The Ego Resiliency Scale
The Ego Resiliency Scale (Lctzring. Block, English)
The Ego Resiliency Scale (ERS) was developed by Block and Kremen (1996). The ERS is a 4-point Likert type scale which is comprised of 14 items. Findings from a study by Lctzring. Block and Fundcr (in press) suggest that the ego resiliency scale scores are related to personality characteristics in a theoretically coherent manner. The potential usefulness and applicability of this scale is quite broad.
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