Need for Relatedness Scale (NRS-10)

Need for Relatedness Scale (NRS-10)
Richer & Vallerand‚ 1996
 
In my relationships with my work colleagues‚ I feel ...
1.    ... supported.
2.    ... close to them.
3.    ... understood.
4.    ... attached to them.
5.    ... listened to.
6.    ... bonded to them.
7.    ... valued.     
8.    ... close-knit.
9.    ... safe.
10.... as a friend.
 
Acceptance and Intimacy
 
1= Do not agree at all‚ 2= Very Slightly agree‚ 3= Slightly agree‚ 4= Moderately Agree‚ 5= agree‚ 6= Strongly agree‚ 7=Very Strongly Agree
Acceptance: 1‚ 3‚ 5‚ 7‚ 9
Intimacy: 2‚ 4‚ 6‚ 8‚ 10
 
This instrument can be found at: http://www.lrcs.uqam.ca/scales/esas_en.doc
 

Richer‚ S.‚ & Vallerand‚ R.J. (1995). Construction et validation de l'Échelle du sentiment d'appartenance sociale en milieu de travail. Communication présentée lors du congrès annuel de la SQRP‚ Ottawa‚ ON‚ 27-29 octobre .

Richer‚ S.F.‚ & Vallerand‚ R.J. (1998). Construction et validation de l’Échelle du sentiment d’appartenance sociale. Revue européenne de psychologie appliquée‚ 48‚ 129-137.

Richer‚ S.F.‚ & Vallerand‚ R.J. (1998) Construction and validation of the perceived relatedness scale (ESAS). European Review of Applied Psychology‚ 48‚ 129–137.

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