TORI Self-Diagnosis Scale
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TORI Self-Diagnosis Scale


The following elements are measured within Gibb's TORI Self-Diagnosis scale. Tori Self-Diagnosis Scale Trusting-Being: A person who scores high on this set of items is saying: View of Myself: "I trust myself, have a fairly well-formed sense of my own being and uniqueness, and feel good about myself as a person." View of People: "I tend to see people as trusting, and as providing a good environment for me to live and be in." A person who scores low on this set of items is saying: View of Myself: "I feel less trusting of myself, have a less well formed sense of my own being and uniqueness, and feel less well about myself as a person. View of People: "I tend to see people as un-trusting, as impersonal and in role, and as providing a somewhat threatening and defense producing environment for me and for others." Opening-Showing: A person who scores high on this set of items is saying: View of Myself: "I feel free to show myself to others, show who I am, and express my feelings and attitudes...
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