Personal Feelings Questionnaire-2 (PFQ-2)

Personal Feelings Questionnaire-2 (PFQ-2)
Harder & Lewis‚ 1987
 
1. Embarrassment
2. Mild guilt
3. Feeling ridiculous
4. Worry about hurting or injuring someone
5. Sadness
6. Self-consciousness
7. Feeling humiliated
8. Intense guilt
9. Euphoria
10. Feeling "stupid"
11. Regret
12. Feeling "childish"
13. Mild happiness
14. Feeling helpless‚ paralyzed
15. Depression
16. Feelings of blushing
17. Feeling you deserve criticism for what you did.
18. Feeling laughable
19. Rage
20. Enjoyment
21. Feeling disgusting to others
22. Remorse
 
This instrument can be found on page 123 of “Forgiveness and the Bottle: Promoting Self forgiveness with Alcohol Misuse.”. Available online at: http://scholarscompass.vcu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=3108&context=etd
 
4 = I experience the feeling very strongly‚ 3 = I experience the feeling strongly‚ 2 = I experience the feeling moderately‚ 1 = I experience the feeling a little bit‚ 0 = I do not experience the feeling
Shame items: 1‚ 3‚ 6‚ 7‚ 10‚ 12‚ 14‚ 16‚ 18‚ and 21
Guilt items: 2‚ 4‚ 8‚ 11‚ 17‚ and 22
 

Harder‚ D. W.‚ & Lewis‚ S. J. (1987). The assessment of shame and guilt. In C. D. Spielberger‚ & J. N. Butcher (Eds.)‚ Advances in personality assessment (pp. 89-114). Hillsdale:Erlbaum.

Harder‚ D. W. (1990). Additional construct validity evidence for the Harder Personal Feelings Questionnaire measure of shame and guilt proneness. Psychology Reports‚ 67‚ 288–290.

Harder‚ D. W.‚ Rockart‚ L.‚ & Cutler‚ L. (1993). Additional validity evidence for the Harder Personal Feelings Questionnaire-2 (PFQ2): a measure of shame and guilt proneness. Journal of Clinical Psychology‚ 59‚ 584–604.

Scherer‚ Michael‚ "Forgiveness and the Bottle: Promoting Self-forgiveness with Alcohol Misuse" (2010). Virginia Commonwealth University. Theses and Dissertations.Paper 2109.