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self-rating

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Definition of self-rating in English:

noun

[mass noun]
Evaluation of one’s own character, feelings, or behaviour, used as a tool in psychology to quantify people’s perception of themselves or assess mental health risks: [with modifier]: women and men had similar scores in sex role self-rating [as modifier]: self-rating questionnaires [count noun]: the self-ratings of the patients
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  • Licensed, bilingual speech-language pathologists or educational specialists administered the AQT naming tests, WLD word association test, and self-rating questionnaires individually.
  • The participants and 96 control subjects completed the SCOFF questionnaire, the eating disorder inventory and the BITE self-rating scale for bulimia.
  • These have ranged from formalised expert observation (by trained driving instructors or traffic safety officers) to self-rating scales and activity inventories completed by drivers.

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