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Self Assessment

Post  Guest on Sun Mar 22, 2009 6:30 pm

S E L F - A S S E S S M E N T
Sternberg’s Triangular Love Scale
In responding to the statements, think of one person you love or care about deeply.
Then rate your agreement with each of the items by using the nine-point scale. Use
intermediate points on the scale to indicate intermediate levels of feelings.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Do not Moderately Extremely
agree at all agree agree

1. I actively support my partner’s well-being.
2. I have a warm relationship with my partner.
3. Just seeing my partner excites me.
4. I know that I care about my partner.
5. I find myself thinking about my partner frequently throughout the day.
6. I am able to count on my partner in times of need.
7. I am committed to maintaining my relationship with my partner.
8. I have confidence in the stability of my relationship with my partner.
9. My relationship with my partner is very romantic.
10. My partner is able to count on me in times of need.
11. I find my partner to be personally attractive.
12. Because of my commitment to my partner I would not let other people
come between us.
13. I expect my love for my partner to last the rest of my life.
14. I idealize my partner.
15. I am willing to share myself and my possessions with my partner.
16. I cannot imagine another person making me as happy as my partner
does.
17. I would rather be with my partner than with anyone else.
18. I could not let anything get in the way of my commitment to my
partner.
19. I receive considerable emotional support from my partner.
20. I will always feel a strong responsibility for my partner.
21. I give considerable emotional support to my partner.
22. There is nothing more important to me than my relationship with my
partner.
23. I especially like physical contact with my partner.
24. I communicate well with my partner.
25. I value my partner greatly in my life.
26. I feel close to my partner.
27. I view my commitment to my partner as a solid one.
28. I cannot imagine ending my relationship with my partner.
29. There is something almost magical about my relationship with my
partner.
30. I have a comfortable relationship with my partner.
31. I adore my partner.
32. I am certain of my love for my partner.
33. I view my relationship with my partner as permanent.
34. I cannot imagine life without my partner.
35. I view my relationship with my partner as a good decision.
36. I feel that I really understand my partner.
37. My relationship with my partner is passionate.
38. I feel that my partner really understands me.
39. I feel a sense of responsibility toward my partner.
40. I feel that I can really trust my partner.
41. When I see romantic movies or read romantic books,I think about my
partner.
42. I share deep personal information about myself with my partner.
43. I plan to continue in my relationship with my partner.
44. Even when my partner is hard to deal with, I remain committed to our
relationship.
45. I fantasize about my partner.

To score yourself, first add up the numbers on the passion subscale (statements 3, 5, 9,
11, 14, 16, 17, 22, 23, 29, 31, 34, 37, 41, 45). Then add up the numbers on the intimacy
subscale (1, 2, 6, 10, 15, 19, 21, 24, 25, 26, 30, 36, 38, 40, 42). Add up the numbers
on the commitment subscale (4, 7, 8, 12, 13, 18, 20, 27, 28, 32, 33, 35, 39, 43, 44).
Divide each of the three totals by 15 to obtain an average rating for each of the three
components:

Passion:_________  Intimacy:_________  Commitment:__________ 

An average rating of 5 on a subscale indicates a moderate level of the component
represented by the subscale; for example, an average rating of 5 on the intimacy
subscale indicates a moderate amount of intimacy in the relationship you chose to
measure. A higher average rating would indicate more intimacy, and a lower average
rating would indicate less intimacy. Examining your ratings for each of the three
subscales will give you an idea of how you perceive your love relationship in terms of
these important dimensions.

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Re: Self Assessment

Post  CupidStunt on Mon Mar 23, 2009 7:56 am

This is too much shit to read! Sleep

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Re: Self Assessment

Post  Guest on Mon Mar 23, 2009 9:45 pm

Welcome to my world when I try to do fackign homework.

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