Document Type : Original Article
M. A. in psychology, Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran
Assistant professor, Department of psychology, Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran
Assistant professor, Department of psychology, Kharazmi University, Tehran, Iran
Aim: This study was conducted to examine validity, reliablity and standardization comparative index inferiority feeling Strano and Dixon (1990). Method: Research method was descriptive and statistical population was consisted of all secondary school students in the city of Karaj was 74963 students, 37508 girls & 37455 boys. A sample of 641 secondary school students in this case, first by region and then by members of the school were randomly selected sample. Of which 328 girls and 313 boys and two s self-report scale and family report scale inferiority comparative index inferiority feeling (CIIF) was conducted on them. 3 traits of both scale due to poor power factor load detection and removal and validity of the remaining 27 were calculated. Results: Results showed that the internal consistency of self-report scale and family report scale, respectively, 0.799 and 0.751 (P=0.001) and through test-retest 45 days, respectively, 0.845 and 0.707 (P=0.003) desirable is. Confirmatory factor analysis was also properly confirmed. The correlation between feelings of inferiority comparison with the 58-point scale of Coppersmith self-esteem, 1967 was applied to estimate the validity of self-report scale and family report scale showed meaningful correlations respectively, and the correlation between feelings of inferiority comparison with Rogers’ the 50-point scale, 1973 and self-rating and family reporting scales showed 0.326 (P=0.002) and 0.221 (P=0.0001) respectively. Conclusion: Recommended that report scale inferiority comparative index inferiority feeling validated biomarkers as a measure for the detection of inferiority feeling among secondary students applied.