Selection, optimization, and compensation: The structure, reliability, and validity of force-choice versus Likert-type measures in a sample of late adolescents

Johnson, Sara K.
Geldhof, G. J.
Gestsdottir, S.
Stefannson, K. K.
Bowers, E. P.,
Lerner, Richard M.
2015

Intentional self-regulation (ISR) undergoes significant development across the life span. However, our understanding of ISR’s developmentand function remains incomplete, in part because the field’s conceptualization and measurement of ISR vary greatly. A key samplecase involves how Baltes and colleagues’ Selection, Optimization, and Compensation (SOC) model of ISR, which was developedwith adult po... read more

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Subjects
Adolescent psychology.
Youth development.
Developmental psychology.
Likert scale.
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http://hdl.handle.net/10427/009782
Original publication
Geldhof, G. J., Gestsdottir, S., Stefannson, K. K., Johnson, S. K., Bowers, E. P., & Lerner, R. M. (2015). Selection, optimization, and compensation: The structure, reliability, and validity of force-choice versus Likert-type measures in a sample of late adolescents. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 39(2), 171 – 185.
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