1994 年 42 巻 1 号 p. 86-94
The aim of this study was to investigate the relation between self-acceptance and interpersonal attitude. Self-acceptance was measured with Self Acceptance Scale (SASSV, Itatsu, 1989, 1993), and interpersonal attitude was done with Interperso nal Attitude Inventory (IAI, Kato & Takagi, 1980) and Interpersonal Relations Inventory (IRI, Fukuyama, 1981). Subjects were 391 male university students. Close relationships were found between many subscales and indices of SASSV, and subscales on IAI and IRI. Every subscale and Basic Trait (Secondary Factor) on SASSV had a close relation with different aspect on interpersonal attitude. Subjects who accepted their own self had a friendly attitude toward others. From the results mentioned above, a hypothesis was built up willing that each trait or factor of self-acceptance had a close relation with specific aspect on interpersonal attitude. DBS (Distance Balance Score), which was one of the indices of SASSV, was related to discrepancy sc ores on IRI. This result meant that inner balance of self-acceptance contributed to disparity between self-attitude and attitude for others.