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J Youth Adolesc. 1988 Dec;17(6):515-20. doi: 10.1007/BF01537828.

Transcultural comparisons of self-image in German and United States adolescents.

Abstract

Based on the Offer Selfimage Questionnaire (OSIQ), the selfimage of German and United States adolescents was compared. The German study was based on OSIQ protocols from 365 adolescents in West Berlin while the American sample comprised adolescents drawn from seven cities in the United States. With respect to three scales, United States adolescents report better adjustment than do the German adolescents. These scales were Mastery of the External World, Vocational and Educational Goals, and Superior Adjustment. In general, these two Western societies share more similarities than differences in the selfimages of their adolescents.

PMID:
24277685
DOI:
10.1007/BF01537828

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