other Scale:A technique for assaying the experience of one’s self in relation to the other. Columbia University‚ Doctoral thesis.

Shvil‚ E.‚ Midlarsky‚ E.‚ & Krauss‚ H. H. (2013). The Experienced Self and Other Scale: A technique for assaying the experience of one’s self in relation to the other. Journal of Methods and Measurement in the Social Sciences‚ 4(2)‚ 1-20