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    Question Spheres of Control Scale ~ 30 (1 to 5 Scale) Questions.

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    Spheres of Control Scale

    A popular idea in social psychology has been that of "locus of control", an individuals beliefs about what amount of control they have over their life. It has been extensively studied in relation to mental health and academic achievement, generally with the assumption that more perceived control is better. The most common instrument used in this research has been Rotter's Locus-Of-Control Scale, but some have argued that the picture is more complex than the single score Rotter's provides. The Spheres of Control Scale is a measure of perceived control developed by Delroy Paulhus in 1983 (updated to version 3 in 1990) that measures multiple domains of perceived control: personal, interpersonal, and socio-political control.
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    Scoring from 10 to 70

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    Interpersonal 22

    Socio-Political 44
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    internal locus is linked with higher levels of need for achievement. Due to their locating control outside themselves, externals tend to feel they have less control over their fate. People with an external locus of control tend to be more stressed and prone to clinical depression.
    Darn it why did fate give me such an external locus of control.

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    It boggles my mind that anyone could feel they had more control over interpersonal (or anything outside themselves) than control over themselves. How could that even be possible? To have more control over the direction of the car then the wheel itself?
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    Oh that's easy, you just act fake and lie. Then when they go away you resume rolling in your own filth and crying.

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    I'm just so very weary though.

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