Self concept: A study of Marsh's Self Description Questionnaire (SDQ-2)

C. J. Lennings1, John R. Lawler2
1Queensland University of Technology, Australia
2University of Tasmania, Australia
Cite this article:  Lennings, C. J., & Lawler, J. R. (1992). Self concept: A study of Marsh's Self Description Questionnaire (SDQ-2). Social Behavior and Personality: An international journal, 20(4), 243-246.

Volume 20 Issue 4 | e697 | Published: November 1992 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2224/sbp.1992.20.4.243

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Self concept is treated as a multidimensional construct by Marsh in his development of the SDQ-2. In general the SDQ-2 appears to be a reliable instrument with good predictive validity both for its subscales and total self concept score.


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