Self-Objectification Scale

____ Physical Coordination
____ Health
____ Weight
____ Muscular strength
____ Sex Appeal
____ Physical Attractiveness
____ Physical Energy Level
____ Firm or Sculpted Muscles
____ Physical Fitness Level
____ Coloring (i.e. Skin tone‚ eye‚ hair color)
____ Measurements (i.e. chest‚ waist‚ hips)
____ Stamina.
 
This instrument can be found on page 33 of Development and Psychometric Evaluation of the Interpersonal Sexual Objectification Scale. Available online at: https://kb.osu.edu/dspace/bitstream/handle/1811/414/1/angeladenchik.pdf
 
Rank the impact each of these body attributes has on your physical self-concept‚ that is‚ your evaluation of your own body. Rank these attributes from 1 to 12 beginning with the attribute that has the greatest impact on your physical self-concept (ranked 1) to the attribute that has the least impact on your physical self-concept (ranked 12).
 
Self-Objectification Questionnaire
1 . . . .what rank do you assign to physical coordination? _____
2. . . .what rank do you assign to health? _____
3. . . .what rank do you assign to weight? _____
4. . . .what rank do you assign to strength? _____
5. . . .what rank do you assign to sex appeal? _____
6. . . .what rank do you assign to physical attractiveness? _____
7. . . .what rank do you assign to energy level (e.g.‚ stamina)? _____
8. . . .what rank do you assign to firm/sculpted muscles? _____
9. . . .what rank do you assign to physical fitness level? _____
10. . . .what rank do you assign to measurements (e.g.‚ chest‚ waist‚ hips)? _____
 
Objectification of Other Women
1 . . . .what rank do you assign to physical coordination? _____
2. . . .what rank do you assign to health? _____
3. . . .what rank do you assign to weight? _____
4. . . .what rank do you assign to strength? _____
5. . . .what rank do you assign to sex appeal? _____
6. . . .what rank do you assign to physical attractiveness? _____
7. . . .what rank do you assign to energy level (e.g.‚ stamina)? _____
8. . . .what rank do you assign to firm/sculpted muscles? _____
9. . . .what rank do you assign to physical fitness level? _____
10. . . .what rank do you assign to measurements (e.g.‚ chest‚ waist‚ hips)? _____
 
9 = greatest impact
8 = next greatest impact
1 = next to least impact
0 = least impact
appearance-based items (3‚ 5‚ 6‚ 8 and 10) and competence-based items (1‚ 2‚ 4‚ 7 and 9)
Subtracting the sum of competence ranks from the sum of appearance ranks.
 
This instrument can be found on page 33 of Development and Psychometric Evaluation of the Interpersonal Sexual Objectification Scale. Available online at: https://kb.osu.edu/dspace/bitstream/handle/1811/414/1/angeladenchik.pdf
This instrument can be found on page 120 of Women Who Self-Objectify and Objectify Other Women: The Role of Self-Compassion. Available online at: https://wagner.radford.edu/107/3/Hoover-ThompsonDissertation.pdf
 
Rank the impact each of these body attributes has on your physical self-concept‚ that is‚ your evaluation of your own body. Rank these attributes from 1 to 12 beginning with the attribute that has the greatest impact on your physical self-concept (ranked 1) to the attribute that has the least impact on your physical self-concept (ranked 12).
 

Noll‚ S. M.‚ & Fredrickson‚ B. L. (1998). A mediational model linking self-objectification‚ body shame‚ and disordered eating. Psychology of Women Quarterly‚ 22‚ 623-636.

Denchik. Angela L‚. 2005. Development and Psychometric Evaluation of the Interpersonal Sexual Objectification Scale. Ohio State University.

Hoover-Thompson. Alysia. Ann.‚ 2013. Women Who Self-Objectify and Objectify Other Women: The Role of Self-Compassion. Radford University. Department of Psychology.