Jarosław Piotrowski , Magdalena Żemojtel-Piotrowska
AbstractThis article presents Entitlement Questionnaire (EQ), intended to measure entitlement attitudes, understood as proneness to raising claims and to concentrating on defending own rights. Questionnaire consists of three scales: fighting for one’s own rights scale, measuring proneness to fighting for own rights, scale of believing in obligations, measuring conviction that world is a net of mutual obligations between individuals and institutions, and scale of vindictiveness, measuring difficulties with forgiving wrongs. Studies (N=767) indicated, that this method is characterized by high congruence and satisfactory stability. Strict entitlement correlated positively with self-esteem, life’s satisfaction, individualism, narcissism and internal locus of control. Belief in obligations correlated positively with collectivism and external locus of control, and negatively with self-esteem and life’s satisfaction. Vindictiveness correlated positively with narcissism, and did not correlated neither with self-esteem nor with life’s satisfaction.
|Journal series||Roczniki Psychologiczne, ISSN 1507-7888, (B 12 pkt)|
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|Citation count*||19 (2019-06-30)|
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