Piers-Harris 3 piers-harris-3

For: Provides a complete picture of self-concept using a simple yes-or-no response format

Reading Level: 6 to 22 years

Format: Self-report

Length: 10 to 15 minutes

Scoring: Hand Scored; Online via the WPS Online Evaluation System Platform


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Piers-Harris 3 Online Forms – English (10 uses)

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Piers-Harris 3 Online Forms – English (25 usages)

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Piers-Harris 3 Online Forms – English (5 uses)

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Piers-Harris 3 Online Kit

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Piers-Harris 3 Print Kit

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Piers-Harris 3 Print Manual

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Piers-Harris Online Manual

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Sample Reports

Piers-Harris 3 Sample Report

Authors

Ellen V. Piers, PhD, Shirag K. Shemmassian, PhD, and David S. Herzberg, PhD

Description

The Piers-Harris 3 quickly measures self-concept in children, adolescents, and young adults, and identifies individuals who need further testing or treatment. While retaining core features of the widely used Piers-Harris 2, this revised edition has been upgraded with a broader age range and updated item content enhanced with improved readability and clarity. Items reflecting bullying, social isolation, and body image have been added to better assess social acceptance and physical self-concept. Other new features of the Piers-Harris 3 include:

Updated norms based on a new, nationally representative standardisation sample
Expanded validity through new clinical studies with six diagnostic groups: ADHD, ASD, depressive disorder, eating disorder, specific learning disorder, trauma- or stressor-related disorder
New online administration and scoring options available on the WPS Online Evaluation System.
Scores are based on the individual’s own perceptions rather than the observations of parents or teachers, the test assesses self-concept and comprises 58 items and six domains:

  • Behavioural Adjustment
  • Freedom From Anxiety
  • Happiness and Satisfaction
  • Intellectual and School Status
  • Physical Appearance and Attributes
  • Social Acceptance

In addition, two validity scales identify biased responding and the tendency to answer randomly.

Test items are simple descriptive statements, written at a first-grade/Year 1 reading level. Individuals indicate whether each item applies to them by selecting a yes or no response.

The Piers-Harris 3 provides a Total Score that reflects overall self-concept, plus domain scores that permit more detailed interpretation. Nationally representative norms are based on a sample of nearly 1,400 students recruited from school districts and colleges throughout the United States. Because the scales remain psychometrically equivalent to those in the second edition, results from the Piers-Harris 3 can be compared, for research or clinical purposes, to those obtained using the Piers-Harris 2.

Classroom or Clinical Screening

The Piers-Harris 3 is widely used in both schools and clinics. It is often administered as routine classroom screening to identify individuals who might benefit from further evaluation. And it is commonly used in clinical settings to determine specific areas of conflict, typical coping and defense mechanisms, and appropriate intervention techniques. The Piers-Harris 3 is an ideal choice when you need a quick but comprehensive measure of self-concept in children, adolescents, and young adults.

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