Development and Validation of a Music Self-Concept Inventory for College Students
Journal of Research in Music Education
The purpose of this study was to develop a Music Self-Concept Inventory (MSCI) for college students that is easy to administer and reflects the global nature of this construct. Students (N = 237) at a private college in the midwestern United States completed the initial survey, which contained 15 items rated on a 5-point Likert scale. Three subscales determined by previous research included (a) support or recognition from others, (b) personal interest or desire, and (c) self-perception of music ability. A series of exploratory factor analyses supported this model and indicated that deleting two items loading
Hash, Phillip, "Development and Validation of a Music Self-Concept Inventory for College Students" (2017). Faculty Publications - Music. 33.
This article was published in Journal of Research in Music Education, volume 65, issue 1, 203-218, March 16, 2017, http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0022429417695750.