Designing a questionnaire of socio-emotional competence of a personality (QSECP)


  • Vikhman Alexander Alexandrovich
  • Galyuk Natalya Andreevna
  • Gorbunova Irina Viktorovna
  • Katkov Valery Leonidovich
  • Charny Boris Markovich



socio-emotional competence, IRT analysis, psychometric analysis, validity, reliability


This article is devoted to the problem of diagnosing social and emotional competence. The study reflects the results of the development and psychometric analysis of psychodiagnostic tools that allow experimental testing of social and emotional competence and its structural characteristics. Item Response Theory (IRT) methodology of the developed preliminary version of the questionnaire,
provides an opportunity to evaluate it in terms of test items used to design the content of the test, psychometric analysis made it possible to determine the validity and reliability of the questionnaire, as well as to establish the main list of questions reflecting the content of the structural characteristics of social emotional competence. The results presented in the article can be used in further psychological, pedagogical and sociological studies of topical problems of the formation of the socio-emotional competence of the individual. This questionnaire is necessary for further study of the structure of socio-emotional competence, the mechanisms of its formation, to improve the efficiency of people in various fields of activity. Of particular interest is the further study of the formation of the structure of socio-emotional competence, depending on the content of various activities and individual psychological characteristics of a personality.