WELCOME TO THE RESEARCH SITE OF
NEILL WATSON, PhD 
NPWATS@WM.EDU  CV
COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AND MARY


You can view the following self-discrepancy questionnaires. For Participant Code, enter any number. Responses are not saved; scores are not computed.
If you want to use the questionnaires for research, email Neill Watson at npwats@wm.edu.


Self-Concept
            Questionnaire - Personal Constructs

Self-Concept Questionnaire - Personal Constructs 

An idiographic measure of real self, ideal self, and ought self components of self-concept, from which self-discrepancies are computed.

Self
            Concept Questionnaire - Conventional Constructs

Self Concept Questionnaire - Conventional Constructs 

A nonidiographic measure of real self, ideal self, and ought self components of self-concept, from which self-discrepancies are computed.

Real-Ideal
            Discrepancy Abstract Measure

Real-Ideal Discrepancy Abstract Measure

A very brief, content-free measure of the discrepancy between real self and ideal self.

Real-Ought
            Discrepancy Abstract Measure

Real-Ought Discrepancy Abstract Measure

A very brief, content-free measure of the discrepancy between real self and ought self.

Importance
            of Ideal Self

Importance of Ideal Self

Importance
            of Ought Self

Importance of Ought Self

Reference
            Person(s) for Ought Self

Reference Person(s) for Ought Self 


If you want to use the questionnaires for research, email Neill Watson at npwats@wm.edu.
When you have received authorization with a username and password, you will have access to the questionnaires.

The Watson Research Wiki, which describes the questionnaires and provides instructions for their administration, is available without authorization.

Questionnaires

Questionnaires

Watson Research Wiki

Watson Research Wiki: instructions for administration of the questionnaires


Articles

Self-Discrepancy: Comparisons of the Psychometric Properties of Three Instruments

Change in Self-Discrepancy, Anxiety, and Depression in Individual Therapy

Self-Discrepancy: Long Term Test-Retest Reliability and Test-Criterion Predictive Validity


  Copyright 2004
Neill Watson, Ph.D.
College of William & Mary
npwats@wm.edu